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Terra Diablo


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Formed in 2000 in Glasgow, Scotland, Terra Diablo released their self-titled debut on London based indie, Zuma, in 2004. Although the album received much critical acclaim and won the band a loyal following, it did not enjoy much mainstream success.
Signed in 2006, on the strength of some new demos on Myspace, to the New Orleans label Nocturnal Records, the band have just released the follow up to that debut.

Entitled Deluge Songs and produced by Jeremy Parker (Evanescence, Mudvayne, Otep) this new effort features the same swirling melodies and hook-laden riffage that fans of the band have come to expect but with a more focused approach to song-writing and greater musical depth than before.

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  • hollyy___x

    I just got recommended these guys, anyone wanna throw me a track? You can have whatever from my library. :)

    3 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Seano_67

    I got into these guys through their Swervedriver connection. :) They are about as far from Swervedriver as you can possibly get (although I don't think any band can compare to the Swervies really, they were SO freaking unique, so creative and so utterly brilliant that they reside on an altogether different level than any other band I've heard).....but all that being said, I like this band a lot. They've got some crazy good guitar work going on. Favorite tracks: Dehumanize, The Smoke, Distraction, Can You Hear Them? (wow, beautiful) , and Weighs On Me is also very beautiful. They deserve to have more listeners in my opinion. Hopefully they'll stick with it, keep kicking ass on their guitars, and become a little bit more widely known.

    1 Apr 2009 Reply
  • kairi990

    The radio station at my university was giving out their cd... Nice stuff!

    8 Oct 2008 Reply
  • ahluke

    pretty sweet

    3 Aug 2008 Reply
  • xstuartx

    Hmmm, I think I'd have to pick Give It All over as the jam, although could be Satellites, it's great too.

    27 May 2007 Reply
  • xstuartx

    Mon The Terra!

    7 May 2006 Reply

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