In 2008, Timecry released their debut EP, aptly named Timecry, with which they introduced their inventive style of modern metal. Even though Timecry was never released in a physical form, its internet release attracted a large group of devoted fans, spread across the globe.
2009 saw the release of a second EP, Dreams. Wishes. Reality. in which a new musical direction with a fair bit of clean vocals and an all together toned down brutality was presented. However, in 2010 Timecry realized they had strayed too far from their original intentions and decided to return to a style of music more closely resembling the style introduced on their self-titled EP.
2011: Due to personal events, we regret to inform that Timecry has taken a break indefinitely. For now, we’ve decided to go our separate ways, and only time will tell if we meet up again. We thank you for those wonderful years we had and that you have given us. And only time will tell if we meet up again. In the current situation we won’t answer questions about what happened and/or why. All our music will remain at various media, to buy or listen to. Thank you. We love you.
The Roy - Vocals
David - Guitar
Simon - Guitar
Jakob - Bass
Daniel - Drums
Edited by M3talH3adhunt3r on 28 Sep 2011, 19:08
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