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Bromley, United Kingdom (2010 – present)

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Formed In: October p2010
Hometown Location: Bromley/ South east London
Genre: Djent / Progressive Metal / Math Metal

Final Band Member Lineup
Justin Prentice - Vocals (Screams)
Nathan McCartthy - Guitar/ Vocals
Tom Adams (MOT AM SAD) - Guitar
Katie Tullett - Bass
Harrison White - Drums

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Tradjectory are a Progressive metal band from the south east of London

Pulling inspiration from both modern tech bands, death metal bands, and even early progressive rock bands this enables them to have “the perfect mix of melody, technicality and brutality”
Formed October 2010, Tradjectory have quickly started making a name for themselves.
Within 8 months of Tradjectory’s formation, Tradjectory had already shared stages with Visions and Red Seas Fire, this only spurred Tradjectory on to play bigger stages, climb up the bills of local shows, and look to play festivals. With the drive and passion and the belief of not shying away from any challenge Tradjectory have been able to do what they have planned to do in the first 2 years of formation. Opening the first UK Tech Metal fest and getting a fantastic response, being able to share the stage with many of the bands that inspired them only drove them to push harder for what they want.

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  • iPowder

    Man o man! Siq vocals in this new album bandcamp Well worth the time & definitely worth the $11!..or 7 pounds\m/

    15 Oct 2012 Reply