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THE ECHO

Demilich

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal


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2.95 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. egasseM neddiH A - ortnI (0:25)
2. The Echo (Replacement) (4:34)
3. Erecshyrinol (3:01)
4. The Sixteenth Six-Tooth Son of Fourteen Four-Regional Dimensions (Still Unnamed) (3:37)
5. The Cry (3:34)

Total Time 15:11

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Line-up / Musicians

- Antti Boman / Guitars, Bass, Vocals, Music, Lyrics
- Aki Hytönen / Guitars, Bass
- Mikko Virnes / Drums

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The Echo Demo
1992 Cassette

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$16.85 (used)
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2.95
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Review by siLLy puPPy
COLLABORATOR PSIKE & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
3 stars THE ECHO is the fourth and final demo EP by Finnish tech death metal band DEMILICH before the release of their one and only full album release "Nespithe." No more evolutionary processes needed. DEMILICH basically reached their tech death prowess on the "...Somewhere Inside The Bowels Of Endlessness..." demo EP and only continue it on THE ECHO. Like on "Bowels..." these tracks are the other half of "Nespithe" minus "When The Sun Drank The Weight Of The Water." In other words, that track plus the two EPs that precede "Nespithe" equal "Nespithe" but due to the fact that all four demos were released on cassette in extremely limited quantities it ensures that the market will never be flooded therefore "Nespithe" remains the most practical way to obtain all of these tracks in a much better rendition. There is nothing noticeably different between this demo and "...Somewhere..." It is simply a continuation of the very few tech death metal tracks that DEMILICH created in its way too short career. OK guys, this demo stuff is getting old, release a real album already! As with the previous demos you can find this on the digitally remastered compilation "20th Adversary Of Emptiness" which includes every single thing the band ever recorded. This cassette contained no artwork and was released only as a naked cassette. Now that's death metal!!! 3.5 rounded down

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