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ANURYZM

Progressive Metal • United Arab Emirates


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ANURYZM started out in 2003 from Lebanon as a group of college friends. At the early stages, they consisted of John BAKHOS (Guitars), Bernard 'Berni' MOUSSALI (Guitars), Roger MOUSSALI (Drums), Sami KHAWAM (Bass) and Yanad ZWEIN (Vocals), and by the end of 2004 they had played in local festivals and had begun writing their first demo. With John moving to Istanbul and the loss of Berni through illness in November 2005, the motivation to continue was lost and ANURYZM essentially disbanded for two years, although John had continued working on new material.

John's relocation to Toronto, Canada in 2007 came with the decision to revive ANURYZM. The band was re-formed following numerous auditions, practicing and building a studio to record the debut album. With the following line-up, John BAKHOS (Guitars), Colin KRANE (Guitars), Jad CHEIKH (Synth), Andrew BETTIO (Drums), Stu MCNEIL (Bass), Will PATTERSON (Vocals), Nick DZIEDZIC (Vocals), ANURYZM had, until late 2009, played several shows and had started recording their debut album. John's decision to move back to Abu Dhabi (his birthplace), in U.A.E., seemed to put a halt to these plans, but on his way back, he stopped by Lebanon to re-record the album with ORDUM drummer Riad HAJJAR at his home studio; however, this did not happen due to unforeseen circumstances. When all seemed to hit a dead-end, John met up with Martin Lopez (SOEN, ex-OPETH) and agreed to work on ANURYZM's debut album.

Phase 3 of the band finds John searching for new band members again in spring 2010 and Martin preparing to record the drums for the album in Sweden. John met with Nadeem BIBBY (vocals), an old high-school band mate, and they both sought out for the remaining vacant positions, which were filled with Imad DAHLEH (Drums), Milton KYVERNITIS (Guitars), and Rami LAKKIS (Bass), as the band prepared to record the missing parts of the album. Summer 2011 has seen the release of the debut 'Worm's Eye View' and the band preparing for upcoming shows.

The sound of ANURYZM can be described as a mix of traditional progressive metal with melodic metal-core, having a much more commercial edge when the latter prevails.

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