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FLOOD THE DESERT originated on October 2009 near Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. In late 2011 their original drummer, Mike SMITH departed and the band eventually recruited new drummer Jeremy HYDE. The band continues to gain fans through their numerous live shows, and on September 22, 2012, they released their first recording, being ''Stolen Prophets''. Their style of sludge-inspired progressive metal offers a wide range of skillfully employed musical ideas, with influences ranging from acts such as MASTODON and BARONESS to RUSH, with frequent free jamming and soft passages that augment the heavier sections. The band members are Zach FLORA on bass and vocals, Duncan LAMMAS on guitars, keyboards and vocals, and Jeremy HYDE on drums and percussion.

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