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Param-Nesia - Pestilence of Man

 

To Discovered: "Aspect of Creation" This EP is released on June 18, 2021

Param-Nesia - Pestilence of Man

Bio:
Param-Nesia comes from the mind of Andy Cahalin who has been writing and recording solo for years while searching for the right members to begin this project. The ultimate goal is to write solid, fun songs, record and release albums, and tour/gig as much as possible. While fans will have to wait for a live performance, they can look forward to a lot of energy, rocking out, big smiles, and tight playing.
The five tracks on the EP cross subgenre boundaries making this brutal assault applicable for most metalheads, especially fans of The Black Dahlia Murder, Allegaeon and At the Gates.
 
Links:
Param-Nesia - Aspect Of Creation
 
Track Listing:
1. Pestilence of Man (4:44)
2. Forsaken (4:44)
3. Lethocerus (5:29)
4. Home (5:47)
5. Journey to Nothing (7:09)
EP Length: 27:54
 
EP Band Line Up:
Andy Cahalin – Lead Guitar/Bass
Matthew Burnham – Rhythm Guitar/Bass
Cayle Charlton – Vocals
Derek Hill – Drums
Live Band Line Up:
Andy Cahalin – Lead Guitar
Matthew Burnham – Rhythm Guitar
Cayle Charlton – Vocals
Colton Hession – Bass
Derek Hill – Drums
 
About:
Param-Nesia is a five-piece metal band hailing from Vancouver BC. Their visceral sound combines melodic death, thrash, and hints of prog to create music that takes you on a journey from beginning to end. Originally founded in 2016 by guitarist Andy Cahalin, and drummer Derek Hill, followed shortly by vocalist Cayle Charlton, the lineup is now complete with the addition of Matt Burnham on guitar and Colton Hession on bass. Param-Nesia released their debut EP “The Beginning” in Feb 2019, and are set to unleash their follow-up EP “Aspect of Creation” on June 25th, 2021. They are committed to their craft, striving to create music that is heavy, emotionally charged and engaging. With a hard work ethic, Param-Nesia is actively seeking shows/tours (post covid) and building an online presence to add to their repertoire.

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