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Means End

MEANS END was formed in late 2011 when bassist Rasmus Hemse and drummer Christian Schreil (ex-Uneven Structure) were looking to build a progressive metal band. With acclaimed vocalist Robert Luciani (ex-Vildhjarta) and fusion guitarist Leonard Östlund, the band envisioned a sound inspired by artists like Eric Whitacre, Yellowjackets, Devin Townsend, and Meshuggah. In a few short months MEANS END released an EP with three songs to showcase the style they would be standing for and began composi ...read more

MEANS END was formed in late 2011 when bassist Rasmus Hemse and drummer Christian Schreil (ex-Uneven Structure) were looking to build a progressive metal band. With acclaimed vocalist Robert Luciani (ex-Vildhjarta) and fusion guitarist Leonard Östlund, the band envisioned a sound inspired by artists like Eric Whitacre, Yellowjackets, Devin Townsend, and Meshuggah. In a few short months MEANS END released an EP with three songs to showcase the style they would be standing for and began composing a full length album. For the remainder of 2012, the band built endorsement partnerships with Toontrack, Fractal Audio, Lundgren pickups, and Microsoft and focused on music composition. After a year of hard work, MEANS END released their genre-defying debut album The Didact as a self-managed group. Now they set their aim forward once again and, together with Rogue Records America, seek to push the boundaries on what it truly means to be progressive. « hide

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LPs
The Didact
05/01/2013

3.9
25 Votes
EPs
Lim (f)
2011

3.4
11 Votes

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