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Tarim

BAND BIO: Tarim is a melodic death/black metal band that combines somber melodies with intense drums and engaging lyrics to convey philosophical themes. The band formed late in 2011 with members James Wicks, Matt Garrison, and Julio Escamilla, and were joined by bassist, Geoff Colvin in March, 2013. Tarim’s artistic vision incorporates extreme music and thought-provoking lyrics to give metal listeners a more personal experience, touching on issues like insecurity, alienation (both voluntary and involuntary), and emotional suffering. Tarim’s music is fast, heavy and intense, as well a ...read more

BAND BIO: Tarim is a melodic death/black metal band that combines somber melodies with intense drums and engaging lyrics to convey philosophical themes. The band formed late in 2011 with members James Wicks, Matt Garrison, and Julio Escamilla, and were joined by bassist, Geoff Colvin in March, 2013. Tarim’s artistic vision incorporates extreme music and thought-provoking lyrics to give metal listeners a more personal experience, touching on issues like insecurity, alienation (both voluntary and involuntary), and emotional suffering. Tarim’s music is fast, heavy and intense, as well as beautiful, organic, and accessible to all fans of metal. Songs are written in such a way as to inspire and empower others dealing with personal anxieties. Tarim is influenced by a number of bands and artists, writers, and philosophers; namely, Type-O Negative, Albert Camus, Hypocrisy, Plato, Socrates, Strapping Young Lad, Dimmu Borgir, Dave Sim & Gerhard—anyone who has read the comic, Cerebus will recognize the band’s name—Children of Bodom, Friedrich Nietzsche, Samael, Nile, René Descartes, Arthur Schopenhauer, Immortal, and many, many others. « hide

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