Origin: Finland
Genres: Thrash Metal
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Divine Decay  


Maximize The Misery, the second album from the Finnish group Divine Decay, harkens back to the glory days of Bay Area thrash in the late eighties, with Testament a clear influence, especially Alec's vocal similarity to Chuck Billy. It's pretty well done, though a bit samey in places (Alec has a strong voice, but it doesn't have great range, which tends to make songs sound similar). Not many bands are playing this style these days, and with a bit more experience, they could develop into something special, though for the time being they appear to be inactive.

Current Members

Alec Hirst-Gee

vocals/guitars

Paul

guitars

Timo Nyberg

guitars (Gandalf)

Toni Grönros

bass

Juhuna Rantala

drums


Discography



Songs Of The Damned 
2001 Osmose
  1. Alone
  2. Divine Decay
  3. Song Of The Damned
  4. Hollow
  5. Dead Calm
  6. Bloodline
  7. F$# (Wake Up)
  8. Kill The Dead
  9. Through My Eye
  10. Genocide
  • Alec Hirst-Gee
  • Paul
  • Toni Grönros
  • Juhuna Rantala

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Lords Of Metal 



Maximize The Misery 
2003 Osmose
  1. Icons Fall
  2. Weave A Web Of Vanity
  3. Without A Soul
  4. Scars
  5. Killing Innocence
  6. Silence Of Decades
  7. Maximize The Misery
  8. Dead In Me
  9. The Discomfort Of Artificial Euphoria
  10. Filth
  11. Black Hearted Angel (Remorse)
  • Alec Hirst-Gee
  • Paul
  • Timo Nyberg
  • Toni Grönros
  • Juhuna Rantala

Reviews:   Metal Observer 

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