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The Mercury Arc “Evil Echo”

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The Mercury Arc “Evil Echo”

Heavy, all-out and riddled with multi-layered melodies – the distinctive metalcore mix of THE MERCURY ARC

THE MERCURY ARC also takes the cover of the May Issue of Hollywood Music Magazine, and stands for impulsive tension, reactive melodies and aggressive audio-impact.Mercury is known for it’s toxicity and for it’s liquid state of aggregation which is unique among metal. So is the dynamic music of the band, named after the physical mercury phenomenon, which shifts the listener into a toxic flush. The band’s name has been chosen consciously to express how the band’s sound unifies metallic heaviness, liquid liveliness and melodic ease.

Since 2006 it’s the stated aim of the band to establish a musical massif of various styles of Metal and Hardcore. These six blooded musicians: Dennis Diehl, Benny Richter, Thomas Helten, Dominic Paraskevopoulos, Andy Posdziech and Andy Latzko from the Ruhr-Area, Germany have now recorded their debut album “Paint The Sun Black” which was released in Germany on 6th of November 2009 through Hellfest Records. The debut record embodies the fast-paced development of THE MERCURY ARC. With the new record in stores and their new band name (formerly Butterfly Coma) along with their new guitar player these musicians will push the envelope in 2010.

The sound of THE MERCURY ARC stands out with it’s cutting aggressive guitar riffs, paired with catchy melodies which are borne by several voice vocals and spherical keyboards. The driving drum rhythms and grooving bass lines along with the brute shouting of the singer form the backbone of the songs. The blend gets flavored with cutting-edge scratches and samples.

After the album release the band embarked on the “Anchorless Tour”, and toured Europe for 3 weeks to present the new Material to their fans.

2 Responses to “The Mercury Arc “Evil Echo””

  1. Stevehmi Says:

    Awesome band and awesome new Music Video people, lets here what you think.

  2. Stevehmi Says:

    Mercury Arc also made the cover of the May Issue of Hollywood Music Magazine, click on the Magazine Image above to read the article and interview with this UK based awesome band.

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