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Hecate Enthroned Bio

Hecate Enthroned
Band members
Nigel - Guitars Andy - Guitars Rob - Drums Dyland - Bass Pete - Keys Dagon - Vocals

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Quiet the past few years, England's respected evil beings Hecate Enthroned return to their alter of metal unholiness for their latest album, Redimus. Recorded at The Bluerooms in Manchester, the album was mixed and produced by Phil Green and without doubt features some of the band's strongest material to date.
Formed in 1993, Hecate Enthroned would record several demos before signing to England's Blackend Records in 1995. Their popular mcd, Upon Promeathean Shores, would be recorded at famed Academy Studios (My Dying Bride, early Paradise Lost) and released in 1996. Working with Andy Sneap (Machine Head, Arch Enemy), the band recorded their full-length debut, The Slaughter of Innocence. Combined US sales for the albums, with release via Metal Blade, exceeding 10,000 units.

The band would endure constant line-up changes, with the band's original vocalist John Richard departing (for Cradle of Filth) and later rejoining, but all the while continuing to deliver quality recordings and increasing their worldwide fanbase. Dark Requiems and Kings of Chaos would complete the decade as the band in 2001 saw their first millenium work in the form of their second mcd, Miasma.

Redimus blends the band's impressive heaviness with break-neck speed all the while presenting unique atmospheres and moods. The album features classive Hecate Enthroned moments that fans will rejoice in hearing.

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