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Dementia’s sound is geared towards a more progressive style, yet at the same time keeping the music true to their original style 'Old Skool', and not 'sell out', so to speak. The band's more progressive sound is reminiscent of bands such as 'Dream Theatre', 'Sikth', 'Racer X', and 'Killswitch Engage' which is the sound you hear today on their new album 'The Path to Valhalla.' The album really shows the maturity in their music writing skills.


Having gigged all over the UK, playing at venues of all shapes and sizes (being anything from small backstreet boozers to large capacity professional venues), meeting all sorts of weird and wonderful people, and gathering dedicated fans along the way, the band feel that they have taken things as far as they can for an unsigned band.


They currently spend a lot of time in their own studio put together by Joe(lead singer/ guitarist),constantly working on new material and designs. What 'Dementia' are now looking for...is to get signed by a quality record label and take things to the next step. There have been times in their career when they had thought of sending demos, but the guys wanted to wait until they'd reached a certain level of maturity in terms of writing, performance and also individual skill and experience. And now at 22-24 years of age they are there and ready to let the world know the sound that is 'Dementia'.

Genres: Metal

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