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Dies Irae ( Mex) - Ab Imo Pectore
Dies Irae was formed by guitarist/vocalist Jm Dah in 1994 in the middle region of Mexico. In the beginning the band was working on a kind of sad doom metal that was reflected on their first work called “Ab Imo Pectore”, released by Reborn Recs in 1996. After that, the band was signed by Oz Productions. Their first album, called "Etherial", was produced in 1998 and brought a stronger sound mixed with some Death Metal and Jazz Fusion.
the same year the band recorded a live show that was used for the home video .
A split CD was released in 1999 with Agony Lords who was also a part of the Oz Productions roster. The split contained the Agony Lords EP Unions along with a re-release of the “Ab Imo Pectore” demo.
In 2001 the band recorded their last album “Naïve”, thus ending the first era of their existence. The album was released in 2002, offering a fresh technical death doom metal sound. After the band had split JM Dah founded a band called The Ill Over Death with guitarist Fernz.
Killer split-CD featuring 2 of the best Death /Dark Metal bands from South of the border! AGONY LORDS present semi-technical Death metal with a strong Swedish influence, & DIES IRAE unleash dynamic Gothic-flavored Blackened darkness! Excellent recording with obvious evidence of great musicianship & equally adept songwriting skills!
Agony Lords vs. Dies Irae (both Mex) - Ab Imo Pectore - Unions [1998 split]
(Interview Dies Irae by Kenneth Morton) 2012
We are working on the show now.. Will be difficult for us because it is the first time we’ll play without drums and bass .. these two instruments and ambient sounds are programmed on the album and we want the same for the live shows. But well, away from these technical details, I think the audience will hear a much more mature band, I think the show will be very emotional and intense, and we want to have much more personal contact with the fans.