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Formed: 1999
From: Toms River, NJ, United States
Last Known Status: Disbanded

Background

"We’re nothing more than five guys looking to further the one thing we do with our lives [music]." - Divinity Destroyed

By blending genres together, that aren't usually together, they have been able to create a sound that is very unique. some genres in this blend that can be heard are: black metal, celtic, progressive metal, death metal, asian, and native american.

Divinity Destroyed Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Divinity Destroyed.

Interview

Interview With Divinity Destroyed

On August 7th 2006, I saw the New Jersey progressive death metal band Divinity Destroyed at The Continental, a bar in New York City. Recently losing their keyboardist, Divinity Destroyed are still going out and playing shows. Nonetheless, I went with my friend Steven to see Divinity Destroyed put on a short and sweet set of about 20 minutes. There was a crowd of about 30 people, most of which have never heard them before, but were certainly enjoying the music. Regardless of small technical difficulties they had with their guitars early on, they put on a killer show with a lot of energy and headbanging and all out insanity. After their performance, I conducted the interview outside a bookstore around the corner of the venue.

The band is an eccentric bunch of individuals that I enjoy hanging out with after their performances. I constructed questions for this interview that would bring out this part of their natural personality that isn’t heard in their music, but can be seen on their website and Myspace page. The questions I asked also spurred a lot of spontaneous conversations, which made the interview fun. Unfortunately some of the silly irrelevant side conversation was hard to hear from the audio recording and some of the funny statements made were hard to hear because there were multiple people talking at once. Despite the complication with transcribing, the interview was very amusing. More...

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