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Former My Own Victim Singer Starts Surviving Thalia

Former MY OWN VICTIM frontman Dave "Sailor" Bryant has joined forces with former members of Louisville, KY-based metallers NEMESIS in a new project called SURVIVING THALIA. SURVIVING THALIA was formed in the summer of 2004 and was unleashed last month at the WLRS Fest. The members of SURVIVING THALIA are inspired by a wide variety of influences and sounds, the result being a blend of old-school hardcore, progressive sounds, South American rhythm, jazz, and old-school metal. The group, whose origins are said to be rooted deep in progressive mathematical metal reminiscent of FEAR FACTORY with a SLIPKNOT/MESHUGGAH twist, are growing into new musical territory with every song and every show. Check out SurvivingThalia.com for further details and samples.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. chuck writes:

this band f***ing rocks! little fear factory and pantera in their music. recording is less than desirable. vocals were really dry. I like the chug and go heaviness as well as the gravel throated approach by their singer...Sailor is it? He is a bad ass! web sight is pretty good as well. loved Sailor, the singers column. very ballsy! I listen to My Own Victim form time to time when they had their old singer and a little more than usual when they got the new guy sailor. I definatly want the Surviving Thalia record when it comes out! this could be big.

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2. randall writes:

All I can say is....WOW! agree on the recording. but holy sh**!

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