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With musical threads running all over the metal world, the Absence blend chugging death metal with European influences on their third album, Enemy Unbound. Like their past albums, driving death and thrash metal make up the engine that powers the album, giving the band a sound that thunders forward while leaving plenty of room for more melodic flourishes to add depth to the sound, adding a more epic, Scandinavian feeling to the album. The Absence prove themselves to be equally adept at both the heavy and melodic aspects of the songs, delivering enough big riffs and sweeping guitar acrobatics to keep fans headbanging from start to finish.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Tampa, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Proving that South Florida is still home to thrash metal at its most aggressive, the Absence are a Tampa-based band whose furious guitar work, monstrous vocals, and pummeling rhythms have won them the approval of discerning fans of extreme hard rock. The Absence were formed in 2001 by vocalist Jamie Stewart and guitarist Patrick Pintavalle; both were veterans of the Tampa metal community but believed that the scene was growing stale and needed fresh blood. Both Stewart and Pintavalle were fans of...
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