Elijah Cirricione is the main man, guitarist, and vocalist for the band Dismalimerence. The band started off as a side project for Elijah in 2011 and throughout the last 11 years it slowly evolved from a studio project into a full band and his main gig. Their sound is best described as atmospheric black metal band with a lot of progressive leaning.
In this episode Erik and Elijah dig into the band’s back story and how it has evolved from beginnings to the release of their first full-length “Tome 1” in 2020 to the four-way split “Recurrence” they released with fellow black metallers
from around globe: Nurez, Olim, & The Wolf Garden.
My Only Love
Phenomenal death metal with many blends of progressive and extreme influences. I was able to hear their newest album early and it’s push for creativity will speak for itself.
Meth.- Not only do more people need to listen to this band but more people should make an effort to experience this music live. I’ve always enjoyed their sound on recordings, but live is a whole new experience that will leave you speechless. Sheer aggression and barbaric rhythms will keep you locked in their whole set.
Frail body is one of the most original bands around the Chicago area and have been for years. I can’t stress enough how people need to see them live. Their energy is infectious.
This band is a must listen for anyone into progressive and articulate music. You will find a lot of value in their compositions and vocal expressions. They’ve been brining very intricate and creative things to progressive metal for years and years. I can’t wait for the newest record.
This is one of the tightest live bands around the area and you will get lost in watching the entire bands chemistry together. It’s fascinating and their music will grab you immediately.
I’ve always been a huge fan of this band. Each release ages like fine wine and they blend all of the fierce power of black metal with the pure atmospheric and melodic influences. Wonderful band and wonderful people.
I highly recommend any avid metal or death metal listener to listen to this band as soon as possible. I don’t think anyone can dislike anything this band does.