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Inverse Records release “What Will Be Left” by Disclarity

Disclarity is a modern Finnish metal band that was formed 2012. The band releases their debut album in summer 2016. Self-published album is named “What Will Be Left”. Band’s music is metalcore and it’s been influenced for example by Bring Me The Horizon and Architects. After releasing the new album, the band will play their first big summer festival gig and also heading their first gigs abroad.

The album is released digitally June 17th by Inverse Records.

Discography:
What Will Be Left (Album) – 2016

Lost Integrity (EP) – 2012

 

Line-Up:

Henri Volanen – Vocals

Nino Volanen – Guitars

Kalle Niskanen – Bass

Jori Routo – Drums

Links:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Disclarity
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Disclarity
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/disclarity/

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