This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
|The otherworldly triumvirate known as Rings of Saturn made their presence known in the late Fall of 2009, posting a track entitled 'Abducted' online for the world to take notice. The goal was to indoctrinate the metal masses using the world's most massive social networks to their advantage, and the project has been a huge success. From the launch of the first track to the unleashing of the virus known as 'Embryonic Anomaly' in the following months, it didn't take long for the Aliencore infection to spread, creating a loyal following of 'minions' who's devotion to the band was immediate and remains steadfast.
'Embryonic Anomaly', which was Produced, engineered, mixed and mastered by Bob Swanson at Mayhemenness Studios in Sacramento, CA and features artwork by Tony Koehl (The Black Dahlia Murder, Dismal Lapse), was initially made available directly from the band to ensure that their 'minions' continued to be fully engaged. However, demand for the product increased and eventually required a larger pipeline for distribution, thus a deal was made to have 'Embryonic Anomaly' available exclusively at select locations of the well established company known as Hot Topic. Demand continues to grow as the band continues to gain support.
And now the final phase is near completion. Unique Leader Records, home to a dominant force of the Underground Death Metal Elite, has agreed to unleash 'Embryonic Anomaly' on an unsuspecting planet on March 1st, 2011. The date has been set and you have been warned...
Adding to their list of accomplishments, Rings Of Saturn have managed to impress members of Tennessee's extreme metal titans, Whitechapel (Metal Blade) as well as Northern California shredders, Conducting From The Grave (Sumerian), gaining praise and positive support from both bands.
The album is now complete, but their work is far from over. On top of continuing to heavily promote 'Embryonic Anomaly', Rings of Saturn have also been rehearsing feverishly in order to prepare themselves for the road, and will be making their live debut this Summer.