The Old Dead Tree
|This article relies on references to primary sources. (January 2008)|
|The Old Dead Tree|
|Genres||Progressive death metal
|Labels||Season of Mist|
|Past members||Frédéric Guillemot
Their musical style is a mixture of death metal elements, such as double bass drumming and heavy guitar riffing, and more mellow, progressive, gothic metal and doom metal elements. Singer Manuel Munoz varies between harsh growls and a melodic tenor voice.
Their second album The Perpetual Motion was released in 2005.
Their latest record to date is The Water Fields which was released in September 2007. It received critical acclaim.
A new album was tentatively scheduled to be recorded in Fall 2009, but creative differences caused the band to break up before it could be finished.
In 2013, in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of “The Nameless Disease”, Manuel, Nicolas, Gilles and Raphael reunited to perform the album in its entirety on a series of live shows, including at Hellfest. Prior to the tour, a special edition of “The Nameless Disease” was released digitally.
- Manuel Munoz - vocals, guitars (1997–2009)
- Gilles Moinet - guitars, backing vocals (2006–2009)
- Vincent Danhier - bass (1999–2009)
- Raphaël Antheaume - drums (2008–2009)
- Frédéric Guillemot - drums (1997–1999)
- Franck Métayer - drums (1999–2004)
- Nicolas Chevrollier - guitars (1997–2006)
- Foued Moukid - drums (2004–2007)
- 1999: The Blossom (demo)
- 2003: The Nameless Disease (Season of Mist)
- 2005: The Perpetual Motion (Season of Mist)
- 2007: The Water Fields (Season of Mist)
- "Official website". theolddeadtree.com. 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-24.
- "Official website". theolddeadtree.com. 2009. Retrieved 2009-08-27.
- "The Old Dead Tree - The Nameless Disease (staff review)". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 2012-05-11.
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