Deconversion

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This article is about the Mexican metal band. For the process or act of discarding one's religious faith, see Apostasy.
Deconversion
Origin Mexicali, Mexico
Genres Technical death metal
Years active 2011–present
Labels Amputated Vein Records
Members Seth Gutierrez
Hyram Nieto
Christian A. Rosas

Deconversion is a brutal/technical death metal band from Mexicali, Mexico, founded in 2011.

Biography[edit]

Until this date, they have released a debut album, called "Incertitude of Existence" by the Japanese label Amputated Vein Records, on December 2 of 2014. The lyrics of the band talk about thoughts of transpersonal psychology. The band is rapidly gaining recognition internationally and representing Mexico in the subgenre, thanks to the distribution of the record label.[1] Many go by the impression that Deconversion is from California, USA, or compare the band to those of that region.[2] They were quite influenced by old bands of Death Metal, and by modern Technical death metal bands, such as Necrophagist, Suffocation, Spawn of Possession, Decapitated and many more.

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Seth Gutierrez - Rhythm Guitar (2011–Present)
  • Hyram Nieto - Lead Guitar (2012–Present)
  • Christian A. Rosas - Drums (2014–Present)

Live Members[edit]

  • Ivan Munguia - Bass
  • Ricardo Gonzalez - Vocals

Former members[edit]

  • Alexandro Sanchez - Drums (2011–2013)

Discography[edit]

Full-Lengths

  • Incertitude of Existence (2014)

References[edit]

External links[edit]