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|Origin||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.|
|Genres||Stoner rock, doom metal, progressive rock|
|Labels||MeteorCity, Armageddon, Stickman Records|
|Past members||Chas Mitchell|
Elder is a four-piece progressive heavy rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, consisting of frontman Nick DiSalvo, bassist Jack Donovan, guitarist/keyboardist Michael Risberg and drummer Georg Edert. They have released five full-length albums since 2006 and multiple demos and EPs.
Elder was formed in Fairhaven, Massachusetts in the mid-2000's by Nick DiSalvo (guitars, vocals), Chas Mitchell (bass), and Matt Couto (drums). After releasing a split album with the psychedelic rock band Queen Elephantine in 2006, Elder released their eponymous debut LP in 2009 and Dead Roots Stirring in 2011, both on MeteorCity Records. The band signed with Stickman Records and released their third LP, Lore, in 2015.
- Elder (2008)
- Dead Roots Stirring (2011)
- Lore (2015)
- Reflections of a Floating World (2017)
- Omens (2020)
- Spires Burn / Release (2012)
- The Gold & Silver Sessions (2019)
- Live at Roadburn (2013)
- Elder / Queen Elephantine (2006)
- Nick DiSalvo – vocals, guitar (2006–present)
- Jack Donovan – bass (2008–present)
- Mike Risberg – guitar, keyboards (2017–present)
- Georg Edert – drums (2019–present)
- Matt Couto – drums (2006–2019)
- Chas Mitchell – bass (2006-2007)
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- ""Elder" Interview by Keith Clements". Metal Heads Forever. February 7, 2017. Retrieved May 1, 2020.
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