Talk:The Amenta

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The Haley brothers[edit]

Dave Haley IS the drummer for The Amenta. Dave's bio on the Psycroptic website says he plays for The Amenta, in some interviews he has spoken about The Amenta, the bands have toured together in support of Nile and Behemoth and underneath The Amenta costumes and make-up, Diazanon certainly looks like Dave... Dave Haley is definitely Diazanon, it is not "rumoured" that he is. Further, I'm not certain of Joe's status in The Amenta, but I am pretty certain he is not Ethion, because he didn't play on "Occasus", but joined the band after as a touring guitarist. I think he will play on the forthcoming album though... Demonofthefall 04:18, 9 November 2006 (UTC)

Joe Haley is not Ethion. Ethion is the writing guitarist who recorded on Occasus. Joe Haley has been a live session second guitarist.

intro[edit]

the intro to this page reads like a blurb written by the band's label. certainly not suitable for an encyclopedia, and seriously hurting for factual information.<spetz>

full-length follow up[edit]

The break about the full-length follow up seems to be advertising. If noone else does in the next few days i am going to delete/edit it.

Mictlan lineup is wrong[edit]

Mictlan EP lineup is wrong - Should be Mark Bevan (Cessium 137)- vocals, Erik Miehs (Ethion)- guitar, Ben Symons - guitar, Nathan Jenkins (Endrin) - bass guitar, Scott Howard - drums, and Tim Pope (Chlordane) - keyboards.

If you look on the Mictlan cd it's (l-r) Ben, Mark, Tim, Scott, Erik.

Kersplunk (talk) 07:05, 6 April 2009 (UTC) Kersplunk

Does it really matter what the line-up order is when it has all the correct members that performed on the EP? The musicians listed are referenced anyway. FireCrystal (talk) 08:18, 6 April 2009 (UTC)


The order doesn't matter, but some members are listed incorrectly. Diazanon didn't play drums, Scott Howard did. And Ben Symons isn't credited either. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 60.240.101.117 (talk) 06:56, 8 April 2009 (UTC)