Through the Eyes of the Dead
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|Through the Eyes of the Dead|
|Also known as||TTEOTD|
|Origin||Florence, South Carolina, United States|
|Genres||Deathcore, melodic death metal|
|Labels||eOne Music, Good Fight Music, Prosthetic Records|
|Associated acts||Arsis, My Bitter End, The Black Dahlia Murder, Deadwater Drowning, Graves of Valor, Fit for an Autopsy, Tell Her I Said Goodbye, Ejrony, Roman Ring, Wasted Fortune, Anyone But You|
|Past members||Anthony Gunnells
The band was formed by Justin Longshore in 2003 after the break-up of a previous group, Tellherisaidgoodbye Their first full-length album was released in 2005 through Prosthetic Records. Shortly before, every member except for Longshore and Gunnels left, with Gunnels also being let go a few months later due to personal reasons. They then added new members which would be known as the 'malice' lineup however, they would also part ways with the band before the 3rd studio album would be released, leaving behind only Jake Ososkie (bass) and Justin Longshore (guitar)remaining. After taking some offtime they regrouped yet again and released their 3rd album 'Skepsis'. The band believes their current lineup is the strongest and that Skepsis represents a mix of everything the band has done and more. The band's influences include Morbid Angel, Blood Has Been Shed, Suffocation, Cannibal Corpse (as suggested by the band's name, possibly taken from the Cannibal Corpse song "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead"), Meshuggah, Behemoth, and At the Gates.
Shortly before the US release of Malice, the band shot a music video with acclaimed director David Brodsky at the abandoned mental facility in Kings Park, Long Island, NY. The video went on to be one of the most played videos on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball in 2007 and was chosen as the #7 Video of the Year 2007. It was in the Top 10 Music Choice VOD for nearly 6 months as of April 2008.
TTEOTD has been touring extensively supporting the release of Skepsis w/ many national acts including Suffocation, The Faceless, Decrepit Birth, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Otep, Bury Your Dead, Chelsea Grin, The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, Impending Doom, Whitechapel, Born of Osiris, Periphery, and Greeley Estates to name a few. The band performed on half of 2010's 'thrash n burn' tour as well. TTEOTD are currently back home writing for their next studio album which a label and release date have yet to be determined. On April 30, 2012 the band announced through their Facebook that Pre-Production has begun on a new album.
The band has posted some samples of their upcoming EP on Instagram. In March 2017, the band announced that they will be recording a new full-length album to be released through Good Fight Entertainment. A pre-production version of a new song, Phantoms (now titled "Of Mortals, We Once Were on the album Disomus), can be heard on the band's SoundCloud page and on YouTube.
In August 2017, the band announced that their new album, Disomus, will be released on October 13th, 2017.
- Justin Longshore – guitar (2003–present)
- Jake Ososkie – bass (2005–present)
- Danny Rodriguez – vocals (2008–present)
- Michael Ranne – drums (2008–present)
- Steven Funderburk – guitar (2016–present)
- Jeff Springs – bass (2003–2005)
- Dayton Cantley – drums (2003–2005)
- Anthony Gunnells – vocals (2003–2007)
- Richard Turbeville – guitar (2003–2004, 2007–2008)
- Chris Anderson – guitar (2004–2007)
- Josh Kulick – drums (2005–2008)
- Nate Johnson – vocals (2007)
- Chris Henckel – guitar (2008–2016)
- Jerry Stovall – drums (2005)
- Lou Tanuis – vocals (2007)
- Hector De Santiago – drums (2007)
- Steven Funderburk – guitar (2014)
- The Scars of Ages (EP, Lovelost Records, 2004)
- Annihilation of Expectation (split with The Knife Trade, Lovelost Records, 2005)
- Bloodlust (Prosthetic Records, 2005)
- Malice (Prosthetic Records, 2007)
- Skepsis (Prosthetic Records, 2010)
- Disomus (eOne Music, 2017)
- "Two Inches From A Main Artery" (2006)
- "Failure In The Flesh" (2007)
- Through The Eyes Of The Dead on Last.fm
- Through The Eyes Of The Dead on Metalkingdom
- Through The Eyes Of The Dead on TOTALDEATHCORE
- "Through The Eyes Of The Dead Set Release For New Album "Disomus", Debut "Hate The Living"". theprp.com. August 18, 2017. Retrieved August 18, 2017.