Jordanian dark oriental metallers BILOCATE have just released their third album, ‘Summoning The Bygones’, yesterday, June 11th, 2012 via Code666 Records (Aural Music). ‘Summoning The Bygones’ was mixed and mastered at Fascination Street Studio in Sweden with producer Jens Bogren, and features Dan Swanö as guest vocalist on tracks ‘Hypia’ and on the monumental 20-minute worth ‘A Desire To Leave’. The albums artwork was created by Matthew Vickerstaff. Listen to the full album here (BandCamp) or via embed available below and buy ‘Summoning The Bygones’ here (Aural webstore) or here (BandCamp):
BILOCATE: Summoning The Bygones
BILOCATE was founded in 2003 by brothers vocalist Ramzi and keyboardist Waseem Essayed, along with their friend bassist Hani Al-Abadi and lead guitarist Baha Farah. Second guitarist Rami Haikal joined the group in 2004, which then proceeded to record their debut album 2005's ‘Dysphoria’. With Waseem bravely handling both keyboards and drums, ‘Dysphoria’ featured the “longest song ever created by an Arab metal band”, ‘A Desire To Leave’. In 2006, BILOCATE finally located the perfect drummer, whom they found in Ahmad Kloub. The band continued on to work on their second record, 2008's ‘Sudden Death Syndrome’, which was acknowledged warmly by local and international press.
BILOCATE features: Ramzi Essayed – vocals, Rami Haikal – guitar, Baha Farah - lead guitar, Waseem Essayed – keyboards, Hani Al Abadi – bass and Ahmad Kloub – drums