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ALBUM NEWS: Wills Dissolve unveils cover art for upcoming release “Echoes”

Posted by Nick Skog on Thursday, July 2, 2020, In : Wills Dissolve 
Following on the comet tail of their debut album "The Heavens Are Not On Fire...", Wills Dissolve direct their gaze upon the cosmos once again in “Echoes”, their sophomore album presented as a single track, 32-minute exploration of the loneliness and sacrifice of astro-technological advancement. Though once again rooted in progressive metal, “Echoes” incorporates a wide range of styles to tell the tale of an astronaut on a dangerous and vital deep space expedition. Allow yourself to b...

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UPCOMING RELEASE: Wills Dissolve - “Echoes” to be released Friday August 28, 2020

Posted by Nick Skog on Friday, June 19, 2020, In : Wills Dissolve 
Wills Dissolve is a four-piece progressive blackened death metal band irrevocably tied to Houston and its history and legacy of astronomical science and exploration. Formed in 2015 by guitarist/vocalists Nick Block and Andrew Caruana, the lineup was quickly expanded to include Bassist Shaun Weller and Drummer Branson Heinz. 



Since its inception, Wills Dissolve have always aimed to create albums centered around a cohesive narrative drawing from progressive predecessors Pink Floyd, Rush, and Yes...

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BAND SIGNING / ALBUM RELEASE: Wills Dissolve - The Heavens Are Not On Fire...

Posted by Nick Skog on Monday, July 29, 2019, In : Wills Dissolve 
Houston is known for being the center of outer space and geological exploration, as well as being located in a region central to the 19th century war for Texas independence.  Drawing inspiration from this galactic curiosity, as well as the unbridled wildness of rural 19th century Texas, Wills Dissolve aims to expose a burgeoning extreme progressive metal scene to a national and international audience.

In October 2018, Wills Dissolve released "The Heavens Are Not on Fire...", their nearly flawl...

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