|No Way Out
|Munich • Germany
|Modern Thrash, Metalcore, Melodic Death Metal
|Trivium, Bullet For My Valentine, Ghosts Of Atlantis
|Nov. 11, 2023
The four top-fit guys from the heart of Bavaria will make new and long-established listeners of the genre sit up and take notice! Beyond their home in Munich, the band is also known for their rousing stage energy, which brings rousing, explosive live performances with it! So watch out - this one is as wild as it is confident!
Shortly afterwards, Toby Koerbs (drums) and Younas Khan (bass) joined them, completing the four-piece line-up - the quartet also gained their first live experience in this constellation. After two years, filled with local gigs and songwriting, the debut album "Between Rage ... And Madness" was finally released in 2007, which was also well received beyond Munich.
Obligatory line-up changes were subsequently mastered well in order to enable the joint vision to be realized in the best possible way. Drummer Max Teschner replaced his predecessor after several session drummers and further live shows.
With Max on drums, the musical direction of DELIRIUM'S DAWN shifted from classic Heavy Metal to northern European-influenced Melodic Death Metal. As they played more and more live shows, the guys began to work hard on the follow-up to their first album.
"The Rebirth Of Osiris" was released in 2009, also gained respect in the Metal scene of Munich and further enhanced the band's status. After presenting their second album on stage in the following years, the band took a break between 2011 and 2012. Max decided to pursue other goals, but that didn't stop the remaining members from pushing their music forward - new material was created by an even more consolidated band.
In 2013, Manu Fischer took the vacant place behind the kit. His technically focused drumming style pushed DELIRIUM'S DAWN's songwriting in an equally progressive and modern direction. As a result, the third longplayer "Built Upon The Ruins Of An Empire" in 2015 was an epic milestone in the band's history and led to great recognition, especially at further gigs.
In 2020, the unbreakable four-piece made another hungry attempt to discover new musical horizons in their sound. Once again fully prepared to take the stage to celebrate their latest record - "Horizons", the fourth album, thus became a bold overall composition of different genres, such as Melodic Death, Thrash and Heavy Metal. Once again, however, the album does not fall short in terms of modern, progressive elements and thus settles in the area of modern Metalcore.
Like many, DELIRIUM'S DAWN struggled badly with the Covid period, but none of those involved thought of giving up. In 2023, the band remained active and made a remarkable return to the international scene with a series of exquisite single releases!