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Band: Depressive Age


"Depressive Age" began life as an excellent thrash band with some doom tendencies. On the sophomore release, the doom elements became more apparent and some progressive songwriting creeped into the mix. The next 2 releases saw the doom and thrash elements dye off gradually as the writing became more progressive and interesting. "Electric Scum" is a disc you have to hear, as it successfully combines many different musical influences while remaining very metallic. Definitely a recommended band; one that has been keeping my ears busy a lot lately.

They changed their name to D-Age, but never released anything under that monicker. Then they broke up for a few years, but have recently reformed and recorded new material. I'm not sure on the new lineup, but I know the same singer is involved.

Added on 4/8/2002 5:00 AM by jimbobhickville | Last updated on 11/13/2005 6:38 PM by jimbobhickville

Current (or Last Known) Lineup

Musician Instruments Currently Also In Used To Be In Guest Appearances
Norbert Drescher Drums
Jochen Klemp Guitar
Jan Lubitski Vocals
Tim Schallenberg Bass

Past Lineup (Members Who Never Appeared on an Album)

Discography (5 Releases)

1999 - From Depressive Age To D-Age (Comp.) by Depressive Age

1996 - Electric Scum by Depressive Age

1995 - Symbols For The Blue Times by Depressive Age

1994 - Lying In Wait by Depressive Age

1992 - First Depression by Depressive Age

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