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Hailing from New Jersey, Infinitus Mortus breaks away from mainstream music, and delves into the darker, Classically composed Symphonic Metal made popular by European bands such as Epica, Nightwish and Dimmu Borgir. Infinitus Mortus started off as a studio project by Stephen "Stoki" Megna (Drums, Guitars, Keys) in 2008. Frustrated by being told how and what to play in multiple local bands, he decided to break off and focus his passion on writing the music that had been welling up inside of him. He found a local Operatic vocalist to work with, and "2012" was released in 2010.
Building off of the success of the first album, Steve decided to move in a new direction in 2011 with another concept album about the superficiality of love, and the anguish and heartache it brings. Joining him on this new adventure as vocalists are Vincent James "VJ" Meehan, and his sister, Caitlin. Working with lyrical ideas provided by Rebeca Pasquel, VJ molded the lyrics, and developed them into catchy melodies that compliment the music composed by Steve. "The Conspiracy of Love" takes the listener on the journey of heartache and betrayal. Caitlin's sweet vocals contrasted by her brother's grittier growls reflect the idea that love is sweet, but can't be trusted.
Infinitus Mortus brings the mix of heavy driven Metal, and couples it with strong hooks and melodies that will please a wide range of music fans. They will soon be hitting the club scenes to bring some true heart and complex songwriting back to the music scene. Fans can look forward to hearing tracks from the latest album, favorites from the first and well-known covers by bands of the same genre.