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Summon the Destroyer formed in late 2006 by guitarist Ryan Green (Amongst the Swarm, Year of Desolation), and vocalist Nate Bracey (Kata Sarka, Casque) in order to create challenging and brutal, technically inclined death metal. Recruiting long-time friends, bassist Corey Clark (Christ Beheaded, Ishia), and guitarist Mike Morgan (Demiricous, Christ Beheaded), the group played several shows before recording and releasing their first full length, "In Reverence to Sin" in early 2008. After sharing the stage with many excellent bands, and re-tooling their sound into a faster, more dangerous machine, Summon the Destroyer began working on songs for their next release. The group invited drummer Don Curtis (Bulletwolf) and vocalist Brandon Howe (Primordium) to join, thus fully solidifying their line-up. Heavily influenced by the early and mid-nineties brutality of bands like Suffocation, Gorguts, and Morbid Angel, as well as the technical and progressive nature of classic acts such as Death and Disincarnate, the band displays an unmatched determination to destroy. With plans to tour and secure a label, 2012 is to be a great year of Summon the Destroyer.