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Symbolik / Bio

Symbolik began in mid- 2007 with Vocalist Chris Blackburn and Guitarist Allen Burton coming together with a common goal to create a truly unique style in the midst of today's saturated market of mundane musicality. A little over a year later with 5 solid members in tact and some demo recordings done with the help of Smoke You Productions they began playing a barrage of shows around the 209 area of the central valley. After a year of playing shows all around the area issues began to rise between members causing the parting of ways of then bassist (Jeremy Norman) in fall of 2010. At that point Michael "Munchie" Zamora united with Symbolik as the new Bassist until Spring of 2011 when he had to part ways to go to Full Sail University in Florida and make way for Daniel Juarez (ex-Rings of Saturn, From the Dead) who stepped in with his ferocious 6-string bass tapping skills to take full control of the low end frequencies of Symbolik. Then in summer of 2011 rhythm guitarist (Fred Powell) and drummer (Alexis Salazar) removed themselves from the band because of personal issues, but still respect and maintain friendships with the band members to this day. Immediately after this Guitarist John Sangalang stepped in to complete the rhythm section and Drummer Brandon "billy the kid" Clevenstine to complete the perfect metal machine that was intended for Symbolik. With this new powerhouse lineup combined with an all new aggression Symbolik will be laying waste to your cities and corrupting your youth long before you even see it coming!

General Info

Band Members
Chris:Vox Allen:Guitar John:Guitar Daniel:Bass Brandon:Drums
Artist Name
Symbolik
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/symbolikmetal
Active Since
11/08
Genres
Metal / Death Metal / Black Metal

Contact Info

Location
Stockton, CA

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