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Man the Destroyer is a Toronto based Rock/Metal band consisting of members from multiple continents. Their music is a combination of metal mixed with both new and old school influences, infused with their own musical and lyrical edge.
Equally inspired by the intensity of Guns N Roses and Metallica, and the dramatic element of Dream Theater and Black Sabbath, Man the Destroyer soon developed their own sound. More importantly they discovered endless inspiration in the form of current events.
The band was originally formed in Hollywood California and was accustomed to performing at such famous locales as The Whiskey, The Cat Club and The Knitting Factory. Eventually, though, Man the Destroyer decided to relocate to Toronto, where they saw great potential in a rapidly growing rock/metal scene.
Since moving to Toronto, Man the Destroyer have performed at some of the city's more reputable venues, including the Phoenix, Opera House, and Lees Palace. In 2007 they released their debut EP titled Day of Grey, along with the music video for their hit single The Blame. Recently the band has released Man the Destroyer, their self titled debut album which was highly anticipated and greeted with great reviews.
The future is bright for Man the Destroyer and they are poised to soon reach a wider audience and bring their exiting live show energy across the world.
Before a problem is fixed it must be acknowledged. There is no cure without a diagnosis.Man the Destroyer is that rare hard rock band that is willing and able to identify the countless faults of humanity. But, rather than merely point out the fallen nature of man, Man the Destroyer offers a solution.