Formed in the blistering hot desert oasis that is Las Vegas, Destruction of a Rose isn’t a band to be taken lightly or glossed over. The group has been called a “searing, double-bass-pounding metal machine, effortlessly jumping between old-school Pantera-style thrash and modern melodic metalcore” by Alternative Press and was also featured by AP and Hails n Horns as one of their featured unsigned bands of the month just before signing with Standby Records.
Putting themselves out there for everyone to hear was their one and only goal when it came time to record Suspended in Time. “We felt with the songs we had written that this could really be our breakthrough album; to take us from being just a locally and regionally known act to a nationally respected band. We’ve been able to be on the road constantly since its release so I feel we’re headed in the right direction.” Singer Evan Foxx spoke about the album. Blistering and beautiful with its drastic combination of sounds, Suspended in Time is complex and catchy. "We're metal as fuck-our music raises the dead from their graves," says guitarist Nick Rose. "Yet, on the other hand, it makes you want to go skipping through a field of daisies."