Artist info

Genre

Metal


Tags

Elite Element


band members

Aaron Murphy - Vocals, Michael Cupitt - Lead Guitar, Liam Scott - Guitar, Tim Gundlach - Bass Guitar, Tom Hallagan - Drums.


Bio

Bio Elite Element is set to release their debut CD very soon! A relatively new band to the metalcore scene, Elite Element have been impacting the southern coast of New South Wales over the past 24 months. With shows alongside Parkway Drive, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Mission in Motion, Mary Jane Kelly, Fireworks, The Butterfly Effect, Behind Crimson Eyes, Mammal, Urthboy and an array of some of Australia’s most impressive hardcore bands, the 5 piece act now have their eyes set on recording their debut CD. Keep your ears open and come to some shows!

Review

leeesy

11 Apr 2012

50

Epic track! Expecting big things if the rest of the songs on your EP are anywhere near as good as this. Loving how you can actually understand the vocals as opposed to a lot of other bands these days. Congrats on getting played on Unearthed Radio, hopefully you get a red drum soon!

Epic track! Expecting big things if the rest of the songs on your EP are anywhere near as good as this. Loving how you can actually understand the vocals as opposed to a lot of other bands these days. Congrats on getting played on Unearthed Radio, hopefully you get a red drum soon!

Review

Cupo1391

11 Apr 2012

50

Awesome sounding track! Cannot wait for the CD to come out so I can hear more. Expect big things from this band.

Awesome sounding track! Cannot wait for the CD to come out so I can hear more. Expect big things from this band.

Review

LittleKicks

11 Apr 2012

50

It not often we hear guitar solos or rocky riffs such as near the end of the song with this genre of music. most bands rely on their breakdowns and straight up riffs, but i think its these differences that add an extra edge to this bands music over other similar bands. good job!

It not often we hear guitar solos or rocky riffs such as near the end of the song with this genre of music. most bands rely on their breakdowns and straight up riffs, but i think its these differences that add an extra edge to this bands music over other similar bands. good job!