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OreiginAmman, Jordan
Years active2002–present
LabelsKolony Records
MembersRamzi Essayed
Rami Haikal
Waseem Essayed
Hani Al Abadi
Baha' Farah
Ahmad Klob
Past membersIbrahim Al Qaisi

Bilocate is a daith/doom metal baund frae Jordan.[1]

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

Bilocate wis foondit bi the brithers Ramzi an Waseem Esayed an thair friend Hani Al Abadi, an got stairtit when thay wur joined bi guitarist Baha' Farah, an later bi guitarist Rami Haikal.

Thair first full-lenth album, Dysphoria, wis released in the winter o 2005, an received significant airplay on the local governmental radio station Jordan FM, wi a 5-oor shaw bein dedicatit tae the baund an the album on October 27. Thay released a muisic video for "2nd War in Heaven." A seicont video, for "Days of Joy," wis produced bi Jacknife Video Productions. Bilocate addit a new drummer, Ahmad Kloob, in late 2006, an stairtit preparin for a new album.

In Julie 2008, Sudden Death Syndrome wis released,[2] mixed an mastered bi Jens Bogren (Opeth, Bloodbath, Katatonia, Paradise Lost, an ithers). The album received positive reviews frae magazines an wabsteids sic as Decible[3] an[4] The album wis self-released an is nou distributit in the Unitit States via The Omega Order, the distribution airm o The End Records.[5] In December 2008, Terrorizer reviewed Sudden Death Syndrome, cawin it "a tasteful an sophisticatit piece o wirk that determinedly puts the Jordanian metal scene on the map."[6] The album haes led tae extensive coverage for the baund in the Wast in the hivy metal media online as well as in prent, sic as interviews wi Terrorizer an Metal Hammer; the latter praised thair "rich, doomy soond" an cawed Sudden Death Syndrome a "stunnin, hertfelt metal album."[7] Metal Storm nominatit the album for its Best Doom Metal Album Awaird; Bilocate's album finished in saxt place (o ten).[8]

Hivy metal muisic is still controversial in Jordan, as suggestit in a brief interview wi Terrorizer, December 2008, in which Rami Haikal said, "We hae even been tauld tae dissolve the baund an tae stop publishin oor muisic bi ony means."[9] In an interview wi Metal Hammer, Haseem Essayed said, "We are facin a lot o pressure an a huge rejection frae security, releegious authorities, an the community."[7] The UAE newspaper The National reportit in October 2008, in a series o airticles cawed "Young in the Muslim World," that a Bilocate concert in Jordan wis canceled bi authorities, "citin unspecified 'security reasons.'"[10]

Baund members[eedit | eedit soorce]

Current members[eedit | eedit soorce]

Past members[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Ibrahim Al Qaisi - drums

Session members[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Alaa Faraj

Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]

Sudden Death Syndrome (2008)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Track Leet[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Humans & the Dark Affiliation"
  2. "Blooded Forest"
  3. "The Dead Sea"
  4. "Ebtehal"
  5. "Inoculate"
  6. "Pure Wicked Sins"
  7. "The Stone Of Hate"
  • Co-produced, mixed, an ingineered bi Jens Bogren
  • Mastered at Fascination Street studios, Orebro, Swaden, bi Jens Bogren
  • Drums bi Ahmed Klob & Waseem EsSayed, recordit bi Ahmed Kloub, an digitized bi Waseem EsSayed; ingineered bi Jens Bogren
  • Guitars an Arabic Oud recordit bi Rami Haikal an Baha' Farah
  • Bass recordit at The Phexagon studio; soond technician Mohannad Bursheh, Amman, Jordan
  • Vocals recordit at In The Mix studios; soond ingineer Nash Planojevic, Dubai, UAE
  • Keyboards, percussion, an pianos recordit an ingineered bi Waseem EsSayed

Dysphoria (2005)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Track Leet[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "2nd War In Heaven"
  3. "Passage"
  4. "A Deadly Path"
  5. "The Tragedy Within"
  6. "Shrouded"
  7. "Days Of Joy"
  8. "A Desire To Leave"

Dysphoria EP (2003)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Track Leet[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Instrumental"
  2. "2nd War In Heaven"
  3. "Hypia (Early Days Of Joy)"

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Sign them already - Bilocate, Deeply Confused Archived 2009-01-01 at the Wayback Machine by Cosmo Lee, Invisible Oranges
  2. Review on
  3. "Bilocate: A Band Too Good Not To Write About", Vince Neilstein, Metalsucks: "So it wasn’t until Invisible Oranges proprietor and Decibel contributor Cosmo Lee wrote about Bilocate in both publications that I was jolted into realizing that I’d been missing out on a truly talented and worthwhile metal band."
  4. Review on Archived 2009-04-09 at the Wayback Machine
  5. Bilocate--Sudden Death Syndrome Archived 2013-02-04 at on The Omega Order. Accessed 1 March 2009.
  6. Hinchliffe, James (December 2008). "Rev. of Bilocate, Sudden Death Syndrome". Terrorizer. 178. Retrieved 2 Mairch 2009. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)[deid airtin]
  7. a b Selzer, Johnathan (Februar 2009). "Bilocate". Metal Hammer: 114. Retrieved 2 Mairch 2009. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)[deid airtin]
  8. "The Best Doom Metal Album". Metal Storm. 2009. Retrieved 2 Mairch 2009. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)
  9. Hoare, James (December 2008). "Interview with Bilocate". Terrorizer. 178. Retrieved 2 Mairch 2009. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)[deid airtin]
  10. Nelson, Craig (13 October 2008). "Young in the Muslim World: Lost in Adolescent Limbo". The National (Abu Dhabi). Archived frae the original on 5 Mairch 2009. Cite has empty unkent parameter: |coauthors= (help)

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