New Way of Polish Metalcore
Biography A history of band, known today as Hectic, begins in 2008, when two friends had decided to start a music project and compose together. For almost 2 years the band was just a brief plan, until two other members joined in. A real beginning of their performing career took place in 2010 during "Fresh Blood Metal Fest" held in Gdynia, Poland. From that day not only the line-up has changed, but also their music style. After the departure of former vocalist, Hectic have directed into more melodic playing. Year 2013 gave them a lot. They have recorded their debut album entitled "Exist to Burn". All the work has been finished between August and September 2013 in Sounds Great Promotion studio in Gdynia by Kuba Mańkowski and Jan Galbas. The effect of their cooperation was able to suit the needs of the most demanding listeners. Whole album cointains heaviness and very characteristic for the band play of melody classified later as melodic death metal. Further travel into music world and having performed many times in front of great audiences effected in even heavier and more ambitious sound. The group directed into metalcore and djent sounding compositions. This whole process ended up adding 3rd guitarist to their current line-up and opening a whole new set of options.
Oskar Jórczak Vocals, guitars Filip Sułek Guitars Mateusz Nakonieczny Guitars Filip Popek Bass Kacper Cygański Drums
2014 - Exist to Burn (LP) Production: Kuba Mańkowski and Hectic Engineered by: Jan Galbas Mixed and mastered by: Kuba Mańkowski All music by: Hectic All lyrics by: Oskar Jórczak All instruments and vocals recorded at Sounds Great Promotion, Gdynia in August/September 2013. Album appearance: - Oskar Jórczak - lead vocals, guitars - Filip Sułek - backing vocals, guitars - Kacper Sarnatowicz - backing vocals, bass guitar - Kacper Cygański - backing vocals, drums Guests: - Ignacy Gloza - backing vocals at "Cold" and "Exist to Burn" - Jagoda Mazur - lead and backing vocals at "Celestial Sentinel", "Cold" and "Exist to Burn"

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