Catalepsy (old)


Catalepsy was originally a Death Metal influenced Metalcore band with members from New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach & Titusville before they relocated to Orlando,FL. The band was formed in 2004 by members Rob, Ben & Justin. These recordings were during the early days of Catalepsy way before they turned into a "Nu-Metal" inspired Deathcore band, before stillborn records & way before all the other vocalists & 3 guitar players at once. At the time of these recordings they played every weekend out here in Daytona with Dying Memories (later changed to Dawn of Acadia), Face Down In Blood, Shaleah, & The Dead Shall Rise (ex-Catalepsy vocalist Robert's old band) at the Metal Lounge & the Coffee Connection sometimes. Everyone used to hate them like crazy at first mostly due to the lead singer Ben crawling on the floor shirtless grabbing kids legs, but after some time kids started to get more into them (the line-up with Nancy on vocals was a real big hit out here), I'm probably one of the only people that still have these CD's anymore so I'm sure someone out there will be happy to have these songs. This Catalepsy is definitely not the same Catalepsy that came to be, but It is the only way I will care to remember them. Former singer Nancy was also the ex-vocalist of the bands Awaiting Winter & Extinction. Matt S. & Pat C. went on to be in the heavy hitters Meantime together, Pat also went on to do Khann & the phenomenal Axis, Main member Rob would keep Catalepsy alive with many member changes until the transformed the band into the Dubstep Deathcore band Exotype.


-Hallow line-up was:
benjamin tucker - vocals
rob walden - guitar
justin grimes - drums
danny schwartz - bass


-Eros line-up was:
benjamin tucker - vocals
rob walden - guitar
matt selovers - guitar
justin grimes - drums
danny schwartz - bass


-Devices line-up was:
nancy michelle - vocals
rob walden - guitar
matt selovers - guitar
justin grimes - drums
pat chummly - bass

all 3 demos
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