Maharahj - Replication of the Process mp3 downloadPerformer: Maharahj
Title: Replication of the Process
Style: Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hardcore Punk,Punk,Punk/New Wave
Size MP3 version: 1554 mb
Size FLAC version: 1385 mb
Size WMA version: 1521 mb
Format: MOD AC3 WMA XM MIDI DXD
Genre: Pop Rock
Maharahj - Replication of the Process mp3 download
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Maharahj was a metalcore band from Oakville, Ontario. This now defunct band was founded in 1997 by Garren and Clay under the original name One Winged Angel. Over the course five years the band released one demo and two studio albums. After heated discussion about the viability of full time tour support, they disbanded in 2002. Members went on to start bands Explode the Airwaves and Silverstein.
Replication of the Process. Replication of the Process. Their name originated from a modified spelling of the East Indian term maharaja. Over the course five years, the band released one demo and two full length studio albums. During their first US tour, label owner Matt Beckerman signed Maharahj to his (now defunct) nowornever records. Sharing the stage with such label-mates as The Dillinger Escape Plan and Diecast (band), Maharahj found underground scene success with their blend of discordance and mathematical technicality. The studio recording full length "Chapter One, The Descent" embodied the bands raw talent, angst and grit. With a major label financial backing the record, Maharahj was able to gain a respectable fan base amidst a growing 90's metalcore scene.
Parts of the Process is a greatest hits album by the British electronica band Morcheeba released in 2003 by China Records in the UK, and Reprise Records in North America. The album reached on the UK album chart. The album includes all of the single releases by the band, with the exception of "Shoulder Holster". After heated discussion about the viability of full-time tour support, they disbanded in 2002.
Maharahj exploded on the scene with screaming technical metal intensity. Hailing from the sleepy Toronto suburb of Oakville, Ontario, Maharahj created a whirlwind of chaotic metal that was already stirred up by other local acts such as Spread the Disease and The End (mathcore band). With the release of the independent demo (A Replication of the Process and the Product), Clay, Dave, Neil, Garren and Jon paved the way for a breed of metal that (at that time) had never been heard in the metalcore community. The demo was well embraced, selling out within the first year. Unfortunately, this album was not as well received as they had hoped. Poor tour support was also a contributing factor. One year later, the band split ways.