Orator has released their first rehearsal demo album after their split up!!!

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Veteran death-thrash metal band – Orator has split up back in Dec-2018. Fans were shocked to learn the news as they were expecting for the release of their much awaited second full length.

But fear not folks!!! The band has returned couple of months ago with a new line-up. And that’s not all!!! They have released a rehearsal demo album on YouTube.

The album, which is an EP titled Orator Rehearsal Demo 21/02/2020 was released today and contain 5 tracks – five new songs and one from the first full length.

Track Titles:
1. Cash Intro.
2. New Song 1.
3. New Song 2.
4. New Song 3.
5. First Born of Sataninsam.

The songs were uploaded at the band’s vocalist/ guitarist Amitav Sanyal aka Skullbearer‘s YouTube page. Link is provided below.

Orator was found back in 2008. Before that, from 2003 – 2008, they were known as Barzak – a black/death metal act; and has released one demo album (Opocheshta) in 2005 and a full length (Qabiluhu) in 2006.

After changing their name and genre to death/thrash the band has released the following albums.

1.Dominion of Avyaktam (EP) – 2020
2.Live Crematorations (live demo) – 2011
3. Kapalgnosis (full length) – 2013
4. Gnosis Stained Khadga – Live in Kuala Lumpur (live album) – 2014

Present Lineup:

Shah Zawad Mahmood – Drums (2016-)
Ashish Papai – Bass (2020-)
Amit Sanyal (Skullbearer) – Vocals, Guitars (2008-)

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Started listening to music from the early age. Fell in love on Rock, Metal and other related genres on late 2005. Started practicing guitar from 2007. Formed a band called Lost Prophecy back 2010 but didn’t last long. Planned to make music magazine of international quality in Bangladesh on 2009/10. Finally, turned the dream into reality on 2015.

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