Bands of Saturn is a progressive techie deathcore outfit in the Bay Region. The music group was originally conceived being a studio room project by senior high school close friends Lucas Mann (guitars, bass, and keyboards), Peter Pawlak (vocals), and Brent Silletto (drums). Mann continues to be the lone primary member. Melding an exceptionally active, labyrinthine meld of thrash and specialized death steel with lyrics about alien lifestyle forms, the music group issued its initial monitor, “Abducted” as an internet-only one and gained interest throughout the world. They implemented it using the self-released full-length Embryonic Anomaly in-may of 2010. The established was documented with engineer Bob Swanson at Mayhemeness in Sacramento. It had been found for distribution internationally and garnered the interest of the initial Head label, who agreed upon them afterwards in the entire year. In 2011 (the entire year they graduated from senior high school) the group added second guitarist Joel Omans and begun to tour. Their brand-new label re-released Embryonic Anomaly for the event. By the finish of the entire year, both Pawlak and Silletto acquired left the music group and were changed by some bass players and drummers. Vocalist Ian Bearer emerged aboard in early 2012 with time to record the band’s sophomore work, Dingir. It had been also constructed and made by Swanson. Originally planned for discharge in Dec of 2012, a drip of the unmixed edition prompted Bearer to upload the completed edition on his YouTube route and Unique Innovator to progress stream it on Total Deathcore. The arranged was released in physical type in Feb of 2013. Regardless of the drip, the recording reached the market charts and produced international interest for the music group on its following tour. Lugal Ki En, Bands of Saturn’s third recording, was announced in July of 2014. Made by Brette Ciamarra, it had been released in Oct on Unique Innovator and preceded by the problem from the video solitary “Senseless Massacre.” The recording appeared in Oct and came into at number 3 within the Billboard Heatseeker graph.