The Dutch melodic thrash outfit Disquiet was founded March 2000 in Utrecht. Thanks their ﬁrst two demos 'Above the Law’ (2000) and 'The Plague' (2002), Disquiet build a strong live reputation: ‘Disquiet demonstrates live how to make good music combined with a good show’ (3voor12). However, continuous changes in the line-up and other setbacks resulted in years of silence…
Despite this misfortune, Disquiet kept developing with a strong belief in their music. Their style moved to Bay Area oriented thrash metal mixed with melodic European elements. Imagine a combination of Testament with Arch Enemy, moderated with some modern metalcore inﬂuences. The three track promo ‘Hate Incarnate’ (2008) indicates this fresh start: ‘Ten minutes of this intense music is never enough. The great sound and heavy production makes us hungry for more’.
January 2012, the band launches its ﬁrst full-length album ‘Scars Of Undying Grief’. A product of perseverance which is produced by Tommie Bonajo (Blind Sight), demonstrates Disquiet’s approach to modern metal. ‘Disquiet’s debut album is better than many of the established order’ (Aardschok Magazine). The ﬁrst single ‘Trenches Of Blood’ has already been featured on 22tracks (a site with playlists composed by leading music journalists) and can be listened to on the channels below.
With new bass player Koen Romeijn (Detonation/Cardamon) on board, Disquiet is ready to thrash your stage in 2012!