Genre: Death Metal
Origin: Czech Republic
The band Destroying Divinity was founded in January 2001, starting it's musical path with following members: Erik - vocal, Gassi - guitar, Nagard - guitar, Ommurtag - drums.
Destroying Divinity recorded their first demo Created in this formation at the Šopa studio in June 2001. This demo was self-released and send to local labels. After releasing this demo, guitarist Mille was replaced by guitarist Nagard.
At the beginning of 2002 Flagin joined Destroying Divinity as a bass and guitar player. In this new formation, Destroying Divinity played a few concerts and wrote some new songs, which were recorded in the Šopa studio in the spring 2002. Subsequently a Czech label Grodhaisn offered DD releasing a full lenght debut album, where all material from the demo and the 4 new songs were used.
The CD was released at the end of 2002 under name ...Created.... After releasing the debut, Destroying Divinity played some gigs and worked on new material. After guitarist Mille left the band, Flagin had to reduce his status from bass/guitar player to guitar only.
In spring 2004 the second full lenght album Hell Unleashed was recorded with this line-up: Erik - vocals, Gassi - guitar, Flagin - guitar, Ommurtag - drums. CD was released by Grodhaisn at the turn of the year.
After some concerts and a piece of work, Destroying Divinity recorded their third album called Dark Future in December 2008 with the same line-up in the Šopa studio again. Then Destroying Divinity spend almost two years by looking for the proper record label. The newest milestone in Destroying Divinity history was signing a contract with Brutal Bands Records. Brutal Bands Records released the CD Dark Future on the 25th June 2010.
- ...Created... (2002)
- Hell Unleashed (2004)
- Dark Future (2010)
- Hollow Dominion (2014)
- Created (2001)
Zdenek "Ommurtag" Blaha - Drums (2001-present)
Gassi - Guitars (2001-present)
Erik - Vocals (2001-present)
Flagin - Bass (2002-2003), Guitars (2003-present)
Nagard - Guitars (2001)
Mille - Guitars (2001-?)