Origin: N. Kingstown, RI, USA
Genres: Progressive Metal
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Digital Ruin  


Digital Ruin released two impressive albums in 1997 and 2000, both both melodic progressive metal albums in the mold of early-mid-period Queensryche, though with plenty of individuality to help them avoid the clone tag. Both albums received some fine reviews and the band appeared to be on the rise in the prog metal field, but following the release of Dwelling In The Out, and the subsequent departure of vocalist Matthew Pacheco, the band underwent a substantial style change, going for a more modern, alternative metal direction. With the departure of Michael Keegan, the remaining members decided to put the name Digital Ruin to rest and continue on as Monoblok, but apparently they've decided to return to their roots, with the Dwelling quartet back together and working on new material (presumably in their original style) for 2007.

Current Members

Matthew Pacheco

vocals/keyboards

Dave Souza

guitars

Michael Keegan

bass

Timothy Hart

drums

Former Members/Guests

Joe Sawyer

guitars


Discography



Listen 
1997 independent
  1. January 27, 2019
  2. Of The Hand
  3. Becoming
  4. Pieces Of Me
  5. In The Mirror
  6. The Message
  7. Their Secrets
  8. AM
  9. Escape
  10. Within
  11. Listen
  12. It's Only Me
  13. Revelation
  • Matthew Pacheco
  • Dave Souza
  • Joe Sawyer
  • Michael Keegan
  • Timothy Hart




Dwelling In The Out 
2000 Inside Out
  1. Living For Yesterday
  2. Darkest Day
  3. Dwelling In The Out
  4. The Forgotten
  5. Adrift
  6. Night Falls Forever
  7. Machine Cage
  8. Letting Go
  9. The Agony Column
  10. Along The Way
  • Matthew Pacheco
  • Dave Souza
  • Michael Keegan
  • Timothy Hart


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