Origin: Broken Hill, Australia
Genres: Power Metal
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Dungeon  


The origin of Dungeon dates back to 1989, when some friends, led by one Lord Tim, formed a band in the Australian outback town of Broken Hill. By 1994 the band had stabilized to the point that a promotional EP, dubbed Changing Moods, was recorded, in hopes of attracting a record deal. The Japanese TDK-Core label liked the EP enough so that it, along with some demo tracks, were packaged as is, as Demolition in 1996. Their proper first album, Resurrection, followed three years later, and finally a worldwide release for their 2002 recording, A Rise To Power. Australia hasn't produced a great number of internationally known power metal bands (Pegazus is one of the few that might come to mind), but Dungeon does the Euro power metal style as well as anyone, regardless of nationality, with soaring clear melodic vocals courtesy of Lord Tim, alongside the requisite power metal riffing, double-bass drumming, and general Germanic songwriting, though on occasion they branch out a bit, as on the frenetic "Traumatized". It goes without saying that bands in this style aren't about originality, and that holds true for Dungeon as well, but they clearly deliver the power metal goods with style. The band broke up in late 2005, with Lord Tim reviving his onetime solo project, Lord.

Current Members

"Lord" Tim Grose

vocals/guitars/keyboards (Lord)

Stuart Marshall

guitars/backing vocals

Glenn Williams

bass/backing vocals

Tim Yatras

drums/backing vocals (Lord)

Former Members/Guests

Dale Corney

guitars/backing vocals

Steve Mikulic

guitars

Justin Sayers

bass/backing vocals

Brendon McDonald

bass/backing vocals

Gustav Hoffmann (guest)

keyboards

(various drummers)

drums

Steve Moore

drums/backing vocals (Earth)


Discography



Demolition 
1996 TDK-Core
  1. Don't Leave Me
  2. Call Me
  3. Slave Of Love
  4. Paradise
  5. One Shot At Life
  6. Changing Moods
  7. These Times
  8. Time To Die
  9. I Am Death
  10. Lies
  11. Vodka Frenzy
  12. The Duel
  13. Reflections
  • "Lord" Tim Grose
  • Dale Corney
  • Steve Mikulic
  • Justin Sayers
  • (various drummers)




Resurrection 
1999 Warhead
  1. Death From Above
  2. Resurrection
  3. Paradise
  4. Judgement Day
  5. Wake Up
  6. Fight
  7. Let It Go
  8. Time To Die
  9. I Am Death
  10. No Way Out
  11. The Legend Of Huma
  • "Lord" Tim Grose
  • Dale Corney
  • Justin Sayers
  • Gustav Hoffmann
  • Steve Moore

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal 



A Rise To Power 
2002 Limb Music
  1. The Prophecy
  2. A Rise To Power
  3. Netherlife (Black Roses Die)
  4. Insanity's Fall
  5. The Other Side
  6. Stormchaser
  7. Where Madness Hides
  8. Lost In The Light
  9. Life Is Black
  10. The Birth: The Trauma Begins
  11. Traumatised
  12. A Rise To Power (Reprise)
  • "Lord" Tim Grose
  • Stuart Marshall
  • Brendon McDonald
  • Steve Moore

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 



One Step Beyond 
2004 Metal Warriors
  1. The Power Within
  2. Against The Wind
  3. The Art Of War
  4. The Hunger
  5. Surface Tension
  6. Tarranno Del Mar
  7. One Step Beyond
  8. Under The Cross
  9. Epilogue
  • "Lord" Tim Grose
  • Stuart Marshall
  • Steve Moore

Reviews:   Sea Of Tranquility  Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 

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