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Dormitory Effect

Susan Wendelken and Urith Myre had already met at late nineties in a New York-based band called One Step Beyond. After parting ways they decided to contact the guitarist from Perseverance, Meredith Hermann, and Neutron Cafe’s drummer, “Gee” (Gina Ilasi) and Dormitory Effect was born.

dormitory effect logodormitory effectCountry: Unites States
History: 2004 – Present
Status: Active
Style: Heavy Metal

Biography:
Susan Wendelken and Urith Myre had already met at late nineties in a New York-based band called One Step Beyond. After parting ways they decided to contact the guitarist from the hardcore act Perseverance, Meredith Hermann, and Neutron Cafe’s drummer, “Gee” (Gina Ilasi) to form a cover band. Meredith contributed to the jams with songs discarded by her former band, which ended up becoming the first songs with the Dormitory Effect’s seal.

Gradually the original creations were displacing the covers, to finally have enough material to record a CD, “Wealth Of The Disease”. After its release they entered into a self-promotion, gigs and mixed events vortex. Without even realising it, it came 2007 without new songs to feed their music.

They forced themselves to compose, and soon their new creatures were born, “RJ”, “Hand That Feeds”, “To Belong” and “The Star You Are”. These songs bring a more aggressive touch to their alternative metal, to bring it closer to thrash, and they are working to release them in a CD very soon.

Lineup:
Susan Wendelken – Vocals
Meredith Hermann – Guitar
Urith Myree – Bass
“Gee” Gina Ilasi – Drums

Discography:
2005, “Wealth Of The Disease” (EP)

Related links:
Dormitory Effect official
Dormitory Effect @ Myspace

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