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Daath

Dååth ( / dɑθ / ) is a metal band from Atlanta, Georgia. They incorporate different musical styles such as thrash metal, death metal, or black metal into their music, among others. Daath is particularly influenced by Da'at and Kabbalah. Despite this, Daath does not associate a direct religious affiliation in his music.

Dååth is founded by Eyal Levi and Mike Kameron, both members of several groups while in college. The two friends study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and eventually give up their studies to focus on a profitable full-time project. The band is originally named Dirt Nap before being renamed in 2004>. Dååth's first album, Futility , was released in 2004. The first album on Roadrunner Records, The Hinderers , is released on March 20, 2007>. Dååth also shot two music videos for The Hinderers , the first one being originally called Mass Soulform Festival , which was shot before the band was signed. The second video, Subterfuge, was released in February 2007.

In March 2007, Dååth is confirmed to play the second stage of the Ozzfest >>>. In November 2007, the Blabbermouth site reports the departure of singer Sean Farber>. A few months later, Sean Z. is officially named new singer of the band. Mike Kameron will also leave in 2009>. 2007 also consists of many tours by Dååth. In January, they go on tour alongside Job For a Cowboy, The Acacia Strain, and Psyopus. In the spring of the same year, they go on a European tour with Unearth and Job for a Cowboy. They later participate in Ozzfest tours, Summer Slaughter, Dying Fetus, and many concerts given by DevilDriver.

The band's third album, The Concealers , was released on April 21, 2009 on Century Media Records >>>, through a partnership with Roadrunner Records. Dååth is releasing a video of the single in "> Day Of Endless Light featured in the album. In the spring of 2009, the band went on tour with Dragonforce and Cynic> and another tour with Goatwhore and Abigail Williams>. This spring, Dååth returns to Europe with Chimaira, Unearth, and Throwdown>. On the other hand, guitarists Eyal Levi and Emil Werstler are releasing an instrumental CD entitled "Avalanche of Worms" on April 20, 2010 at Magna Carta Records, credited under the name Levi / Werstler >>>. Later, Dååth released his fourth album in 2010 via Century Media Records>. In 2012, Emil Werstler officially becomes the new guitarist of Chimaira; Jeremy Creamer also joined the group on bass, as well as Sean Zatorsky on the synthesizer.

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