November 19, 2011

Navajo metal band Salvation's Lost

Diné metal band ready to release 1st album

By Krista AllenThey idolized bands like As I Lay Dying, Cannibal Corpse, The Black Dahlia Murder, and "whatever sounded heavy." And they dreamed of performing on stage, which they eventually did.

"It's so humbling to know that we were at that point where we looked up to those bands," Tadytin said. "They've made a big impact on us, and we're doing the same thing now."
And:Salvation's Lost is just beginning. Even so, the band isn't about redemption or deliverance from evil.

"It means everything that you love, cherish, or hope for," Tsinnijinnie said. "It's (madness), and a tendency to use that as your salvation or your home--Salvation's Lost."
And:Today, the quintet is oscillating the Four Corners region with a mesmerizing stage presence and a sound like no other.

Their "Doomsday" album is inspired by aliens, comic books, UFOs, and zombies.
Comment:  For more on the subject, see Kumeyaay Thrash Metal Band, All-Girl Thrash Metal Band, and Metal-Punk Concert at Navajo Fair.

Below:  "The members of Salvation's Lost include, left to right, Jerydd Tadytin (bassist), Donavan Whiterock (rhythm guitarist), Wilaniel Whitehair (drummer), Jarrod Tsinnijinnie (lead guitarist), and Akee Maize (vocalist)." (Krista Allen)

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