‘The Beckoning’ Two Song Demo For Free Download


The Beckoning from Canada is a melodic gothic / doom metal band.  Consisting of  duo Roy and Meghann Turple supported by guest musicians.  They are now offering a brand new 2 song demo, for free download. The demo is entitled War and as mentioned before it contains 2 new songs. Go to their bandcamp page [link below]. Artwork and tracklist can be viewed below.

Last year they released their first full-length Demystifying The Oracle.  If you like bands as Saviour Machine, Amorphis, Far Beyond, Virgin Black, Dark Tranquility, Tristania, Parameacium, Draconian etc. Click here to read our album review.

The Beckoning‘ is an Avant Garde/Goth-Metal band from Saint John,New Brunswick, Canada that fuses the aggression of Extreme Metal with the majestic ambience of Gothic soundscapes. Founded by Meghann and Roy Turple the pair combine their influences together in a songwriting formula that is both unorthodox and organic. The Beckoning is an artistic expression that refuses to succumb to genre boundaries and artistic integrity is paramount in the band’s approach to it’s craft. An amalgamation of Gothic, Doom, and Melodic Death Metal along with the Avant Garde musings the band is known to exhibit, The Beckoning finds a home among those who appreciate the marriage of the ethereal and extreme.

Roy Turple – Vocals,Drums
Meghann Turple – Vocals,Keyboards,Piano
Eldon Loewen – Guitar,Bass

Bloodlet [demo] 2010
Demystifying The Oracle [full lenght] 2011
War [demo] 2012

‘The Killing Fields’ [Warclub Records Comp] 2011
‘Cyber 10 Dark Nights’ [Cyber 10 Records] 2011
‘Songs That Made an Impact 2011’ [coming soon]
‘Canadian Metal Assault’ 2011 [Voices of the underground]

1) Lamentation 06:28
2) Battle Cry 04:08

Weblinks: Facebook / Bandcamp

Related articles:
‘The Beckoning’ Releases Full Lenght ‘Demystifying The Oracle’ [Pay What You Want] [Oct. 2011]
Interview With ‘The Beckoning’ [Nov. 2011]
‘The Beckoning’ Christmas Single Released [Free Download] [Nov. 2011]
The Beckoning – Demystifying the Oracle [CD review]

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