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This Is Dramacore

by Evestus

The third album from Estonian Industrialist is best described as symphonic industrial rock with a goth touch. these 12 tracks lead you through an epic renaissance in dark alternative music!
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Demons of Fame
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2. Dramacore
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3. Pikachu Warriors
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4. All the Kings Drugs
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5. Conveniently Confused
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6. Dramajunkie
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7. Leftovers
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8. Enemy
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9. Sacrifice
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10. Nothing
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11. Gone
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12. So In Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Evestus!
"The irony is very clever! Evestus has
explained that he is very tired of the lack
of originality within the music industry
and he has kept to his statement by
expressing individualism with
each album he produces."
-RegenMag.com

"Hands up everyone who thought the
saviour of Industrial music would
come from Estonia!
All the requisite Gothic elements are
present, but Evestus demonstrates a keen
ear for melody which he incorporates
to complement the harder edged attack."
-SnobsMusic.net

"Evestus is a sage, a deep thinker who
appears to be in constant battle with his
inner beliefs and with those that society
upholds. His questioning and
philosophical views make his music
all the more appreciable and eccentric.
He is a truly unique creature."
-RegenMag.com

About the album
Official release date- April 29, 2010

As the singer, sole composer and producer of his 3rd
album, "This Is Dramacore," the Estonian-born multi-
instrumentalist Ott Evestus is the driving force behind
EVESTUS. However, his live shows are supported by a
steady band featuring keys, guitars, drums and 4 cellos.

Evestus’s sound can be described as orchestrated
industrial goth-rock with intense rythmic underline.
While dark on the surface, one can sense some irony
and even playfulness in his multi-layered compositions.

In his blog Evestus states “I wanted to create some-
thing that people can listen and go ”whoah, that is
some heavy s***!”, not so much heavy in sound, but
heavy in composition and depth.“
Indeed, with a 28 page booklet, you can literally feel the
weight of the album and already expect that this is more
than your average collection of jingles.

Written in the style Evestus calls “dramacore,” this
album welcomes the listener to the macabre
absinthe-reeking carousel where he combines his passion
for heavy orchestrations with aggressive industrial sound
into a dynamic theatrical fusion.
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Members

Evestus - Composing, programming, lyrics & vocals
Georg “DzDz” Gurjev - Live keyboards
Jan Talts - Live guitars
Tanya M61 Vulcan - Live drums and percussions
C-Jam Cello Quartet - Live and studio cellos
Romet Pott - Live and studio audio engineering
Grete “Stitch” Laus - Graphics and visuals
The New Scum - Promotion and support
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Discography

2004 - “Destiny In Life” LP (D-Trash)
2006 - “Wastelands” LP (D-Trash)
2008 - “Sacrifice” Maxi single (Legendaarne)
2008 - “Enemy” promo single (Self released)
2010 - “This Is Dramacore” (Self released, April 29)
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Covermount CD appearances with magazines

"Nothing" - 2009 - Devolution Magazine
"You're Not Good Enough To Be My Enemy"
- 2009 - Devolution Magazine
"Conveniently Confused" - 2009 - Terrorizer Magazine
"Dramacore" - 2010 - Devolution Magazine
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Facts of interest!

Evestus has never signed a single contract regarding his
music, releases or merchandising rights.
M M M
Evestus is a professionally trained jazz drummer and used
to play live percussions for Estonian Death-beat industrial
outfit Forgotten Sunrise.
M M M
2008 "Sacrifice" single contained a radio edit, 8 remixes by
Evestus and various artists (Team Cybergeist, Kirdec etc.)
plus a bonus track "Everybody Dies".
M M M
Due to the heavy compositions, the mixing process of
"This is Dramacore" took 9 months.
M M M
Evestus’s odd 2004 debut “Destiny in Life” received 2.5/10
fromTerrorizer magazine, while 2006 "Wastelands"
scored 7.5/10 by the same reviewer.
M M M
As a part of NOKIA comes with music campaign, Evestus
was asked to give a lecture about industrial music at the
Baltic Film and Media College in Tallinn.
M M M
Evestus made his MTV debut with the "Sacrifice" video that
stayed in MTV Baltic Top 20 for 6 weeks, warming up for
"You're Not Good Enough To Be My Enemy",
which stayed in Top 20 for 14 weeks.
"Enemy" video grabbed #3 at "TOP 100 Estonian music
videos of all time" where "Sacrifice" stood at #9.
M M M
On a D-trash Tribute to Atari Teenage Riot, Evestus covers
their song “Delete Yourself”.
M M M
Both of Evestus’ parents are bikers and his father is the
president of Ösel Motorcycle Club, one of the largest bike
gangs in Estonia. Evestus still can’t fall asleep in silence.
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Evestus Web presence

www.evestus.net
www.myspace.com/riseofthenewscum
www.youtube.com/evestus
www.reverbnation.com/evestus
www.twitter.com/evestus
www.myspace.com/evestus
www.myspace.com/evestifice
www.soundclick.com/bands/evestus
www.thenewscum.com


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