Denigrate

Denigrate is a heavy metal band from Tuusula, Finland, formed in 1996.

The band was in a movie project Menolippu Mombasaan in 2002, underthe name No Future Today. This way they came somewhat famousin Finland, but the band members weren't too happy about it the way.

Warner Music soon published their debut album, "Dismal Euphoria", along with the singles, but after that, the record deal was cancelled and the band is now looking for a better deal with some metal-label.

Members

Current members:
*Vocals by Mikko Huvinen alias Micko Hell
*Lead guitar by Seppo Nummela
*Rhythm guitar by Ari Manninen
*Bass guitar by Pekka Pyrhönen
*Drums by Tim Toivanen

Former members:
*Aleksi Ahokas, rhythm guitar
*Timo "ötö" Collin, rhythm guitar
*Tuomas Alanen, rhythm guitar
*Vesa Virta, drums

Discography

*1998: "Filth & Vice As The Seasons Die" - demo
*#"Burning Hell Inside"
*#"Crawl In The Fear"
*#"Reaching Insanity"
*#"Too Many Ways To Die"
*2000: "Suicide Hymns" - demo
*#"Exit The Lake Suicide"
*#"Despair Of Tomorrow"
*#"Bleed"
*2002: "Guardian Of The Bitter Sea" - single
*#"Guardian Of The Bitter Sea" (Radio Edit)
*#"Guardian Of The Bitter Sea"
*#"Despair Of Tomorrow" (Demo)
*#"Bleed" (Demo)
*2003: "Everything Counts" - single
*#"Everything Counts"
*#"London Dungeon" (The Misfits Cover)
*2003: "Dismal Euphoria"
*#"Introducing Dismal Euphoria"
*#"The Romance"
*#"Forgiveness"
*#"Exit The Lake Suicide"
*#"Dreaming"
*#"Despair Of Tomorrow"
*#"Kiss, Wound, Gone"
*#"Guardian" (Of The Bitter Sea)
*#"B L E E D"
*#"Everything Counts"
*#"Tonight"

ources

* [http://www.denigrate-music.com The official website]
* [http://www.mikseri.net http://www.mikseri.net]

External links

* [http://www.denigrate-music.com Official website]


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  • Denigrate — Den i*grate, v. t. [L. denigrare; de + nigrare to blacken, niger black.] 1. To blacken thoroughly; to make very black. Boyle. [1913 Webster] 2. Fig.: To blacken or sully; to defame. [R.] [1913 Webster] To denigrate the memory of Voltaire. Morley …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • denigrate — I verb abase, accuse, asperse, attack, attaint, belittle, besmear, besmirch, bespatter, blacken, blacken one s good name, blemish, brand, call names, calumniate, cast aspersions, charge, compromise, condemn, criticize, decry, defame, degrade,… …   Law dictionary

  • denigrate — 1520s, from L. denigratus, pp. of denigrare to blacken, defame, from de completely (see DE (Cf. de )) + nigr , stem of niger black (see NEGRO (Cf. Negro)). of unknown origin. Apparently disused in 18th c. and revived in 19th c. [OED]. Related …   Etymology dictionary

  • denigrate — [v] belittle, malign asperse, bad mouth*, besmirch, blacken, blister, calumniate, decry, defame, dis*, disparage, give black eye*, impugn, knock*, libel, mudsling*, put down*, revile, rip up*, roast*, run down*, scandalize, slander, tear down*,… …   New thesaurus

  • denigrate — ► VERB ▪ criticize unfairly; disparage. DERIVATIVES denigration noun denigrator noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense «blacken, make dark»: from Latin denigrare, from niger black …   English terms dictionary

  • denigrate — [den′ə grāt΄] vt. denigrated, denigrating [< L denigratus, pp. of denigrare, to blacken < de , intens. + nigrare, to blacken < niger, black: see ATE1] 1. to blacken 2. to disparage the character or reputation of; defame denigration n.… …   English World dictionary

  • denigrate — [16] To denigrate people is literally to ‘blacken’ them. The word comes from Latin dēnigrāre ‘blacken’, a compound verb formed from the intensive prefix dē and niger ‘black’. This adjective, which is of unknown origin, also produced French noir… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • denigrate — [[t]de̱nɪgreɪt[/t]] denigrates, denigrating, denigrated VERB If you denigrate someone or something, you criticize them unfairly or insult them. [V n] The amendment prohibits obscene or indecent materials which denigrate the objects or beliefs of… …   English dictionary

  • denigrate — [16] To denigrate people is literally to ‘blacken’ them. The word comes from Latin dēnigrāre ‘blacken’, a compound verb formed from the intensive prefix dē and niger ‘black’. This adjective, which is of unknown origin, also produced French noir… …   Word origins

  • denigrate — transitive verb ( grated; grating) Etymology: Latin denigratus, past participle of denigrare, from de + nigrare to blacken, from nigr , niger black Date: 1526 1. to attack the reputation of ; defame < denigrate o …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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