2007-  Richard Thomson - vocals
2010-  Chris Clarke - bass
2014-  Conor McGouran - guitars
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2007-2009  Andy Phillips - guitars
2007-2010  Owain Williams - bass, guitars
› 2010-2014  -//- guitars
2007-2015  Michael Pitman - drums
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2014  Julian Chan - viola
2014  Owen Hughes - violin
2014  Stefan Knapik - cello
2014  Billy Phillips - backing vocals
2015  Ben Wanders - drums

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Harmony of elements can be a truly spectacular thing. While metal and symphony have formed many remarkable unions in the past, Xerath's more modern approach seeks continual refinement in order to leave their own impression on the unison. One would assume some simple math would apply here; I + II = III, ergo this album is more than just another number in a discographical sequence, and is the sum of the band's studio strengths. Yet simple math metal this is not, the polyrhythmic driven effort to meld the two elements in a refreshing way requires more than a simple approach, which leads to the question: is the third time the charm?   Review by R'Vannith ››

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