Non-Divine - Biography



Non-Divine's music is like melodic rock/metal at their own original way. Dressed in white psychiatric suits they are responsible for a crazy energetic live show. Non-Divine receives lots of enthusiasm from the crowd and have built a large, ever-growing fan-base throughout the years.

The first homemade demo-CD My Obsession opened a lot of doors for Non-Divine like participating the Metal Grand Slam Tour 2001, presented by Aardschok magazine, Holland's biggest metal magazine. For seven weeks the twenty-five shows toured The Netherlands and Belgium and called in at venues like Paradiso - Amsterdam.

Apart from that they supported acts like Dio, Anthrax, Queensryche, Nevermore, W.A.S.P., Sonata Arctica, Volbeat, Sabaton, After Forever, and Murderdolls (with Slipknot members). In the year 2003 Non-Divine won the best band of Arnhem award and played on festivals like Appelpop and Huntenpop. Late 2005 Non-Divine became winner of the biggest award concerning solid music: the Aardschok's Metal Bash competition.

The fictional concept debutalbum Asylum 45 is about a psychiatric hospital. In each song a patient tells their story. All patients are very different from each other and will enter your mind with all their mixed-up emotions. Let the music affect your brain and you will meet them all. When you feel the grooves and discover the strong harmonies and melodies, there's no way back. You will be surrounded by madness of a special kind.

To realise their debutalbum Non-Divine went to the famous Jacobhansenstudio's in Denmark. Topproducer Jacob Hansen (for example Raunchy, Mercenary and Volbeat), responsible for recording, mixing & mastering delivers with Asylum 45 one of his best productions ever.

Meanwhile Non-Divine worked at new material which is even stronger, more melodic and catchier. In October 2006 Non-Divine signed a two album deal with the Dutch label Rusty Cage Records. The release that will be worldwide was 24 February 2007. The first review: CD of the month in the Dutch Aardschok Magazine! In March 2008 they toured Europe as a support for Flotsam and Jetsam.