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El Cajon, CA
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Portrait of Aizen
Take a life.....A scorn life of tears and pain. Take this soul and set it afire to watch it burn and suffer as it see's the depth of it's miserable existence fade out into a bleak white dot. Take this life, set it to film so the world can watch and become entertained by another's relentless decay...And then set AIZEN as the soundtrack.

AIZEN, is one of the few metal bands that have been embraced by women as well as by men, due to the heart Felt tales of lost love belted out by singer Sean Nelson, a charismatic performer who bleeds for the audience through his words, and the dynamic musicianship of Steve Almos & Dustin Thompson , two guitar players who create an intense movie score type emotion along with a complex metal approach that still instills massive power and energy....all of this is set in front of the some of the most impressive hard hitting Jazz fusion/Metal drumming on earth from Wes DeVault and the thundering jazz inspired bass lines of Frank Mercurio.

In a live setting, AIZEN has to be seen to be believed. The band projects a confidence usually found at the arena level, a status they are destined to achieve. The passion that front man Sean Nelson emotes on stage will leave