Neil Bailey – Vocals
Peter Delaney – Guitars, Keys and Vocals
Joe Haslam – Bass
James Coggin - Drums and Vocals
Formed in 2013, Dividium are a four-piece melodic technical metal band from Hull UK, who are about to send shockwaves throughout the metal world with their first official release T.H.R.E.E.
Combining the organic fusion of vocalist Neil Bailey, guitarist Peter Delaney, bassist Joe Haslam and the drums of James Coggin, the band have established their reputation with modern, melodic and technical songs, utilising vocal harmonies and interesting arrangements to engage their audience.
Often compared to their key influences: Tesseract, Protest The Hero, Neil’s unique vocal style has often had the band’s sound as Iron Maiden meeting Dillinger Escape Plan. One thing that’s for certain is that they don’t sound like anyone but themselves.
Having released two records previously which established Dividium as local favourites, the band have stepped up their game with T.H.R.E.E. and are now more than ready to take their music to the rest of the UK and beyond.
Neil explains: ‘It’s definitely the heaviest and most accessible that we’ve ever recorded. We’ve stuck with what we’re good at: catchy choruses and powerful riffs, but this time with added aggression and renewed vigor.
Peter continues: ‘We took the catchy chorus’ and made them more melodic, we took the heavy sections and went heavier and we took the technical moments and made them harder to play. We can’t wait for the world to hear this new record!’
Dividium have supported many acts passing through their hometown including Tesseract, Malefice, Valis Ablaze, and toured the UK with The Colour Line and Exist Immortal, and played Tech Fest 2016, which has enabled them to refine their incredible live show. Tour dates for the summer will be announced soon.
In The Press
"Their melodic tech metal is built around solid grooves and a variety of vocal techniques…creating a huge wall of battering sound with a monstrous series of breakdowns." - Johnskibeat
"Dividium are a bunch of energetic, nice guys…fun and powerful, they grace the crowd to several really accessible tracks" – Jay Shields, Elite Magazine
"Epic powerful vocals transform effortlessly into growls - honey spiked with razors; drums rattle the brain while the bass shakes the fibres of your being, and electrifying guitar leaves the hairs standing on end." - Luke Goodhand, VOXX Magazine.
" Generally slow in pace and packed with bone-shakingly heavy bass and drums, fans of the genre will find little to complain about here." - Megan Elliott, SkullsnBones.com