Decrepit Birth

Decrepit Birth
Origin Santa Cruz, California, USA
Genres Death metal,[1][2] technical death metal[3]
Years active 2001–present
Labels Nuclear Blast, Unique Leader
Members Bill Robinson
Matt Sotelo
Derek Boyer
Sam Paulicelli
Past members KC Howard
Dan Eggers
Mike Turner
Tim Yeung
Kevin Talley
Erlend Caspersen
Risha Eryavec

Decrepit Birth is a death metal band from Santa Cruz, California, USA.[1] They have released two studio albums through Unique Leader Records and one through Nuclear Blast, and a demo independently. All of their studio albums feature artwork by renowned fantasy artist Dan Seagrave. Their latest album, Polarity, was released on July 27, 2010.[4]

Band members

Current members
  • Bill Robinson (Suffocation (live)) - vocals (2001–present)
  • Matt Sotelo (Soulside, ex-Deprecated) - guitar, vocals (2001–present)
  • Derek Boyer (Suffocation, Disgorge, Deprecated, ex-Criminal Element, ex-Dying Fetus, ex-Vital Remains (live)) - bass (2001–2003, 2011–present)
  • Chase Fraser (The Taste of Blood, ex-Son of Aurelius, ex-Animosity, Continuum) - guitar (2010–present)
  • Sam "Samus" Paulicelli (Eliminator (USA), ex-Suspyre, Rising Phoenix, ex-Dark Empire (USA), ex-Mutiny Within, ex-Abysmal Gates, ex-Abigail Williams) - drums (2010–present)
Live members
  • Lee Smith (Estradasphere) - drums (2010–2011)
  • A.J. Lewandowski (Festerfuck, Decrescent, Enfold Darkness) - bass (2013-Present)
  • Gabe Seeber (The Kennedy Veil, Wretched Dawn) - drums (2013-Present)
Former members



External links

  • Official website
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