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Demian Heuke is a german guitar player born in 1983. At age 13 he started playing the guitar: first acoustic, then electric guitar - and always looking for the right band. He founded a few himself and it didn't take him a long time until he gathered his first live-experiences. He played a lot of gigs with his bands RAVAGE (2000 - 2005), N-JECTED (2005-2009) and THE AURA (2009-2010), in which he was the main songwriter.

He is also the second axeman in the Adrian Weiss Band, next to guitar virtuoso Adrian Weiss from Dusseldorf, Germany, and performed on both CDs, contributing some very fine solos.



Demian's style is inspired by metal-bands like Killswitch Engage, Soilwork, Evergrey, Slayer and Metallica. His solos are deeply influenced by vituosos such as Steve Vai, Mattias IA Eklundh, Andy Timmons, Greg Howe to name but a few ...
Demian never lost track of his acoustic vision though, continuously practising and developing his skills. He founded an acoustic trio called D'Miaro in 2013 and also recorded a CD with this band.

His latest bands, in which he plays lead-guitar and works as a composer, are: THESE ARE THE DAYS (female-fronted metal), SIGNS OF WEAR (male-fronted metal) as well as the acoustic guitar-duo MY OWN SEASONS with fellow guitar player Mischa Lenz



The drummer by Demian's side has always been his good friend Lars Zehner, one of the top-drummers around. With his solo-album "Treumal" Demian has manifested his vision as a guitar player and as a composer. At the age of 30 he is in his heyday as all of his skills and potential culminate in the album's songs. Together with producer/musician mf-c, Demian produced the album himself. It is a full-lenght instrumental album and mirrors the whole spectrum of the guitarist Demian Heuke. Rock, Metal, Clean: sometimes hard, othertimes soft, occasionally fast or even recreative. The album is an event for your ears and especially for fans of instrumental music. It is basically music that every listener can easily relate to, not just professional musicians - and it never sounds fussy.

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