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Dymbur’s single ‘Origin’s from Alpha’ Review | Metal Banger


That is how the Shillong based experimental metal band, DYMBUR comes up with their announcements.

The word DYMBUR as fascinating as it sounds has more deep elucidation engraved inside. It is a word of KHASI
origin that translates into English as “Fig Tree”. The KHASI people are an indigenous tribe, who live in the State of
Meghalaya which is in the North Eastern part of India. The word DYMBUR is taken from “The Parable of the Barren
Fig Tree” found in the Bible.

dymbur logo

It is about a fig tree which does not produce fruit.
‘DYMBUR’ – The fig tree symbolizing rebirth, progression and evolution, of victory after struggle, Fresh leaves from
old branches forming new shapes defining one of nature’s basic laws, the ability to regenerate and grow anew after a
dry spell.

Coming as a Band, DYMBUR consists of Neil Lyngdoh (Vocals), Cornelius Kharsyntiew (Guitars), Mayson Dkhar
(Bass) and Achugra Sangma (Drums). Formed in Shillong, Meghalaya in February 2012 the band is currently working
on their debut full-length album. To add to their achievements and as proud and humbled they feel to have got the
opportunity to open for the Australian Technical Death Metal band, ‘Psycroptic’ in August 2017, Shillong,
Meghalaya, and soon to open for the American Metal band ‘VEIL OF MAYA’ in January 2018, Guwahati, India. They
are much obliged about it.

The Band released their Brand New Single & Official Lyrical Video ‘Origins from Alpha’, from their upcoming
album due in 2018, which is a vital addition to your playlist today. Keeping its musical appearance groovy until the
last, the entire track is inundated with unforeseen turns of riffs and beats, a treat for the headbangers. The track as
promising and frisky it is vocal about a lot too. Speaking about the present, it is quite eloquent how mortals are
missing out their ‘here and now’ moments in life. Exxagerated decorations, showing excessive interest in or
admiration to oneself, the beings are suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic material and cultural benefits from


In the words of DYMBUR itself,
“Time is limited,
Success is temporary,
Don’t fall for pride, greed, gluttony.”



Check them out on Bandcamp: https://dymbur.bandcamp.com/

And on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dymbur/



An Engineering Student. Former lyricist of Assassins Fist, a MetalCore band from Guwahati, Assam. Currently into Event Management @ VASinc, Guwahati.