One Step Beyond

Mainly formed with cover songs but it was first unofiicial album of Dungeon Band. Fun fact, two songs from “One Step Beyond” are used in slot games, which is pretty rare for a metal band. We tried them in Panda Royal online casino, and we were pleasantly surprised. These musical-themed slots are fantasitc mix of great music and huge money prizes and in our opinion are must-play for any metal fan.

Where It All Began

The Dungeon Band history is a long and very involved journey that started over 15 years ago in the outback of Australia and has led to international success and Dungeon being one of the best australian heavy metal band. We are glad to inform you that our music was requested for the most epic RPG video games, Dungeons, and Dragons. We immediately accepted the offer. Sharing the same name was more than enough for us. D&D gained massive popularity and is currently among the most popular competitive eSports tournaments. You got the whole package now dudes: best metal music, the most epic video game, and betting for real money. Esports betting takes some finesse and introduction, and all of this you will find at Esports-Canada. It seems that Canada appreciated much of this game sport, and made convenient and fantastic betting conditions for the players. So, let’s rock on. The story takes many twists and turns along the way and will take some time to read! Hope you’re comfortable!
Dungeon Band began its life as heavy metal cover band in the Australian outback town of Broken Hill, in August 1989 and was formed by ‘Lord’ Tim (guitar), Ian Debono (drums) and Eddie Trezise (bass). After trying out a few singers, Tim just ‘fell’ into the position of lead vocals, due to a lack of available singers. Soon, Jason Hansen (guitar) and Carolyn Boon (keyboards) were added and Eddie was replaced by Randall Hocking. This line up stayed together for six months. During that time, Dungeon band played sold-out gigs, did newspaper and radio interviews and gained a loyal fan base. In July 1990, Randall and Jason left the band and were replaced by Dale ‘Fletch’ Fletcher (guitar) and Jamie Baldwin (bass). Over the next 6 months, more gigs were played, Ian left and was replaced briefly by Darryl Riess and then by a drum machine.