Thy Will Be Done
|Origin||Providence, Rhode Island|
|Genres||Groove metal, metalcore|
|Labels||U.S.:Stillborn Records, Eye.On Lion Recordings Japan: Toy's Factory|
|Past members||Chris Robinson|
Thy Will Be Done is an American heavy metal band formed in 2005 from Providence, Rhode Island.The ensemble has released studio albums Was and Is to Come and In Ancient of Days via Stillborn Records as well as EP Temple via Eye.On Lion Recordings.
The band toured with DevilDriver, Suffocation, and Goatwhorewith fill-in bassist Jeff Golden who would later go on to join Crowbar.
In 2012, the band performed with Metallica at Orion Music + Moreas well as Party To The Apocalypse 2012 starring Shadows Fall, God Forbid and Trumpet The Harlot.
In December 2015, Thy Will Be Done had been working on the follow-up to their, 'Temple' EP when the band's drummer, Jay Waterman, suffered cardiac arrest amidst tracking the band's new album, resulting in a two-year break from performances for the band.
On November 11, 2016, via their Facebook page, the band announced they are working on a new album.[ citation needed ]
Thy Will Be Done has been occasionally misidentified as a 'Religious Band', but they do not have a religious agenda and think that that is mainly a "personal journey".
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