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Alkemyst

France’s Alkemyst spent a lot of the nineties attempting to produce a go from it with unpredictable membership as well as the oft-used name Endless, but by 1998, both they’d resolved on the somewhat steady line-up and their eventual name. Vocalist Fabrice Sollier, guitarists Séverin Bonneville and Arnaud Ménard, bassist Denis Mellion and a drummer merely called Ramon documented their A Way to Heaven demonstration in 1999, after that began focus on their initial album Get together in the Mist with brand-new, Italian-bred vocalist Ramon Messina (ex-Secret Sphere) a calendar year afterwards. Tragically, a studio room hardware meltdown led to the increased loss of the entire program, barring two salvaged monitors which the music group made a decision to promote as another demonstration, eventually gaining exceptional publicity via France’s ROCK SOLID magazine. All of this was little consolation for the music group members, who after that had to carefully turn around and re-record their melodic rate metal debut recording Achieving in the Mist between June and August 2002 — this time around, thankfully, without additional incident.

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