Home / Biography / Autumn


Autumn was among Russia’s very best goth metal rings at the switch from the millennium. Shaped in 1994 these were accountable for the next year’s The Druid Fall demonstration, and three following albums: 1997’s And We Are Falling Leaves…, 2000’s Chjornye Kryl’ya, and 2003’s Osen Vechna. The initial two sung in British, the second set in Russian, and most of them released by little independent record brands, these have liked limited releases beyond Russia and Eastern European countries; but latter-day Fall people Yuri Rottor (vocals/electric guitar — ex-Russian Wintertime), Ludmila Emeliashina (viola), Sergey Berdyshev (drums), Felix Vigorov (bass), and Roman Il’in (electric guitar) nevertheless collected a little cult following prior to going their separate methods in 2004.

Check Also

Jim Reynolds

The creators from the early-’90s Marijuana’s Greatest Strikes Revisited compilation are too baked to keep …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.