It isn’t often a music group willingly attaches a category to its music, but Babylon Whores’ dubbing itself “loss of life rock and roll” was a lot more than appropriate. Influenced by Glenn Danzig (particularly, the singer’s post-Misfits punk metallic clothing Samhain), Aleister Crowley, and everything areas of the occult, vocalist Ike Vil and guitarist Ewo Meichem put together Babylon Whores in Helsinki, Finland, with one primary intention: “Increase Hell, or lower the heavens at least.” Vil and Meichem would ultimately recruit guitarist Jussi Kottinen and drummer Pete Liha for the documenting from the Devil’s Meat 7″ (100 which had been packaged having a handbag of dog meats attached, 200 without) within the band’s personal Sugars Cult label. Next arrived bassist Jake Babylon, who was simply recruited before the documenting of 1995’s mini-CD Sloane 313. Kottinen and Liha had been eventually changed by six-stringer Antti Litmanen and drummer Kouta, respectively, as well as the recently solidified lineup moved into the studio room and produced another mini-CD, Trismegistos, in 1996. It wasn’t until 1997 how the Whores, using the documenting of debut full-length Chilly Heaven for the English label Misanthropy Information, would use of their indigenous Finland. The record was a striking, original declaration when stacked against the setting from the Scandinavian picture, that was chock-full of hyper-speed dark metal bands increasing a knee-jerk flag for Satan. Cool Heaven sported much, goth-tinged, and even more traditional rock and roll & roll audio revolving around Vil’s clean, melodic tenor and well-researched, extremely literary lyrics coping with occult mythology, magick, alchemy, and, generally, everything dark and mystical. The group also filmed a (relatively crude) video for “In Arcadia Ego,” toured Central European countries, and received accolades in the U.K. severe metal newspaper Terrorizer. The 1998 Deggael EP, also on Misanthropy (and afterwards to be certified by Helsinki’s Spinefarm Information following the band’s romantic relationship with Misanthropy fell aside), would follow, and Liha would re-join the music group in time for two Finnish and Western european travels. California-based label Necropolis Information agreed upon Babylon Whores because of their second, extremely touted full-length, Ruler Dread, the band’s initial official release beyond European countries; Meichem departed through the documenting sessions, temporarily changed by guitarist Antti Lindell for the band’s concert events. Jake Babylon also jumped dispatch before the album’s launch, later to become changed by bassist Daniel Stuka. Ruler Fear, an idea album written primarily by Vil and Litmanen, discovered the music group further concentrating its well-read and bizarre eyesight, and going as far as to recruit Nik Turner of Hawkwind to try out flute on two slashes. The group started gathering a faithful cult pursuing, bolstered from the U.S.-released Compact disc solitary Errata Stigmata, videos for “Errata Stigmata” and “Sol Niger,” an appearance in the 2000 Milwaukee Metalfest, and a following UNITED STATES tour to get King Diamond. The music group started documenting sessions because of its third full-length recording in Sept 2001.