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Among Spain’s scant submissions to the globe of black steel, Barcelona’s Blazemth developed from a youthful music group named Undivine in the first ’90s. Priding themselves to be the “just” satanic steel music group in Spain, the group contains Volkhaar (vocals/electric guitar), Hisaar Lut (electric guitar), Erlick (electric guitar/bass), Eodar (bass), and Frost Demon (drums) and documented their initial two demos, Daemonium and Unholycaust in 1994. Deeply inspired by Norwegian experts like Emperor and Satyricon, the band’s first standard releases, 1995’s FOR YEARS AND YEARS LEFT OUT and 1996’s Fatherland (both of these EPs) shown an Iberian interpretation from the dark legends and vengeful gods celebrated by their north brethren. If they ultimately went out of subject material or just out of vapor remains a secret, but Blazemth vanished from view shortly thereafter.

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