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Daemonarch

A one-off, back-to-basics dark steel detour for the associates of Portuguese gothic steel kings Moonspell (whose first few initiatives had actually delved in dark steel), Daemonarch was also conceived as an electric outlet for vocalist Fernando Ribeiro’s teenage poetry and on-going research within the occult. Right here contacting himself Langsuyar, for optimum black steel role-playing authenticity, Ribeiro asked his Moonspell co-workers Ricardo Amorim (electric guitar), Sérgio Crestana (bass), Pedro Paixao (keyboards/examples) and, oddly enough, no drummer, to focus on Daemoarch’s heretofore just record, 1998’s Hermeticum.

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