Not to end up being confused with many, a lot more obscure rock bands utilizing the same moniker, Greece’s Exhumation were section of that country’s famed 1990s era, which also spawned such main brands in extreme music simply because Rotting Christ, Nightfall, and Septic Flesh. Their roots dating back again to the past due ’80s, in fact, Exhumation ultimately parlayed two demos (1990’s The Rebirth and 1994’s Deepest Aspect of Dread) right into a documenting agreement with Denmark’s Diehard Information, for whom they might record 1997’s Seas of Eternal Silence debut by using manufacturer Dan Swanö (Advantage of Sanity, Pan-Thy-Monium, etc.). And in addition, the latter demonstrated well suited to fully capture Exhumation’s — after that comprising vocalist/bassist John Nokteridis, guitarists Panos Giatzoglou and Marios Iliopoulos, keyboardist Thomas Bairachtaris, and drummer Pantelis Athanasiadis — eclectic mixture of doom, dark, loss of life, and gothic steel. Two extra albums implemented in following years: 1998’s Dance Over the History and 1999’s Traumaticon — both of these captured at Sweden’s Studio room Fredman by manufacturer Fredrik Nordström, who helped provide new measurements to Exhumation’s audio. However the band’s drive began to fail thereafter, so when guitarist Iliopoulos still left to join competitors Nightrage, Exhumation silently made a decision to break up.