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Fragments of Unbecoming

Common rock knowledge holds that Germans focus on power metallic (arguably invented by Teutonic titans Helloween) as the Swedes contain the best cards with regards to melodic death metallic (epitomized by Swedish acts like In Flames with the Gates), but increasing levels of crossover have slowly helped blur those distinctions. Such may be the case for Laudenbach, Germany’s Fragments of Unbecoming — a melodic loss of life metal music group with black metallic tendencies including adequate usage of blastbeats — and offering Stefan Weimar (vocals/electric guitar), Sascha Ehrich (electric guitar), Wolle Schellenberg (bass), and Ingo Maier (drums). Produced in 2000, the group utilized a demonstration, Bloodred Stories: The Crimson Period (2002) to rating a cope with Steel Blade Records, and it has since released two full-length albums: 2004’s Skywards: A Sylphe’s Ascension and 2006’s Sterling Dark Icon.

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