Lacrimas Profundere is really a German gothic steel music group spearheaded by guitarist Oliver Nikolas Schmid, whose revolving door lineup competitors even Spine Tap’s (or Jethro Tull’s) with regards to multiple musicians over time. Founded within the Southern Bavarian municipality of Waging am Find, circa 1993, Lacrimas Profundere debuted with 1995’s …As well as the Wings Embraced Us, featuring his brother Christopher Schmid on vocals, plus violinist Anja Hötzendorfer, flautist/keyboard player Eva Stöger, bassist Markus Lapper, and drummer Christian Greisberger. Despite such incredible instrumentation (for rock a minimum of), this and following LPs like …La Naissance d’un Rêve (1997), Memorandum (1999), and Burning up: A Desire (2001), generally ran parallel using the doomy goth of mid-period Anathema, Katatonia and My Dying Bride-to-be. By comparison, following initiatives like Fall, I’LL Follow (2002), Ave End (2004), and Filthy Records for Frozen Hearts (2006), noticed Lacrimas Profundere pursuing in the footsteps from the rings cited above, in addition to the prefers of Tiamat and Moonspell, in departing a lot of their metallic tendencies behind to be able to accept even more traditional gothic rock and roll wholeheartedly. 2007 also proclaimed the departure of Christopher Schmid — the final remaining original music group member, save his sibling — as well as the entrance of new vocalist Rob Vitacca, most likely signifying additional adjustments to Lacrimas Profundere’s audio and creative path in the instant future.
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