Industrially grounded black metal outfit Malignant Eternal hail through the rock hotbed of Bergen, Norway, from whence they first emerged in 1991 because the brainchild of vocalist T. Reaper (genuine name Torgrim Øyre) and keyboardist/programmer/drummer Brynjulv Guddal. The set had been aided by bassist Also Ormestad when documenting their self-produced and released debut record, Tårnet, in 1995, and because of its Napalm Records-released follow-up, Significantly Beneath the Sunlight, two years afterwards, he was changed by Tome Stien, who also managed guitar responsibilities while a 4th member, Roy Ole Førland, was added on keyboards. Although not a commercial achievement, this second work drew many reviews that are positive and helped set up a healthful underground cult for Malignant Eternal, which squandered short amount of time cobbling jointly a 1998 EP entitled 20th Hundred years Beast (presenting second guitarist Arve Isdal) before documenting another full-length, Security alarm, in 1999 (having a full-time bass participant in Kenneth Korsvold). But despite ending up in extra acclaim while pressing the band’s still electronically fueled intense metal ever ahead into gothic and straight-up rock and roll & roll designs, the album became Malignant Eternal’s last. Because the fresh millennium contacted, T. Reaper experienced currently flirted with additional black metal rings, collaborating with Gorgoroth and Obtained Enslavement, but guitarist Isdal’s defection towards the mighty Enslaved might have shipped the coup de grâce that leveled the music group, which briefly transformed its name to M-Eternal, performed a few displays, then ground to some halt.