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Ogre were formed in Portland, Me personally, in 1999 when vocalist/bassist Ed Cunningham joined pushes with guitarist Ross Markonish and drummer Can Broadbent — both of whom had spent the prior decade using in neighborhood doom band Bloodstream Farmers. However, after quickly setting up four tracks for the demo cassette, the brand new power trio proceeded to just work at a relaxed pace before providing its first record proper, Dawn from the Proto-Man, in 2003, which finished up getting named Record of the entire year by respected internet site Peacedogman.com and particular among the year’s Best Five Debut Albums by Hellridemusic.com. All with justification, provided its prog-infused mixture of doom and rock, which eventually produced enough exhilaration for Ogre to hyperlink up with Japan’s Leafhound Information for his or her second full-length, Seven Hells, in 2006, and their third, Plague of the earth, in 2008 (with American distribution managed by Darkness Kingdom). Sadly, having finished this musical trilogy (all three albums had been actually thematically linked) and noticed that wider industrial success may possibly continue steadily to elude their type of music, the people of Ogre made a decision to contact it quits in ’09 2009, after a decade of work.

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