Focusing on progressive power steel, Skien, Norway’s Pagan’s Brain was created by key members Nils K. Rue (vocals), Stian Kristoffersen (drums) and guitarist Thorstein Aaby in 2000. Ultimately rounding out to a five-piece, the music group released its 1st recording, Infinity Divine, that same 12 months. The recording was successful critically and in the prog/power metallic underground, and was accompanied by the Fredrik Nordström created second recording, Celestial Entry. The follow-up was a straight bigger success, producing waves beyond your band’s home country, and prompted the putting your signature on to Limb Music, as well as the re-release of Infinity Divine, this time around containing bonus songs and re-recorded songs in 2004. In 2003, founding member Aaby remaining the group, and — tragically — passed on in 2007. For the band’s third recording, Pagan’s Mind chosen an idea record, and released Enigmatic : Phoning, in 2005. The recording was a high twenty strike in Norway, and helped property the band areas on some prominent celebration line-ups, including ProgPower European countries, Sweden Rock and roll Festival, and Rjukan Rock and roll. The music group spent the last mentioned section of 2005 headlining a tour of Britain. In past due 2007, Pagan’s Brain released their 4th album, God’s Formula.