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Tad Morose

Biography

The Swedish rock band Tad Morose was originally shaped in 1991, and even though several members have approved through their ranks over time, the only continuous member continues to be founding guitarist Christer “Krunt” Andersson. Starting being a vocal/electric guitar/bass/drum quartet, the music group added a keyboardist towards the lineup by 1993, exactly the same season Tad Morose documented their first demonstration tape (inking a documenting deal with Dark Mark Production quickly thereafter). The quintet’s debut full-length, Departing days gone by Behind, immediately implemented, which was referred to by many as a combined mix of Metallica and Fantasy Theater. 1995 noticed the release from the group’s sophomore work, Sender of Thoughts, that was implemented up exactly the same season using a five-track live mini-album, Paradigma, made by renowned steel veterinarian Mike Wead (Mercyful Destiny, Memento Mori). The group experienced an interval of doubt when vocalist Kristian Andrèn made a decision to keep the band, however the group’s concerns didn’t last lengthy, as they discovered a suitable substitution using a chap who goes on the name of Urban Breed of dog. Further releases implemented, including 1997’s A Mended Rhyme and 2001’s Undead (the last mentioned which was Tad Morose’s initial discharge for the Hundred years Media label).

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Full Name Tad Morose
Music Songs Your Own Demise, Life in a Lonely Game, Servant of the Bones, Clearly Insane, Afraid to Die, Another Time Around, Forlorn, Cyberdome, When the Spirit Rules the World, Unwelcome Guest, Leaving the Past Behind, Sender of Thoughts, Knowing Me, Knowing You, A Mended Rhyme, Mother Shipton's Words, No Tears in the Rain, Sword of Retribution, Take on the World, Where the Sun Never Shines, Eternal Lies, But Angels Shine, Voices Are Calling, Matters of the Dark, Rainbow Demon, Beneath A Veil Of Crying Souls, New Clear Skies, Death Embrace, Order of the Seven Poles, Black Fire Rising, I Know Your Name, Reason of the Ghost, Anubis
Albums St. Demonius, Modus Vivendi, Matters of the Dark, Undead, A Mended Rhyme, Leaving the Past Behind, Sender of Thoughts, Revenant, Reflections, Paradigma

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