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Amorphis

Lead guitarist Esa Holopainen and drummer Jan Rechberger shaped the music group Amorphis in Finland in 1990. To finish their lineup they recruited vocalist/guitarist Tomi Koivusaari and bassist Olli-Pekka Laine. They released a demonstration in 1991 known as Disment of Soul. The demonstration was so effective in getting interest for …

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Destrage

A hard-charging, genre-juggling really difficult rock device based out of Milan, Italy Destrage uses a compelling mixture of melody-driven groove, mathematics, djent, and progressive steel that’s as technically impressive since it is highly cinematic. Founded in 2005, and offering the abilities of vocalist Paolo Colavolpe, drummer Federico Paulovich, bassist Gabriel …

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Angelus Apatrida

Originating from the tiny city of Albacete, in over ten years Angelus Apatrida possess arguably evolved in to the Spanish thrash steel act with the best international profile. Angelus Apatrida had been born from the merging of two regional Albacete rings in 2000. After several squabbles in what musical path …

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Profane Omen

Profane Omen is a Finnish metallic music group that produced its recording debut in 2006 in colaboration with the label Dethrone Music. Founded in 1999, the music group is made up of Jules Näveri (vocals), Williami Kurki (acoustic guitar), Antti Kokkonen (electric guitar), Tomppa Saarenketo (bass), and Samuli Mikkonen (drums). …

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Darkane

Swedish death metallic band Darkane was shaped through the remnants of Agretator, a progressive-influenced unit subsequent in the footsteps of bands like Watchtower. Guitarist Christofer Malmström and drummer Peter Wildoer (the second option also previously of Armageddon and Arch Foe) 1st recruited guitarist Klas Ideberg and bassist Jorgen Löfberg, and …

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Dew-Scented

Germany’s curiously called death/thrash clothing Dew-Scented was founded in 1992 at that time drummer, later vocalist Leif Jensen. As well as assorted, short-tenured bandmates, he steadily parlayed a set of demos (1993’s Symbolization and 1994’s unnamed promo) right into a deal with regional impartial Steamhammer for 1996’s full-length debut, Immortelle. …

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Deceased

These Virginia-based loss of life metalers began in 1985 saving and circulating demos, slowly building their reputation. In 1988, first bassist Rob Sterzel was wiped out within a hit-and-run incident and changed by Les Snyder. As well as guitarists Tag Adams and Mike Smith and drummer/vocalist Ruler Fowley, Deceased became …

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Impious

Among the numerous loss of life metal rings that arrived of Scandinavia within the ’90s, Impious haven’t been known for subtlety, restraint, or understatement; actually, just the contrary holds true. The Swedish clothing has gained a popularity for providing stereotypically ferocious loss of life metal — severe, thick, blistering, claustrophobic, …

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