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Angel

Angel is a pan-European supergroup of types featuring ex-Lake of Tears and Imperia siren Helena Iren Michaelsen, backed by henchmen Jan “Orkki” Yrlund (acoustic guitar and development, ex-Lacrimosa), John Stam (acoustic guitar), Gerry Verstreken (bass), Steve Wolz (drums), and Audun Gronnestad (orchestrations). Carrying out a one-off solitary known as “Don’t …

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Cinema Bizarre

Having a sound that mixes glam, goth, and new wave — in addition to the haircuts to complement — Germany’s Cinema Bizarre came around the scene in 2007 using the plaintive hit “Lovesongs (They Kill Me).” Bandmembers Kiro, Strify, and Yu originally fulfilled in 2005 in the anime convention Animagic, …

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Alastis

Named following the executioner of hell, Alastis induced their have horror-inspired dark steel to their house country of Switzerland. Having got jointly in 1989 using the lineup offering Battle D. on electric guitar, Zumof on vocals, Acronoise on drums, and Masmise on bass, who’s stay was short-lived after getting asked …

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Therion

Formed through the past due ’80s, Swedish death steel group Therion was led by vocalist, guitarist, and composer Christofer Johnsson. Originally curved out by business lead guitarist Peter Hansson, bassist Erik Gustafson, and drummer Oskar Forss, the group debuted in 1990 using the LP Of Darkness. Gustafson exited immediately after, …

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Theatre of Tragedy

Formed away of Norway’s famed black colored steel scene, Theatre of Tragedy combine components of goth and steel with an extra contact of drama thanks partly towards the dual vocals of Raymond I. Rohonyi and Liv Kristine Espenaes. Using the accompaniment of Frank Claussen (guitars), Tommy Olsson (guitars/coding), Eirik T. …

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Angtoria

Angtoria is much metal music group that was originally conceived like a purely orchestral task by Swedish multi-instrumentalist and composer Chris Rehn and British vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva (aka Sarah Jane Ferridge) and whose extensive réamounté already included back-up singing with main black metal rings want Cradle of Filth, Mortiis, …

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Mental Home

The progressive doom metal outfit Mental House was formed in Russia in November 1993 by brothers Sergey (vocals/guitars) and Igor Dmitriev (drums); the rest of the original lineup was finished by guitarist Roman Povarov and bassist Denis Samusev. The band’s 1994 demonstration Funeral Support quickly resulted in the official debut, …

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Nightwish

Pursuing in the footsteps from the Gathering and Lacuna Coil (goth-influenced “symphonic” metallic bands with woman vocalists), Nightwish had been created in Kitee, Finland, in 1997 by keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen. In the beginning attempting to generate acoustic music, he recruited qualified opera vocalist Tarja Turunen, but quickly added full metallic …

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Rotting Christ

Rotting Christ are probably one of the most influential, long-running metallic rings to hail from Greece. Their audio has shifted over time from grindcore to dark metallic to dark/gothic metallic, blurring designs and incorporating folk and early music affects. The music group has been the main topic of controversy because …

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Epica

Originally calling themselves Sahara Dust, Holland’s Epica formed in early 2003 when After Permanently guitarist Mark Jansen made a decision to break from the group he previously helped within order to start out an operatic metal project most his own. After drafting teenaged mezzo-soprano Simone Simons, guitarist Advertisement Sluijter, keyboardist …

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