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Lux Occulta

This grandiose Polish black metal band got their begin in 1994. Founding people Peter (acoustic guitar), G’Ames (acoustic guitar), Jaro Slav (vocals), Jackie (bass), and Aemil (drums) wished to leave the typical death metal audio and create music that got a far more orchestrated and organized sound. Inside a yr …

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Aeternus

Aeternus, who state to end up being “true dark metallic,” hail from your chilly and rainy city of Bergen, Norway. Merging the raw audio of black metallic using the deep vocals of loss of life metal, Aeternus have the ability to preserve some originality within the packed metal picture of …

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Agalloch

The origins of Agalloch day back again to 1995 as well as the disintegration from the band Aeolachrymae. As that group passed away, three phoenixes surfaced from your ashes, Sussurrus Inanis, Nothing at all, and Agalloch. Mixing dark metallic with atmospheric textures, gothic doom, and neo-folk and post-rock details, the …

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Mord

Mord is Norwegian for “murder,” as well as the name particular by vocalist/guitarist/bassist Nordra for the grim, misanthropic dark metal music group he founded in 1999. After documenting a set of demos in 2001 and 2003 like a one-man-band, Nordra welcomed Polish drummer Necrolucas before demonstration number 3, “Unholy Inquisition,” …

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Endstille

A dark metal music group from Kiel, Germany, Endstille were founded in the entire year 2000 by vocalist Iblis, guitarist Lars Wachtfels, bassist Cruor, and drummer Mayhemic Destructor (no, really!), the last mentioned threesome having currently played together within the underground music group Tauthr. United with the objective to perpetrate …

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Old Man’s Child

Blessed in Oslo, Norway beneath the guidance of guitarist/vocalist Thomas “Grusom” Rune and fellow ax-man Jardar, both wanted to develop a task that was filled up with the bleak lyrical articles of present day black colored steel and an impact of early loss of life metal. The outcomes were Aged …

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Mayhem

Formed about 1985 by Necrobutcher and guitarist Euronymous (created Oystein Aarseth), Mayhem was the first black color metal strap from Norway to produce a serious impact within their homeland, which in the first ’90s created a burgeoning underground scene rife with violent, occasionally anti-Christian activity, as evidenced by Mayhem’s nonmusical …

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Emperor

When attention 1st centered on Norway’s nearly cartoonishly violent dark metal scene within the mid-’90s, Mayhem were dubbed its godfathers, but a lot of the critical accolades were bestowed upon Emperor, whose musical innovations experienced more effect on the genre than every other band. Norwegian dark steel was rife with …

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Ulver

Norway’s Ulver took their name from the Norse phrase for “wolf.” Being a unit, they’re perhaps one of the most different groupings in North Western european music. Though primarily seen as a dark metal music group, they have proved helpful in numerous styles — all reliant on predetermined principles — …

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The God Machine

After graduating senior high school in NORTH PARK, Robin Proper-Sheppard, Jimmy Fernandez, Ron Austin, and Albert Amman formed Culture Line. They documented a six-song demonstration and started playing locally, developing their tough sound right into a bracing mixture of metallics and atmospherics. Regardless of the musical improvement, Proper-Sheppard became significantly …

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