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Arosian Black Mass 2012
Aosoth (FR) + Arktau Eos (FI) + Ofermod + Saturnalia Temple + Hetroertzen + Kadotus (FI) + Huata (FR) + Draugurinn + Nawaharjan (DE) + Псалом 666 (RU) + Horns (CL) + Myling
-> lördag 24 november 2012
Aosoth is a black metal band from Paris, France, founded by some Antaeus members in 2002. They released a split with Antaeus in 2002 and a split with Temple of Baal in 2007. In 2008 they released their first full-length album, titled as the band itself, "Aosoth".
The name Aosoth comes from the dark female force of the pantheon of the Order of the Nine Angels.
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Swedish metal band Ofermod has its roots in black metal, but its members currently refer to their own music as "Orthodox Qliphotic Death Metal" in an attempt to de-emphasize the satanistic associations of the former term in favour of more complex occult themes present in their later work.
The group was originally a solo project in 1996 by guitarist Michayah, who at that time called himself Belfagor and was also active in the band Nefandus. In 1997, vocalist Nebiros joined the band. The duo entered Necromorbus Studios in January 1998 and recorded a 7" EP entitled "Mystérion Tés Anomias" which was released later that same year in 500 copies through PMP (Pounding Metal Productions). Bass player Mist left the band in 1999.
Hetroertzen was formed in the year 1997 in southern Chile by Frater D. as a one man solo project. Two years later, in September 1999, Åskväder joined the band as a guitarist. During their first ten years of existence, a couple of albums were recorded and a handful of gigs were performed in their homeland of Chile. Various line-up changes occurred as well. The band had a brief hiatus for various reasons, but in 2009 after resurfacing in Sweden and the city of Västerås, Hetroertzen's first proclaimed full length album ‘Exaltation of Wisdom’, was recorded at the bands own studio. The line-up was then Frater D. on drums, bass and vocals and Åskväder on guitars. ‘Exaltation of Wisdom’ was at first released on LP by Lamech Records and was limi...