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Doom Over Scania I Day II

Sorcerer

There are at least 5 artists using this name (and one additional band formed with this name):

1) Sorcerer is one of the very first heavier metal bands from Sweden. Sorcerer was a doom metal band that was formed in 1984 but it took them till 1988 to get their first demo recorded. A second was released in 1992. In 1995 a full-length CD was released - yet with a load of tracks from their 1992 demo. A vinyl piece saw the light early 2004 with the Inquisitor demo and two bonustracks, this release was limited to 700 copies only.
http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=5906
http://www.myspace.com/sorcererswe

2) Sorcerer is a one man (Daniel Saxon Judd) space disco/balearic/yacht-rock outfit from California wi...

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Void Moon

Void Moon is a Doom Metal band from Skåne, Sweden. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Stonegriff

Nymf

NYMF is a heavy rockband from south Sweden, stationed in the small town of Karlshamn.

The band was formed around 2007 by the singer, Niklas Sjöberg (also the singer from "The Graviators" And the guitarist, Kristofer Stjernquist. Their music idea was to create a mix of the genres they loved the most - Doom, Stoner/rock and Metal. In 2008 NYMF recorded their first demo with Johan Blomström (Kaptain Sun, Spice and the RJ Band, Faith ao). At the Soundpalace studio in Svängsta.

NYMF's eagerly awaited debut album was released 2010/10/10. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Mortalicum

From the northern parts of Sweden, the heavy doom/metal band Mortalicum was formed early 2006 by Patrick Backlund. The band consists of the tight rhythm section Patrick Backlund (bass), Mikael Engström (guitar) and Andreas Häggström (drums) and the distinct voice and solos by Henrik Högl.

When rewinding the time a little, we find out that Mortalicum was at first only a studio project. Patrick wrote and recorded several songs during the first two years, songs on which he did all the instrumental tracks. During that time Robert Wiklander joined to handle the vocals for the demos. Though, he actually had done some drumming on the first few jam sessions. Many different songs were recorded and tried out both during the jams and as...

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