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Primordial (IE)

Primordial is a folk metal / pagan black metal band founded in 1987 in Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland. They play a unique style of pagan metal, which can best be described as a blend of black and celtic folk metal with strong influences from their Irish roots. Their lyrics deal with cultural heritage, history and struggle.

Primordial started out as a black metal band with some folk influences with their 1993 demo "Dark Romanticism" and 1995 debut album "Imrama". With the 1998 album "A Journey's End", Primordial underwent a strong stylistic change and delivered an album that was more original, personal and darker than anything they had done before. The different musical influences become more intertwined than ever before.
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There are two bands under this name (not to be confused with the German Nagelfar):

1) Naglfar is a Melodic Black Metal/Blackened Death Metal band from Umeå, Sweden. The group was formed by Jens Rydén and Kristoffer Olivius, originally under the name "Uninterred". The group's style combines traditional Black Metal with certain Melodic Death Metal elements.

Naglfar formed in 1992. The band was originally called "Uninterred", and was founded by Jens Rydén on vocals and guitar, and Kristoffer Olivius on bass. The band had its first full line-up when Ulf Andersson from Nocturnal Rites joined the band to play drums, and Morgan Hansson and Fredrik Degerström joined on guitar. With this new line-up Jens could concentrate on...

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Triptykon (CH)

Created in May 2008 to further develop the darkness invoked by its immediate precursors, seminal black/extreme metal pioneers Hellhammer and Celtic Frost, Triptykon evolved from a Celtic Frost side project initiated by Tom Gabriel Fischer (a.k.a. Tom Gabriel Warrior), the group's singer, guitarist, and main songwriter.

Following five years of songwriting and recording sessions, the subsequent release of their acclaimed Monotheist album, and a 125-date world tour, mounting tensions began to cripple the resplendently disinterred Celtic Frost by late 2007. The situation eventually rendered it virtually impossible for Warrior to succeed in convening Celtic Frost for songwriting and rehearsal sessions for the intended follow-up to ...

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Aura Noir (NO)

Aura Noir is a thrash/black metal act from Norway. Their style tends more toward "classic"/early BM.

Originating as a duet of multi-instrumentalists, Apollyon and Aggressor, Aura Noir grew into a full-scale band when Blasphemer of Mayhem joined their cause.
Over the time, the band's recordings featured several notable guests, including Fenriz of Darkthrone on vocals.

Soon after releasing "The Merciless" (2004) on Darkthrone's label Tyrant Syndicate, Aggressor got into an accident (fell from the roof of a four-story building in Oslo), which left his lower half temporarily paralyzed. He spent several months in the hospital but is already playing guitar again. In 2008, Aura Noir released "Hades Rise," which boast...

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There are two bands named Necrophobic.

The more popular was formed in 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden by guitarist David Parland and drummer Joakim Sterner to give the world a band that created unholy death metal. Necrophobic had a few different influences and focused more on creating a much more dark and evil sounding music, in the beginning influenced by Morbid Angel, Slayer and Bathory.

The current line-up is:

Joakim Sterner - Drums (founding member of Necrophobic since 1989)

Fredrik Folkare - Guitars (Unleashed, Firespawn)
Alex Friberg - Bass (Trident, Firespawn)
Anders Strokirk - Vocals (original vocalist on 'The Nocturnal Silence' (1993), joined in 1992, left in 1994, but returned i...

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