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There are at least 7 artists named Feral:
1) A death metal band, from Skellefteå, Sweden. They play traditional Swedish death metal influenced by hard rock with themes of death, anti-Christianity, and the grave.
Feral has released two demos; Graverobber in August 2007 which was re-released twice (once in 2007 and once in 2009) with different tracklists, Welcome To The Graveyard in 2009, and a full length CD Dragged To The Altar, released 2011 on Ibex Moon records, an American label. A split 7” EP with Revel In Flesh called The Deathkult EP was released in early 2014 on Joe Black records (Chaos Magazine).
First formed under the name Valmer & Hook in 2003 by two friends who decided to record a demo in 2004 as a joke (there i...
Zonaria is a melodic death metal band from Umeå, Sweden, formerly known as Seal Precious.
The band formed in 2001 by Simon Berglund, Christoffer Vikström, and Mikael Hammarberg, the band originally went under the name Seal Precious. Initially the band's style was power metal, with clean vocals. Several line-up changes prevented the band from recording, but after 2003, with the addition of second guitarist, Emil Nyström, and the band's name changed to Zonaria, they spent two years playing gigs in and around Umeå before recording and releasing Evolution Overdose in 2005.
In the spring of 2006, Zonaria recorded the CD single "Rendered in Vain" (and later shot a video for it). After that, Zonaria toured outside of Swede...
TME are a Thrash Metal band formed in Skellefteå, Sweden in 2002. They consist of Mattias Marklund (Vintersorg, Casket Casey), Benny Hägglund (Fission), Andreas Stenlund, Patrik, Johan Lindgren and Christoffer Rörland. They play agressive, merciless yet melodic Thrash/Death Metal.
Their debut album Worlds Collide will be released May 15 through Aphotic Records.
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