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Moonspell is a Portuguese gothic metal band with elements of black metal. The group, founded in 1989 originally as Morbid God, was renamed Moonspell in 1992. With the release of their first album Wolfheart in 1995, the band quickly gained status and became one of the most recognizable metal bands from Portugal.
The band started out as folk-tinged black metal. In 1992, still under the name Morbid God, they released the promo track "Serpent Angel". In 1993, vocalist Fernando Ribeiro, drummer Mike Gaspar and bassist João Pedro released the demo Anno Satanæ under the name Moonspell, which caught the attention of French label Adipocere. It was for Adipocere that Moonspell released in 1994 a mini-album titled Under the Moonspell. Th...
Dagoba is an industrial metal/groove metal band from Marseille, France that formed in 2000. Influenced by styles such as those of Machine Head, Strapping Young Lad, Pantera and Fear Factory they managed to create a solid, brutal sound of their own.
Given that, in France, metal music is not as popular as in other countries, Dagoba often plays concerts and gigs outside France, such as in Germany and the Scandinavian countries, with support slots with such big metal names as Machine Head, In Flames and Sepultura.
Franky Costanza (former Imperial drummer) and Izakar also play in a side-project named Blazing War Machine. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License;...
When there was nothing left but us, we came together. From distant corners of the scorched and ruined Earth, as remnant, persistent shards of life and light, we merged and melded in an atomic collision that shot us into the outer cosmos to safety and surety, where we rested and regrouped, determined to one day avenge our devastated home.
But now the time has come to return. To begin again, to right the wrongs- To claim our place.
We are older, wiser… yet we burn no less brightly. We re-enter our planet’s atmosphere…. as a Jaded Star. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.