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Nifelheim was formed in Dals Långed, Sweden in 1990 by Tyrant (bass/guitar), Demon (drums) and Hellbutcher (vocals). Soon they were also joined by guitarist Morbid Slaughter.
Around New Years 92/93 the band made their first recording and released the legendary landmark of metal - "Unholy Death Demo". Reviewers were shocked! Nifelheim delivered music unheard of since the glory days of Venom, Hellhammer, Bathory and early Mayhem. Great reviews in mags and a massive underground word of mouth got the record labels interested.
The band signed with Necropolis Records and in 1994, after kicking out Morbid Slaughter they entered Studio Fredman to record their self titled debut album. The band is still banned from that studio... ...
There are three bands with the name Root.
1) Root is a Czech metal legend from city of Brno founded in 1987 by Big Boss and Blackie. Root was one of the original pre-second-wave black metal bands, following in the footsteps of Bathory and Venom, while taking the genre in a more refined, less savage direction. Their style has since progressed towards a more epic, dark heavy metal sound with a clean-sung vocal approach, but their music can still be recognized as black metal at its core due to the unchanged ideology of the band. After the album Madness of the Graves (2003), Blackie left Root to concentrate on his band Cales. Blackie also played in side-project Entrails, an old school black-thrash metal band.
SORGHEGARD was spawned from the black abyss in the early 1999. The concept of the band was to play blasphemous music and sing the lyrics in the native tongue. The song “KVAR FINNS BLOTT SKUGGOR AV GODHETENS TJÄNARE” was recorded for the compilation CD “ WITCHCRAFT AND FOLKLORE”. The band also recorded an unofficial demo consisting of 2 studiorecorded songs and one rehearsal song. Due to various factors the band decided to split up at the end of 2000.
In the beginning of the year 2004 the band felt an urge to channel their hate again. The bands concept was now changed. The lyrics was now written in English, with themes like Satanism, war and blasphemy. The music became more influenced by the American, Canadian and South America...