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Kulturnatten - Lund

Naomi Wiehe

Cicada Collective

Back to Reality

Back to Reality arose in 2005 from the ashes of Szrod, whose existence dates back to 2000. Szrod engaged in rap-core and crossover and published a demo cd entitled "Bezsens" in 2004. The following year brings an unexpected change as the drummer, Choruss, leaves the band and is replaced by Kwacho. The crew, motivated by old ideals, creates new music which differs significantly from the previous stuff - the difference pushes the band to change its name. 2006 is the year of the first shows as Back to Reality but also of more changes behind the drumkit and after a few months' break the crew welcomes their new drummer, Anzelm. New rehearsals produce more coherent music rooted in the NY school of hardcore represented by Madball, Biohazard, Sic...

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There's 7 Alastor:
Alastor (Grc) - NS black metal
Alastor (Aut) - black metal
Alastor (Hrv) - heavy/thrash metal
Alastor (Pol) - thrash metal
Alastor (Prt) - black/thrash metal
Alastor (Rus) - underground
Alastor (Swe) - Psychedelic Doom Metal


Alastor (Prt) - black/thrash metal

Alastor is a Black Thrash Metal band that was formed in 1988 by JA (guitars/vocals) and JF (drums), who would later meet again in Decayed. A few songs were composed in some months of rehearsals, but the band went nowhere. In 1995 JA decided to record some of the old songs on his own but they were never released...

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Dibbukim is a Swedish Folk Metal band with lyrics exclusively on Yiddish. The band was born in 2009 when Ida and Niklas Olniansky got the idea of starting a Yiddish Metal band. Old friend Magnus Wohlfart was soon recruited and the work of a full-length album began. The first track for the upcoming release, "Oyfn veg shteyt a boym" (an old jewish folk song), was recorded in February 2010. As a teaser for the album, the song was released as a CD-single and digital download through GM Music on April 28th.

The full-length album "Az a foygl un a goylem tantsn" was released in April 2011. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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