Gospel of the Horns formed in Brisbane, Australia, in '93 and in late '94 they released their cult demo The Satanist's Dream. It gathered great responses, which in turn led to a deal with the incompetent Einstand Records to press the demo on CD. Not only was the layout incorrect, they also placed a photo of a different band in the booklet... To this day, the band urge no-one to purchase this CD as this label does not warrant your money.
Wardaemonic is a black metal band from Perth, Australia formed in 2005. The band line up consists of Old (vocals), Regnator (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Anharat (guitar), Blitz (bass) and Maelstrom (drums). To date they have released two albums, Through the Dank Pale Gravelands in 2005 and Echoes of Ageless Flames in 2010. They have also contributed one track (Nattens Madrigal) to the Ulver tribute CD: My Own Wolf: A New Approach.
BACK IN 2000 VERDELET AND GORELUST FROM THE LAND OF BENDIGOAT BEING INSPIRED BY BLACK ,DEATH , THRASH BANDS OF THE 80 AND 90 FORMED EVILINTENT AS A TWO PIECE BLACK THRASH BAND AND WROTE SOME BRUTALLY EVIL BLACK THRASH SONGS AND THEN AFTER A YEAR HAD A BRAKE FROM IT ALL ,THEN INSPIRED AGAIN AFTER A 6 YEAR BRAKE AND 2006 CAME ALONG AND WE HAD SOME SPARE MONEY SO WE BOUGHT A DRUM KIT AND NEW AMP AND STARTED TO JAM AGAIN.
Mhorgl is a Melodic Black Metal from Western Australia and have slowly evolved into a very unique mix between Raw Black Metal with a handful of Melodic interludes or verses hence making them Experimental - to that context. They have odd structures and generally create an unconventional song style with an offbeat sound yet, a Melodic atmosphere. Originally conceived in 2004 as an extremely raw, monotone and violent Black Metal project, Mhorgl has slowly evolved becoming more epic in nature while retaining the aggression which will always be the basis of it's vision.
Stargazer is a name of at least seven acts: 1) An Australian avant-garde black/death-metal group. 2) A UK deep house / future jazz production duo. 3) A Brazilian power metal band. 4) A German old school heavy metal band. 5) An Italian thrash metal band. 6) A trance act (aka Drax & Scott Mac). 7) A Thai drummer. 1) Stargazer of Australia (Adelaide, South Australia) is a Blackened Death Metal band formed in 1995.
There are at least four artists called Corvus: 1) Hard Rock/Metal
Corvus, the group hailed from Glendale Arizona, and currently have 5 CD's released 2008: We All Fall Down
2009: An Affair With Tragedy
2010: Fragile Moments
2011: The Comfort of Home
2012: Never Forgive The first four albums follow a story, so it is rather a concept album Collection. Love, life, faith, and death. Their newest album as of 2012, Never Forgive, has a full sound ranging from clean vocals to harsh vocals. The guitar is thick as well as harmonious.
There is more than one band named Thrall.
1. The Tasmanian Black Metal band Thrall was formerly known as Thy Plagues. The band began in the tradition of primitive solo Black Metal (i.e. Ildjarn, Leviathan, Burzum etc…). With the addition of a bass player in 2006 the project became a duo. In 2009 Em Støy shifted from bass to drums. Thrall has evolved from a primitive droning blast-ridden style to a more groove-laden hypnotic sound fusing Black Metal with Doom influences. In June 2010, Thrall released their debut full-length, Away From the Haunts of Men on Total Holocaust Records.
Pestilential Shadows are an Australian black metal act which began in 2003 in Corrimal, New South Wales with Balam and Meririm (a.k.a Azgorh). Their lyrical issues involve genocide, anti-Christianity and death. The band is currently on S