A band that mostly became known due to the then ex-Candlemass frontman Messiah Marcolin featuring in their line up (on 3 of the 4 albums). Their sound also resembles Candlemass, be it with some more power-metal and progressive influences. The albums with Messiah Marcolin are a great addition for any Candlemass fan. Solid steady riffing gets combined with a bit more up tempo influences, but overall sounds nice and doomed. Unfortunately the band so far as to often been overlooked as just an "alternative to Candlemass" when the bands albums are worthwhile additions on their own merit.
|Rhymes Of Lunacy||1993||Black Mark||CD|
|Life, Death, And Other Morbid Tales||1994||Black Mark||CD|
|La Danse Macabre||1996||Black Mark||CD|
|Songs For The Apocalypse, Vol. 4||1997||Black Mark||CD|
|On 'La Danse Macabre' the vocals are done by Kristian Andren, Messiah Marcolin returns as their vocalist on the next album 'Songs For The Apocalypse, Vol. 4'. In 2002 Messiah Marcolin rejoined Candlemass.|