The original incarnation of Apostate recorded one demo and an EP of slow to mid-paced blackened Death/Doom with a Katatonia-esque leaning. Following their 2009 resurrection, the band initially added some Gothic touches with keyboards, before reverting to a more brutal, slow Death Metal-inspired template with '80s-style Doom Metal guitarwork and the occasional My Dying Bride moment.
|Consign to Oblivion||1995||None||Demo|
|A Song of the Dead Lake||1997||Gal||Tape|
|"From Consign To Oblivion To A Song Of The Dead Lake"||2007||Black Art Productions||Compilation|
|Trapped In A Sleep||2010||Black Art Productions||CD|
|Time Of Terror||2014||Ferrrum Metalworx||CD|
|Time Of Terror (2014)|
|The band went under the moniker Black Moon Frankness, but changed it before releasing anything. It originally lasted from 1993 to 1998, after which all members bar the vocalist Yuri Lesnyj departed to form Forgot Belief. Lesnyj kept the band going until 2001, after which it folded until 2009, when original bassist Alexander Kostko resurrected the name with an otherwise all-new line-up.|