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Officium Triste




The Netherlands - Active.

Description

Death/Doom

An excellent underground death/doom band that sounds like My Dying Bride in their early days. They broke up after the release of 'Ne Vivam' but since 1999 have reformed.

Discography

Demo '941994NoneDemo
Mountains of Depressiveness1994Weeping WillowSplit
Ne Vivam1997Teutonic ExistenceCD
Officium Triste/Cold Mourning Split1998Weeping WillowSplit
Roses on my Grave1999To the GallowsMcd
Promo 20002000NonePromo
The Pathway2001DispleasedCD
Roses On My Grave2001Displeased7 inch
Ne Vivam2003BadgerLP
Reason2004DispleasedCD
Ne Vivam2005Serpent's Lair ProductionsRe-release
Giving Yourself Away2007DispleasedCD
Mors Viri2013Hammerheart RecordsCD

Contact

info@officiumtriste.com


Reviews

The Pathway (2001)
Roses On My Grave (2001)
Ne Vivam (2003)
Reason (2004)
Giving Yourself Away (2007)
Mors Viri (2013)

Interviews

Interview with Officium Triste (2004-08-19).

Misc

Vocalist Pim Blankenstein is one of the most active promoters of Doom-metal in The Netherlands and is also the driving force behind the Dutch Doom Day festival. The 2003 Vinyl release of 'Ne Vivam' is a Gatefold re-release.

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