Several members of the band went on to join or form other notable bands such as Zegota, Paint It Black, Requiem, 3 Inches Of Blood, Trial, Neptune, Undying, Walls of Jericho and Cathode. Catharsis briefly reunited in January of 2013 for a series of four shows and to issue the definitive Catharsis box-set "Light from a Dead Star". Catharsis took appreciable influence from Integrity, Neurosis, His Hero Is Gone, Breakdown, Starkweather, Amebix, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Diamanda Galás, GISM, Refused and the early demo recordings of Belgian hardcore band, Negate. The dark, reggae-styled song, 'Deserts Without Mirages' on the album, Passion, is perhaps a reflection of the singer's appreciation for Peter Tosh. The song's lyrics borrow from the spoken word passages in the Godspeed You! Black Emperor song 'The Dead Flag Blues'. Passion album also samples from Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man. 2.
Catharsis, a russian power metal band that releases their albums in two editions: in russian and in english, was founded in Moscow in 1996. In early works their sound was more similar to doom metal, but in their second album, Febris Erotica, they turned to the style of symphonic power metal. In 2002 Oleg "Mission" Mishin, experienced guitar and flute player, joined Catharsis and became their main songwriter in next albums: "Imago"(2003) and "Wings"(2005). Many lyrics on this albums are written by Margarita Pushkina, a poetess who writes lyrics for metal bands such as Aria, Kipelov, Mavrik. In 2006 Catharsis was awarded Russian Alternative Music Prize as Best russian metal band. 3.
Catharsis was a French art band who released albums during the 1970's. Their first album, "Masq" (1971), was a mixture of formless chanting, hypnotic melodies, prominent percussion, Arabic styles, and experimental songcraft. They would release 4 more albums, with the latter 3 exploring slightly different sounds. 4. Catharsis the Americal technical power metal band was formed in San Diego CA in 1992.
They signed to Nordic Records and released their debut album "Pathways to Wholeness". Although it was critically acclaimed they never became popular and faded into oblivion leaving only that one album as their legacy. 5. Catharsis was a Deathcore band from Wiscasset, Maine (now Periodic Plague).
Their myspace is www.myspace.com/periodicplague 6. Catharsis was a Technical Death/Jazz metal band formed in Poland (Tychy) in 1992. They released a 6-song demo named "Your Truth" in 1993 and a full-length album "Bitter Disdain" in 1995. Now the bass player/singer Adam Mamok has some plans to make a band reunion. 7.
Band from Moldova, with 2 members, known from songs like "Vino" and "Fata draga". 8. Catharsis are a band from Derby, England who play Heavy Progressive Rock 9. Catharsis are israeli Deathcore band. 10. Catharsis, a French death industrial/dark ambient project by Pascal Bourdon, probably best known for the split CD with Drape Excrement, "Homo Homini Lupus", on Malignant Records' Black Plagve side label. 11.
Catharsis is a young rapper from Prairie Village, Kansas whose raps relate his high school years. 12. Catharsis is an Indonesian Technical Death Metal formed in January 2010, Catharsis gradually transformed into a serious musical concern, fusing grindcore and metal inclinations into an eclectic, indefinable musical soup. With their totally different musical background they decided to make a Metal band. They will bring you the most unholy trinity of audio violence to hear.
So just wait and see! http://www.myspace.com/catharsisindo 13. Catharsis is a Drum & Bass and Dubstep producer from South West London, as well as the managing director of Lifestyle Recordings. 14. Catharsis was a death/thrash metal band from Belgium. During the bands lifespan they recoded a single demo, "Souvenirs of a Past Existence " which was released in 1995. Read more on Last.fm.
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