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Dantalion

Dantalion

Dantalion


Dantalion was formed in Vigo, Spain, in mid 2004 by Naemoth, Neztja and Zeukram after the split-up of their previous band, completing the line-up with Maiestas. They began to write their first songs and playing their first live shows, with a good response from the audience. In mid 2005 Dantalion hits Oceano Studios to make their first recording, “When the Ravens Fly Over Me”, with 7 songs and a total time over 46 min. They extract three songs from this recording to conform a promo in order to present it to labels and media worldwide Read more on Last.fm
Dantalion was formed in Vigo, Spain, in mid 2004 by Naemoth, Neztja and Zeukram after the split-up of their previous band, completing the line-up with Maiestas. They began to write their first songs and playing their first live shows, with a good response from the audience. In mid 2005 Dantalion hits Oceano Studios to make their first recording, “When the Ravens Fly Over Me”, with 7 songs and a total time over 46 min. They extract three songs from this recording to conform a promo in order to present it to labels and media worldwide, receiving a deal to release their first album and getting good reviews. After the recording of the album, bass player Maiestas decides to leave the band, entering Thorgrim as a permanent replacement, completing the current line-up, Zeukram-vocals, Netzja-guitars, Naemoth-drums and Thorgrim-bass. Their first album was released by the German label Det Germanske Folket, and the band has prepared a new American edition through Concreto Records. Currently the band is doing some concerts to present their first album and writing new songs for the second recording. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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