So the band decided for Demonicide. This one comes from a biblical scripture in Mark, chapter 16, verses 17 and 18 where Jesus says that through His Name, we’ll cast out demons. There came Demonicide. Demoniciduth came to have a stronger Black Metal appeal. After the desertion of the drummer, one of the guitarists replaced him and at this precise moment the band chose to take nicknames taken from the Bible, and it appeared this way: Ashtaroth-Karnaïm (vocals), Taanak (bass, vocals), Nahalal (guitars) & Kisloth (drums).
Unfortunately, after a short time Kisloth left & Genezareth took his position. With that same line-up, Demoniciduth released in 1999 a demotape “Pre-Release” with a limited budget. In March 2000, Genezareth left the band and Demoniciduth stopped after many researches to call its future in question before God. Then came Nahum on drums in August 2000, as well as one of his friends, Haroscheth, as second guitarist. In December 2000 after composing songs rapidly, the band decided to record “Post Tenebras Lux”, its first CD-EP recorded with a better budget, this time in a professional studio.
After the release of the CD-EP, for lack of time, Nahalal quitted Demoniciduth and Jéhu took his place for a short time. Then came in December 2001 Hazaël, instead of Nahum. March 2002, Haroscheth left and the band was on hiatus. Ashtaroth-Karnaïm stopped, while Lemekh came on guitars. During January and April 2003, Demoniciduth returned to the studio to record "Dogs of antichrist", as a Split-CD with the brazilian Christian Death Metal band Sabbatariam.
The band played on November 2003 at the CRA (Renens, Switzerland) as well as they played the "Elements of Rock" Christian Metal Festival (Uster, Switzerland) on March 2004, along with bands like: Sacrificium, Drottnar, Frosthardr and Immortal Souls. After that, Lemekh and Hazaël quitted definitely the gang. Recently Demoniciduth has changed their style to death metal in the vein of Mortification. In 2011 the band released the EP "The Valley of Decision." The album's lyrics deal with the state of Israel and Christianity's attitude toward it. To close out the EP the band covered Mortification's song "Blood Sacrifice." Read more on Last.fm.
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