They have achieved some distinction within those genres, particularly following the success of their second and third albums, 'The Winter of Constantinople' (2005) and 'Vondel's Lucifer: First Movement' (2006). Key H.E.R.R. idiosyncrasies include Troy Southgate wearing a striped football shirt to perform 'Hopes Die in Winter' whilst Miklos Hoffer is known to yell down a megaphone during live renditions of 'Zachte Heelmeesters'. The overall style of the group tends to be dark suits or military jackets with shirts and ties. Troy Southgate has performed vocals for Seelenlicht (Germany), Horologium (Poland), Von Thronstahl (Germany), The Days of the Trumpet Call (Germany), Survival Unit (Sweden), Sagittarius (Germany), Across The Rubicon (Poland), Funerary Call (Canada), Sala Delle Colonne (Portugal), Erich Zahn (Netherlands), Desert Divinity (Italy), Ollin (Poland/US) and Elvatorium (Poland/US). Michiel Spapé has a side-project called Mirrori. Collaborators Oskar van Dijk (cello) Inge Boot (trumpet) Maria Southgate (backing vocals) Richard Leviathan (Ostara - backing vocals) Holger Fiala (Belborn - backing vocals) Dev (While Angels Watch - backing vocals) Cornelius Waldner (Sagittarius - flute) Reinier Jansen (live percussion) Christien Havranek (live percussion). Discography Es regnet das Leben heraus (2004, CD, Were-di!) The Winter of Constantinople (2005, CD-R, Cynfeirdd) The Winter Of Constantinople (2005, Picture-LP, Cynfeirdd) The Winter Of Constantinople (2005, CD, Cold Spring) Vondel's Lucifer (2006, CD, Cold Spring) Fire and Glass: A Norwood Tragedy (2007, MCD, Cold Spring) XII Caesars (2009, CD, Cold Spring) 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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