In the fall of 2008 they won studio time by beating out 18 other bands, and the CD that came as a result, entitled Never Look Back was released independently in April 2009. The CD reserved very favorable reviews from various metal websites and organizations, though the band has cited dissatisfaction with several aspects of the release. After their third period of down-time the band is currently seeking a new bassist to replace long-standing member Chad Hontz, working on a lot of brand new music, and ready to get back into the music scene. Line-up: Jeff Teets - All Guitars, Keyboards, Backing Vocals (September 2004 - Present) Sarah Teets - lead Vocals, Keyboards (September 2004 - Present) Kalin Schweizerhof - Drums (September - October 2004, January 2007 - March 2009, April 2010 - Present) Past Members: Chad Hontz - Bass (November 2005 - February 2010) John Wesolowski - Guitars, Backing Vocals (September 2004 - October 2007) Nick Andreas - Drums (November 2004 - July 2006) Joe Marvin - Drums (April - October 2009) 2) Necromance was a Christian gothic metal band from Spremberg, Germany, formed in 1987, disbanded in 2002. Originally signed to Morbid Records as a death metal act and later signed to Pleitegeier Records after changing the music style, the band built a reputation in the underground scenes touring with groups such as Demigod.
Necromance released two albums in the 1990s: White Gothic (1997) and Wiederkehr der Schmerzen (1999). Their 2001 album Tribulation Force showcased a strong industrial metal influence. The band has toured Europe, and performed on notable European festivals such as Freakstock in Germany. Their two latest albums were well-received by magazines such as Rock Hard and Metal Heart.
The band leader Runhardt Scheffler typically writes lyrics about the End Times. Line-up: Runhardt Scheffler - vocals, guitar Raphaela Poltermann - vocals René Schwulera - synthesizer Jean Schulze - drums Former members: Mike Winkler - guitar Sandra Bogdan - vocals Mike Petrick - vocals, bass Mario Eckert - bass 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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