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Night Sky

Night Sky

Night Sky


NightSky was a depressive black metal project from the United States, formed by Skog (Herici, Wolfrache) in 2004. The project collaborated with a small handfull of musicians online. Beginning originally in Florida, Skog relocated to Alaska for a period of time, then back to Florida. While the founding member was in Alaska in 2008, and Dispater was still in Florida, the recordings for 'The Snow Glows In My Veins' were completed by Dispater and Skog. Read more on Last.fm
NightSky was a depressive black metal project from the United States, formed by Skog (Herici, Wolfrache) in 2004. The project collaborated with a small handfull of musicians online. Beginning originally in Florida, Skog relocated to Alaska for a period of time, then back to Florida. While the founding member was in Alaska in 2008, and Dispater was still in Florida, the recordings for 'The Snow Glows In My Veins' were completed by Dispater and Skog.

The tracks were never released officially until 2009 when promotional copies of the planned EP were mailed to a few international labels; 'The Snow Glows In My Veins' was released the following year on both cassette tape by Depressive Illusions Records and then on cd by Svartgalgh Records. Both versions of the release featured different artwork, but the same tracklisting. This is the final release by NightSky. Other releases: - Sorrow, demo tape 2005 - The Endless Black Light, 7" vinyl EP Official Website: www.nightskysorrow.webs.com Official Contact: Azgoriith@yahoo.com 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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