"Stormchoirs" was released January 1999 in Europe and Japan. After that Kim left the band and Robert took the mic aswell. Later that year Invasion Records collapsed and Skymning stood without a label with a new album to record. So they went back to Los Angered and recorded a demo named "Demo-99" to sent to some labels.
It was not released. Things did not work out the way they planned and Sebastian left the band. After a break they started working on a new album heading in a different direction towards a more industrial sound. They signed with Blackend Records (UK) and Ola's brother Stefan (ex. Inverted, Immersed in Blood") joined on the bass.
They went to StudioMega and producer Chistian Silver in autumn 2001 and recorded "Artificial Supernova" which was released in beginning of 2002. In summer 2003 they went back to StudioMega and recorded their third album called "Machina Genova" but it was not released until April 2004. In the beginnng of 2005 Erik Ljungkvist (ex. Arise) joined Skymning as a vocalist.
The band has been inactive since summer 2005. Line up: on "At the fields of Megiddo" and "Stormchoirs": Kim Andreasson (R.I.P.) - Vocals Johannes Åberg - Guitars Robert Tyborn Axt - Guitars Sebastian Aronsson - Bass Ola Lundberg - Drums on "Demo-99": Johannes Åberg - Guitars Robert Tyborn Axt - Guitars, Vocals Sebastian Aronsson - Bass Ola Lundberg - Drums on "Artificial Supernova": Robert Tyborn Axt - Guitars, Bass, Vocals Johannes Åberg - Guitar Ola Lundberg - Drums Stefan Lundberg - Bass on 2 tracks, Additional Vocals on "Machina Genova": Robert Tybon Axt - Guitars, Vocals Johannes Åberg - Guitars Stefan Lundberg - Bass Ola Lundberg - Drums ________________________ Rest in Peace Kim Andreasson 1982 - 2007 ===================== 2. Skymning is a bedroom music producer located in Wellington. Using basic loops and melodies, Skymning has released various EPs and remixes via his Soundcloud and Bandcamp pages. Read more on Last.fm.
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