Eventually demos for the songs “Mountain” and “Rising From The Abyss” were recorded creating the foundation of their sound. Blending the darker elements of metal with the melodic, the duo continued to construct demos for their first full-length album. Covering all instrumentation between the two members Tempel went into the studio in 2009 to start the recording for their debut full length “On The Steps Of The Temple”. In 2012 the duo completed the album and self released it digitally to positive feedback and reviews.
In 2013 Tempel signed with Prosthetic Records who will re-release “On The Steps Of The Temple” physically and digitally worldwide on January 21, 2014. 2. Tempel (aka Simon Enarsson) is a modern art pop singer from Sweden who has been active since 2001, when he recorded the famous cover of "Some girls are bigger than others" by The Smiths, which later Nisse Bergman remixed for the dance floor charts. The following years he spent deepely devoted to his fencing career but in the early spring of 2006 he got involved once again with DJ Nisse Bergman. After adding Erik Öberg and Stellan Nilsson to their new band, they started recording as The Nisse Bergman Experince.
Read more at http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Enarsson or http://www.tempel.has.it/ 3. Tempel is a doom metal trio consisting of the Gjermundsrød brothers from Andebu, Vestfold, Norway. Kjetil (Kvelertak) plays the drums, Espen wields the guitar and Inge lays down the bass and vocals. They also bring on Andreas Espolin Johnsen as a live guitarist.
The band saw its light in Christmas 2011, and they are expected to release their debut album during spring 2015. 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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