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Uroboros

Uroboros

Uroboros


The name "Uroboros" can refer to two different musical projects: 1) Uroboros is a death/sludge metal band from Argentina, formed in 2012 by Ignacio Elías Rosner and Sebastian Ferreyra. The duo started as a raw and heavily death-influenced sludge band, but through the years, they adopted a more personal and progressive style of music, incorporating elements from gothic rock, shoegaze, post-rock and avant-garde to their approach. Their debut LP "Deiphagomega" was critically acclaimed Read more on Last.fm
The name "Uroboros" can refer to two different musical projects: 1) Uroboros is a death/sludge metal band from Argentina, formed in 2012 by Ignacio Elías Rosner and Sebastian Ferreyra. The duo started as a raw and heavily death-influenced sludge band, but through the years, they adopted a more personal and progressive style of music, incorporating elements from gothic rock, shoegaze, post-rock and avant-garde to their approach. Their debut LP "Deiphagomega" was critically acclaimed, being labeled as "state of the art metal music" by the specialized media. The follow-up, a mini-LP titled "धर्मपरिणाम", was also praised as a "rupturist" album, ranked among the best regional albums of 2016. As of 2017, they have over 9 official releases and are currently about to release their second LP. 2) UROBOROS (ウロボロス) is a Japanese visual kei band, formed in 2015 by Kurose Keisuke (ex-Asriel). Members: Kurose Keisuke (黒瀬圭亮) - Composer/Manipulate (ex-Asriel) Kamiki Aya (上木彩矢) - Vocals Ohmura Takayoshi (大村孝佳) - Guitar (C4) Nakamura Taizo (中村泰造) - Bass (ex-cune) Sasabuchi Hiroshi (笹渕啓史) - Drums (ex-Plastic Tree) 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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