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Zerivana

Zerivana

Zerivana


Everything started back in 1999 when, inspired by "Slavic Mythology - the Book of the Bison" by Czesław Białczyński, I decided to create my own vision of the ancient Slavic fantasy world. At the beginning Zerivana was only living as a poetry - until 2004 when I recorded the first demo "Zrodzony w Przedczasie" that was issued only as a several copies that I gave to my friends. Apart from Zerivana I was an active member of the bands like Eternal Ruin, Fortision or Signum Triste that were priorities for me at that time. Read more on Last.fm
Everything started back in 1999 when, inspired by "Slavic Mythology - the Book of the Bison" by Czesław Białczyński, I decided to create my own vision of the ancient Slavic fantasy world. At the beginning Zerivana was only living as a poetry - until 2004 when I recorded the first demo "Zrodzony w Przedczasie" that was issued only as a several copies that I gave to my friends. Apart from Zerivana I was an active member of the bands like Eternal Ruin, Fortision or Signum Triste that were priorities for me at that time. After the first of them ceased to exist, after leaving the second one and because of the silence that crawled among the realm of Signum Triste, Zerivana became my main medium and the way of expression.

"Velesvarun" is the first longplay of the band, hopefully - not the only one. Zerivana is the tale of the greatness of mankind, a tale about the children of Zerivans, the first people who were born in Koliba at the dawn of time. Velesvarun - Veles, Svarog, Perun! Zerivan 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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