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Lacrimas Profundere

203 fans
Also known as Dark Eternity (1993)

Country: Germany
Label: Oblivion (GER)

Links: Official Website
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Formed in: 1993

1993-Gothic metal
1993-2002Gothic doom metal
2002-Gothic rock
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1993-  Oliver Nikolas Schmid - guitars
2010-2013  Dominik Scholz - drums
› 2018-  -//-
2018-  Julian Larre - vocals
2019-  Ilker Ersin - bass
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1993-2007  Christopher Schmid - vocals
1994-1999  Markus Lapper - bass
1995-1996  Anja Hötzendorfer - violin, vocals
1995-1997  Eva Stöger - flute, keyboards
1996  Christian Greisberger - drums
1996-2002  Marco Praschberger - guitars
1996-2007  Christian Steiner - keyboards
1997-1999  Stefan Eireiner - drums
1999  Lorenz Gehmacher - drums
1999-2005  Willi Wurm - drums
2000-2003  Rico Galvagno - bass
2002-2005  Christian Freitsmiedl - guitars
2003-2007  Daniel Lechner - bass
2005-2018  Tony Berger - guitars
2007-2010  Peter Müller - bass
2007-2018  Rob Vitacca - vocals
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2007  Peter Müller - vocals
1996  Manu Ehrlich - guitars
1997  Ursula Riedl - harp
2001  Alev - vocals

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Well oh well, Lacrimas Profundere is one of those bands that have covered the essence of melancholy in various aspects throughout their 15 year old discography. But what is in the past remains in the past and their early doom/death releases or the later...
Review by KwonVerge ››
If you want to give the name of a real polemical band, Lacrimas Profundere will probably be a good choice. Worshiped by the metalhead community for two of its releases, "Memorandum" and "Burning: A Wish", the band is not so popular...
Review by Jeff ››
Lacrimas Profundere once were an utterly interesting romantic doom/death metal band with marvellous orchestral references in their sound, something that was quite obvious in their very strong debut album "...And The Wings Embraced Us", their...
Review by KwonVerge ››
Lacrimas Profundere, I met this band with their previous release, the turning point of their sound, "Fall, I will follow", and I can say I was really excited with the way they were flirting with gothic metal. After "Fall, I will follow"...
Review by KwonVerge ››
It happens quite often that a band change their music a bit, to evolve, but it's more rare that bands change their direction totally, from one genre to another, and it's even fewer that can keep any of their fans by doing it.
I don't know...
Review by Malcolm ››

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