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1992-  Kristoffer Rygg - vocals
1998-  Tore Ylwizaker - programming
2002-  Jørn H. Sværen - drums
2017-  Ole Aleksander Halstensgård - electronics
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1992-1994  A. Reza - guitars
1992-1994  Grellmund - guitars
1992-1997  Håvard Jørgensen - guitars, keyboards
1993  Czral - drums, percussions
1994-1995  Aismal - guitars
› 1997  -//- keyboards
1994-1998  AiwarikiaR - drums, flutes
1994-1998  Skoll - bass
1998  Knut Magne Valle - guitars
2009-2017  Daniel O'Sullivan - guitars, bass, keyboards
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1993  Robin Malmberg - bass
1993-1994  Lill Katherine Stensrud - flute, vocals
1994-1995  Steinar Johnsen - piano
1995-1996  Alf Gaaskjønli - cello
2000  Bård Guldvik Eithun - drums
2000  Øystein Moe - bass
2000  Rolf Erik - saxophone
2000  Ivar H. - drums
2000  Kåre J. - drums
2002  Stine Grytøyr - vocals
2005  Czral - drums
2005  Knut Aalefjaer - drums
2005  Maja S. K. Ratkje - choir
2005  Andreas Mjos - vibraphone
2005  Jeff Gauthier - violins
2005  Bosse - guitar
2011  Ole Aleksander Halstensgård - electronics
› 2013  -//-
› 2016  -//-
2011-2022  Anders Møller - percussions
2009-2017  Ole Aleksander Halstensgård - electronics
1996  Jan Axel Blomberg - drums
1998  Tomas Thormodsæter Haugen - vocals
1998  Ihsahn - vocals
1998  Fenriz - vocals
2005  Mike Keneally - guitar
2005  Håvard Jørgensen - guitar
2007  André Orvik - violin
2007  Dorthe Dreier - viola
2007  Vegard Johnsen - violin
2007  Mathias Eick - trumpet
2007  Christian Fennesz - shimmer
2007  Espen Jørgensen - guitar
2007  Pamelia Kurstin - theremin
2007  Hans Josef Groh - cello
2011  Attila Gábor Csihar - vocals
2012  Czral - bass
2017  Drekka Dag - saxophone


Latest reviews

Plenty of artists have dabbled with dark ambient, but few have become as synonymous with the genre the way that Lustmord did. And out of all genres, dark ambient has been one that metal has interwoven with quite often. Now, the metal world celebrates that.
Review by RaduP ››
If you’re like me, you’ve recently exited the newest Halloween film feeling somewhat disappointed. Not totally cheated, just frowning slightly. Fortunately, there’s an orange lining hiding behind that storm cloud… because this Halloween kills.
Review by ScreamingSteelUS ››
I'd say there are three types of live albums. The first is the usual performance (or compilation of performances) from the last tour where the band plays the hits. Then there is the rarer performance where the band plays an entire record in full. And then there is the even more special performance where the band commissions new material or completely reinterprets old one. Ulver seem to dabble a lot in the latter lately.
Review by RaduP ››
All great songs are either about love or the apocalypse in some way. Sometimes both.
Review by RaduP ››
If Ulver were one of the X Men characters, they'd easily be Mystique. Ever changing, always in a state of flux, and able to morph their identity with incredible ease. When we last left off, Ulver dropped that "Zodiac Album" with the unpronounceable title. Highly psychedelic, jammy, and meditative, if you know the band and what they're all about by now, you know there's only one thing you can ever expect next out of them: the unexpected.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››
Within the realm of experimentation in the metal genre, Sunn O))) and Ulver need little introduction. Both have consistently pushed boundaries over the past decade, the latter barely even being metal anymore at this point. So really, it was only a matter of time before some sort of joint effort between them spawned in 2014's Terrestrials, which can only be described as a complete and natural synthesis of the parties involved.
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