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Tiamat



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647 fans
Also known as Treblinka (1988 - 1989)

Country: Sweden
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 1988

1989-1992 Death metal
1993- Atmospheric gothic metal

Line-up

1988-  Johan Edlund - vocals, guitars
1994-  Lars Sköld - drums
1996-  Anders Iwers - bass
2012-  Roger Öjersson - lead guitar, keyboards, mandolin, backing vocals
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1988-1990  Anders Holmberg - drums
1988-1990  Stefan Lagergren - guitars
1988-1992  Jörgen Thullberg - bass
1990-1994  Niklas Ekstrand - drums
1990-1994  Thomas Wyreson - guitars
› 1996-2008  -//-
1992-1994  Kenneth Roos - keyboards
1992-1996  Johnny Hagel - bass
1994-1995  P A Danielsson - keyboards
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2002-2009  Martin Brändström - keyboards
2004-2005  Fredrik Åkesson - guitars
2008  Johan Niemann - guitars
› 2016-  -//-
2009  Joost Van Den Broek - keyboards
2011-2012  Joakim Svalberg - keyboards
2011-2012  Roger Öjersson - guitars
2014-2016  Rikard Zander - keyboards
2016-  Gustaf Hielm - bass
2017-  Carl Westholm - keyboards
2017-  Thomas Wyreson - guitars
1991  Waldemar Sorychta - keyboards
› 1994  -//-
1991  Jonas Malmsten - keyboards
1994  Magnus Sahlgren - guitars
1997  Sami Yli-Sirniö - sitar
1997  Birgit Zacher - vocals
1997  Dirk Draeger - keyboards
1999  Stefan Gerbe - piano
1999  Jessica Andree - vocals
1999  Andrea Schwartz - vocals
1999  Nicole Bolley - vocals
2002  Peter Tägtgren - additional vocals
2002  Henrik Bergqvist - guitars
2002  Martin Brändström - keyboards
2012  Gus G. - guitar solo

Latest reviews

At first I was excited. Overly so. I mean, a new Tiamat album is up for grabs. Once again it's taken the band a long time for another release to come out. I listened, and I liked what I heard. Then, after a while, I was considerably less enthusiastic about it, which is not to say outright disinterested. Now, after even more time has passed I'm wallowing in the territories of "Aw, shit, I don't know..."
Review by Ivor ››
"It's been a long time but we are back again..." A quote from an opening track "The Temple of the Crescent Moon" of the new Tiamat album "Amanethes" says in short what needs saying. After five years Tiamat have returned...
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A year ago I was ecstatic when Tiamat announced that they will be releasing a DVD of one of their gigs. I was glad for the opportunity to see a performance of the band that I love. By the release date I became somewhat hesitant but knew I shouldn't...
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Prey
9.2
Many years have passed since Johan Edlund formed a band bearing the name of the Sumerian God of War, Tiamat, and throughout the years he didn't remain static to a sound but explored many and different soundscapes, releasing monumental and influencial...
Review by KwonVerge ››

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