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1998-  Phorgath - bass, vocals
1998-  Olve J.LW - guitars, vocals
2011-  Jonas Sanders - drums
2015-  Peter Verwimp - guitars
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1999-2004  Khapth - drums
2002-2004  Zykorph - guitars
2005-2006  Glaurung - drums
2005-2006  Naergut - guitars
2006-2011  Antoine - drums
2006-2015  Philippe Angelo Pieters - guitars
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2002-2004  Franck Lorent - vocals
2007  Naergut - guitars
2007  Tomasz "Tom Horn" Rożek - synthesizer
2007  Juliette C. Carion - vocals
2012  Ivan Galasse - saxophone

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Emptiness left their death metal husk. What's left is Vide.
Review by RaduP ››
In 2014, the Belgians in Emptiness threw out Nothing But The Whole, a thundering album of black and death metal that combined the two quite seamlessly, with a delicious sense of atmosphere to boot. Being almost universally praised in underground metal circles, how exactly does the band follow up such a powerhouse release? Easy: by going for something different.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››
There's been a lot of blackened death craziness being served up lately in our beloved metal genre. Within the past two years especially, it seems like the style has been seeing a return to form of sorts, with the likes of Bölzer, Teitanblood, Diocletian and others dishing out albums that are pleasantly old school, yet with a delicious modern twist. Of all these bands, however, it is probably Belgium's Emptiness who stand as the most immersing and emotive of them all. Their 2014 album encapsulates this idea perhaps better than ever before, and is nothing short of excellent.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››

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