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Robert Yench

Robert Yench

Real/full name:
Robert Yench
Place of origin:
United States (Campbell Hall/Middletown ny)


Robert Yench spent his earliest years growing up in New York City until his family moved to upstate New York in his pre teens. He quickly demonstrated a fondness for heavy metal music through Black Sabbath which soon evolved into the heavier end of the spectrum. His first band of any significance was a thrash band called Volitile Zylog which formed in 1989 and released a demo in 1990. Feeling ...


Also plays/played in:
- Exile


Bass (2012-present)


Bass (2001-present)

2003 Cadaveric Displays of Ghoulish Ghastliness Vocals (backing), Bass
2011 Back from the Funeral Bass, Lyrics
2013 Pile and Burn / Cadaverous Crawls to Putrefact (Split) Bass

Morpheus Descends

Guitars (1992-1997, 2005, 2013-present)

1992 Ritual of Infinity Guitars (as "Rob Yench")
1994 Chronicles of the Shadowed Ones (EP) Guitars
1997 Forbidden Path of Unthinkable Evil (Demo) Guitars, Bass
1997 The Horror of the Truth (EP) Guitars


As Proctor Gidim Xul:
Bass (2009-present)

2009 All Shall Worship Me in Despair (Single) Bass
2010 Grand Molesters of the Holy Trinity Bass



1996 What Rides on the Wind (Demo) Guitars
1997 Blackened Rewards of Blasphemy (Demo) Guitars


Bass (1998-2001)

2000 The Infernal Storm Bass, Lyrics
2001 Live - Blasphemy in Brazil Tour 2001 (Live album) Bass


Guitars (1990-1992)

1991 Accelerated Decrepitude (Demo) Guitars
1991 Adipocere (EP) Guitars
1992 Corpse Under Glass (Demo) Guitars

Volitile Zylog

Guitars (1989-1990)

1990 Of Unknown Origin (Demo) Guitars (as "Yench")


2011 Back from the Funeral Engineering (as "Xul")
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