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Aesma Daeva

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1996
Genre:
Operatic Symphonic Metal
Lyrical themes:
Ancient Times, Mythologies, Darkness, Beauty
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1996-present
Aesma Daeva is a Persian angelic figure whose name means "shining one".

The band's guitarist, Earl Root, was the owner and operator of the highly regarded Twin Cities based Root of All Evil Records company and former distro. Earl was also the radio host of a weekly metal radio show "The Root of all Evil" on the St. Paul KFAI radio broadcast on 90.3 for more than 20 years.
Current
John Prassas Guitars (1996-present)
Tim Klatt Drums (2003-present)
Chris Quinn Bass, Cello (2005-present)
See also: ex-Plague of Stars
Lori Lewis Vocals (2006-present)
See also: Therion, ex-Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen (live)
Past
Eden Taylor Bass
Craig Ohren Drums
Theresa Hanley Violin
Francisco de la Rosa IV Violin
Chad Lewison Guitars (1999, 2002)
Julia Ellison Piano (1999, 2002)
Nick Copernicus Programming (1999-2000)
Mary Stilp Violin (1999)
Rebecca Cords Vocals (1999-2002)
Danielle Lang Vocals (1999)
Molly Poessehl Flute (2002)
Andrea Vieth Flute (2002)
Earl Root Guitars (2002-2008)
(R.I.P. 2008) See also: ex-Disturbed
Carolyn Barber Horns (2002)
James Wheat Trombone (2002)
Kaylynn Brown Trumpet (2002)
Adena Brumer Vocals (2002)
Melissa "Missy" Ferlaak Vocals (2002-2005)
See also: Plague of Stars, MY Eternel, ex-Echoterra, ex-Visions of Atlantis, ex-Adyta
Sarah Williamson Vocals (2002)
John Prassas Guitars (1996-present)
Tim Klatt Drums (2003-present)
Chris Quinn Bass, Cello (2005-present)
See also: ex-Plague of Stars
Lori Lewis Vocals (2006-present)
See also: Therion, ex-Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen (live)
Eden Taylor Bass
Craig Ohren Drums
Theresa Hanley Violin
Francisco de la Rosa IV Violin
Chad Lewison Guitars (1999, 2002)
Julia Ellison Piano (1999, 2002)
Nick Copernicus Programming (1999-2000)
Mary Stilp Violin (1999)
Rebecca Cords Vocals (1999-2002)
Danielle Lang Vocals (1999)
Molly Poessehl Flute (2002)
Andrea Vieth Flute (2002)
Earl Root Guitars (2002-2008)
(R.I.P. 2008) See also: ex-Disturbed
Carolyn Barber Horns (2002)
James Wheat Trombone (2002)
Kaylynn Brown Trumpet (2002)
Adena Brumer Vocals (2002)
Melissa "Missy" Ferlaak Vocals (2002-2005)
See also: Plague of Stars, MY Eternel, ex-Echoterra, ex-Visions of Atlantis, ex-Adyta
Sarah Williamson Vocals (2002)
Added by: Morrigan Modified by: Stormrider
Added on: 2002-08-10 06:14:24 Last modified on: 2014-10-20 18:24:29
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