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Dibbukim

Country of origin:
Sweden
Location:
Lund
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2009
Genre:
Yiddish Folk Metal
Lyrical themes:
Jewish Folklore
Current label:
Grand Master Music
Years active:
2009-present
In Jewish mythology, a dybbuk (Yiddish: דיבוק) is a malicious possessing spirit believed to be the dislocated soul of a dead person.
Current
Niklas Olniansky Vocals (2009-present)
See also: Veritate, ex-Broken Dagger, ex-Folkearth
Ida Olniansky Vocals (2009-present)
Gustaf Hagel Bass (2013-present)
See also: Yggdrasil, ex-Broken Dagger
Alexander Danielsson Drums (2013-present)
Annika Argerich Keyboards (2013-present)
See also: StoneLake, Veritate, ex-Cult Disciples
Benny Olsson Guitars (2014-present)
See also: Yggdrasil
Past
Magnus Wohlfart Guitars, Bass, Keyboards (2009-2012)
See also: Yggdrasil, Pandemonium (live), Nae'blis, Vanmakt, ex-Broken Dagger, ex-Anti-Christian Assault, ex-Lömska Planer, ex-Wohlfart, ex-Folkearth, ex-Trymheim
Jacob Blecher Drums (2011-2013)
See also: Pandemonium, Yggdrasil
Past (Live)
Dan Awi Rozenberg Guitars (2013)
Niklas Olniansky Vocals (2009-present)
See also: Veritate, ex-Broken Dagger, ex-Folkearth
Ida Olniansky Vocals (2009-present)
Gustaf Hagel Bass (2013-present)
See also: Yggdrasil, ex-Broken Dagger
Alexander Danielsson Drums (2013-present)
Annika Argerich Keyboards (2013-present)
See also: StoneLake, Veritate, ex-Cult Disciples
Benny Olsson Guitars (2014-present)
See also: Yggdrasil
Magnus Wohlfart Guitars, Bass, Keyboards (2009-2012)
See also: Yggdrasil, Pandemonium (live), Nae'blis, Vanmakt, ex-Broken Dagger, ex-Anti-Christian Assault, ex-Lömska Planer, ex-Wohlfart, ex-Folkearth, ex-Trymheim
Jacob Blecher Drums (2011-2013)
See also: Pandemonium, Yggdrasil
Past
Dan Awi Rozenberg Guitars (2013)
Added by: Lord_Lexy Modified by: theunrelentingattack
Added on: 2011-04-25 03:59:13 Last modified on: 2014-02-19 19:25:47
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