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Erevos

Country of origin:
Greece
Location:
Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2004
Genre:
Melodic Black/Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Satanism, Darkness, Greek Mythology
Current label:
Orkestral Promenade Productions
Years active:
2004-present
Not to be confused with Erevos, dark ambient, also from Greece.

Formed in 2004 by Growler, Tisiphone and Kerberus.

L-Drac appeared as "Hunter" on the first Erevos demo.
Silmour joined the band as a session guitarist after the release of the first demo. He participated in the recording of their second demo as a session guitarist and also contributed to some parts of the songs. He left the ...
Current
Growler Bass, Vocals
See also: ex-Frozen Glare (live)
Tek Drums
Abraxas Guitars
See also: Incest in Heaven, ex-Rotting Flesh
Pias Guitars
Tisiphoni Keyboards
Past
L-Drac Drums
See also: ex-Leachim, ex-Frozen Glare, ex-Necrorgasm, ex-Shadowcraft, ex-Witchcurse, ex-Conspiracy, ex-Tomb of... (live)
Decomposer Guitars
Shangton Guitars
See also: ex-Shadowcraft
George Julius Guitars
See also: ex-Crucifix, ex-Regent, ex-Mors in Tabula
Kerberus Guitars (2004-2005)
Silmour Guitars (2006-2007)
See also: ex-Frozen Glare, ex-Leachim
Shadowstorm Guitars (2006)
Growler Bass, Vocals
See also: ex-Frozen Glare (live)
Tek Drums
Abraxas Guitars
See also: Incest in Heaven, ex-Rotting Flesh
Pias Guitars
Tisiphoni Keyboards
L-Drac Drums
See also: ex-Leachim, ex-Frozen Glare, ex-Necrorgasm, ex-Shadowcraft, ex-Witchcurse, ex-Conspiracy, ex-Tomb of... (live)
Decomposer Guitars
Shangton Guitars
See also: ex-Shadowcraft
George Julius Guitars
See also: ex-Crucifix, ex-Regent, ex-Mors in Tabula
Kerberus Guitars (2004-2005)
Silmour Guitars (2006-2007)
See also: ex-Frozen Glare, ex-Leachim
Shadowstorm Guitars (2006)
Added by: Scizzgoth Modified by: dagongr
Added on: 2006-01-22 04:32:49 Last modified on: 2014-07-31 10:34:16
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