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The Cold Existence

Country of origin:
Sweden
Location:
Gothenburg
Status:
On hold
Formed in:
1998
Genre:
Melodic Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Pain, Loneliness, Despair
Last label:
Pulverised Records
Years active:
1998-1999 (as Cold)
Formed in 1998 under the name Cold, then changed name to The Cold Existence in 1999.
Jan Sallander is the only founding member of the band.
Last known
Peter Laustsen Bass
See also: When Nothing Remains, ex-Nox Aurea, ex-Rimfrost
Robin Lindström Guitars
See also: ex-Vanishing System
Jan Sallander Vocals, Guitars (1998-present)
See also: When Nothing Remains, ex-Nox Aurea
Past
Patrik Syk Bass, Vocals
Joakim Antonsson Drums (?-2010)
See also: Death Tyrant, Nox Aurea, Trident, Altar of Sacrifice
Jimmie Olausson Drums
Björn Eriksson Drums
See also: Leif Edling
Robert Persson Guitars
See also: Nox Aurea, ex-Warheim, ex-Nox Vorago (live)
Wictor Lindström Guitars
Jan Hellenberg Guitars
Dark Guitars (?-2009)
See also: Death Tyrant, Lord Belial, ex-Hellgoat, ex-Latex, ex-Satanized, ex-Sadistic Grimness, ex-Mastema, ex-Decameron (live), ex-Sacramentum (live)
Peter Laustsen Bass
See also: When Nothing Remains, ex-Nox Aurea, ex-Rimfrost
Robin Lindström Guitars
See also: ex-Vanishing System
Jan Sallander Vocals, Guitars (1998-present)
See also: When Nothing Remains, ex-Nox Aurea
Patrik Syk Bass, Vocals
Joakim Antonsson Drums (?-2010)
See also: Death Tyrant, Nox Aurea, Trident, Altar of Sacrifice
Jimmie Olausson Drums
Björn Eriksson Drums
See also: Leif Edling
Robert Persson Guitars
See also: Nox Aurea, ex-Warheim, ex-Nox Vorago (live)
Wictor Lindström Guitars
Jan Hellenberg Guitars
Dark Guitars (?-2009)
See also: Death Tyrant, Lord Belial, ex-Hellgoat, ex-Latex, ex-Satanized, ex-Sadistic Grimness, ex-Mastema, ex-Decameron (live), ex-Sacramentum (live)
Added by: Opus Modified by: MCMLXXXIX
Added on: 2003-03-02 21:26:31 Last modified on: 2014-06-11 08:19:51
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