Register Forgot login?

© 2002-2019
Encyclopaedia Metallum

Best viewed
without Internet Explorer,
in 1280 x 960 resolution
or higher.

Privacy Policy

Adagium

Country of origin:
Argentina
Location:
San Martín, Buenos Aires
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
2000
Genre:
Power Metal
Lyrical themes:
Fantasy, Religion
Last label:
Hurling Metal Records
Years active:
1998-2000 (as Adagio), 2000-?
Previously known as Adagio.

Compilation appearances:
- "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll", A Tribute to the Priest (NEMS Enterprises, 2005).
Last known
Diego Morán Keyboards
Diego Magnacca Bass (2000-?)
See also: Bajel, Unknown, Helker (live)
Florencia Ferro Vocals (2002-?)
Leonel Varak Guitars (2003-?)
See also: Hipnos
Past
Alejandro Gorosito Drums (2000-2001)
Hernan Casal Guitars (2000-2001)
See also: Haciendo Patria
Javier Franchia Guitars (2000-2001)
Diego de Prada Vocals (2000-2005)
See also: ex-Padieland
Sebastián Tolve Drums (2001-2002)
Luciano Gomes Guitars (2001-2003)
Sebastián Torcisi Drums (2002-2005)
See also: Votz Daunor, Vrildom, Stolzkrieg (live), ex-Eaglenest, ex-Aesir, ex-Carnarium, ex-Ulfhethnar, ex-Wolves' Winter, ex-Wulfshon, ex-Nibiruth
Emiliano Quaranta Drums (2005-2008)
Diego Morán Keyboards
Diego Magnacca Bass (2000-?)
See also: Bajel, Unknown, Helker (live)
Florencia Ferro Vocals (2002-?)
Leonel Varak Guitars (2003-?)
See also: Hipnos
Alejandro Gorosito Drums (2000-2001)
Hernan Casal Guitars (2000-2001)
See also: Haciendo Patria
Javier Franchia Guitars (2000-2001)
Diego de Prada Vocals (2000-2005)
See also: ex-Padieland
Sebastián Tolve Drums (2001-2002)
Luciano Gomes Guitars (2001-2003)
Sebastián Torcisi Drums (2002-2005)
See also: Votz Daunor, Vrildom, Stolzkrieg (live), ex-Eaglenest, ex-Aesir, ex-Carnarium, ex-Ulfhethnar, ex-Wolves' Winter, ex-Wulfshon, ex-Nibiruth
Emiliano Quaranta Drums (2005-2008)
Added by: 23_58_ Modified by: Adrian Ariel Poblete
Added on: 2004-09-27 06:43:45 Last modified on: 2019-03-02 19:44:17