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Blessed Realm

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Spennymoor, Durham, England
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1993
Genre:
Doom Metal
Lyrical themes:
Doom, Fantasy
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1993-1994 (as Tears), 1994-2002
The band had a drum machine from 1995-1997 recording the Chasing the Dragon demo with it.

Named after the Revelation song.

Compilation Appearances:
- "Bleeder" on At the Mountains of Madness (The Miskatonic Foundation, 1999).
- "Psychotic Reaction" on Bastards Will Pay - Tribute to Trouble (Freedoom Records, 1999)
Last known
Garry Sugden Bass (1993-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Salute to the Sun, ex-Uncoffined
Jonny Sugden Guitar (1993-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Salute to the Sun, ex-Uncoffined
Steve Gillham Vocals (1993-2002)
See also: Lucifer's Chalice, Thronehammer, Uncoffined, Winds of Genocide, Enshroudment, Nine Altars, ex-Morstice
Chris Newby Drums (1999-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Morstice, ex-Salute to the Sun
Past
Michael Gillham Drums (1993-1995, 1997-1998)
See also: ex-Voorhees
Garry Sugden Bass (1993-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Salute to the Sun, ex-Uncoffined
Jonny Sugden Guitar (1993-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Salute to the Sun, ex-Uncoffined
Steve Gillham Vocals (1993-2002)
See also: Lucifer's Chalice, Thronehammer, Uncoffined, Winds of Genocide, Enshroudment, Nine Altars, ex-Morstice
Chris Newby Drums (1999-2002)
See also: The Obscene, ex-Morstice, ex-Salute to the Sun
Michael Gillham Drums (1993-1995, 1997-1998)
See also: ex-Voorhees
Added by: Evenfiel Modified by: PhantomOTO
Added on: 2005-06-25 14:25:45 Last modified on: 2020-09-14 21:10:32