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Black Metal


2007, Athens, Attica

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Aethyr - Vocals, Guitar
Marrok - Drums


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There are at least 9 bands called Asgard.
The name comes from the Nordic myth of Asgard, the fortress of the Gods.

1 - A german RAC band. Project of Kai Freikorps.

2 - A German Traditional Heavy Metal. The released their only full length album "Dark Horizons", in 1988. Tomi Göttlich was the bass player of band. The split-up just after the release of the album. Tomi left Asgard to join legendary Heavy Metal bend Grave Digger. In April, 2008 their album "Dark Horizons" was re-released with 7 bonus tracks.

3 - A French death metal band. They released their only full length ever, "To A Golden Age", in 1996.

4 - A black metal band from Canada with Steve McDonald on drums (ex-Gorguts) who hung himself in October 2002. He had been suffering from depression for many years.

5 - A neo-progressive rock/metal band hailing from Italy (1987-1995) and Germany (1995-present) with vocals in English. The music is a melodic mixture of power metal, classic, medieval music, folk and rock, with different structures, electric instruments as well as acoustic, short songs as well as long-10 minutes tracks. All the members of Asgard have studied classical music and jazz. They've released five albums: GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG (1991), ESOTERIC POEM (1992), ARKANA (1992), IMAGO MUNDI (1993) and DRACHENBLUT (2000).

6 - A little known English band. They were one of the first bands to be signed by MOODY BLUES label Threshold and released one album in 1972, "In the Realm of Asgard".

7 - A Czech Black metal band.

8 - A relatively unknown Dutch speed metal band, active in the mid-80's. They released two demo's and an album called "In The Ancient Days" before splitting up.

9 - A Viking Death Metal band formed in Brežice, Slovenia. It started out on 3rd February 2007. They've changed a few members and played a few gigs. Their second demo - Thor's Hammer - came out in November 2008 and is available for download on, and many other places!

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