Satyricon



Rank:
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Also known as Eczema ('90-'91)

Country: Norway
Label: Napalm Records

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Formed in: 1990

1990- Black metal

Line-up

1991-  Satyr - vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards
1992-  Frost - drums
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1990  Lord Deadmeat - bass
1990-1992  Vargen - guitars
1990-1992  PrimeEvil - drums
1990-1992  Exhurtum - drums
1990-1993  Lemarchand - guitars, bass
1990-1993  Vegard Blomberg - bass
1990-1996  Morfar Blodtann - percussion
1993  Tord "Torden" Vardøen - keyboards
1993-1996  Tomas Thormodsæter Haugen - bass
1996-1997  Kveldulv - guitars
1997-1999  Tchort - guitars
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1994  Steinar Johnsen - keyboards
1996-1999  Geir Bratland - keyboards
1996-1999  Daniel Olaissen - guitars
1997  Anders Odden - bass
› 1999  -//-
1999  Ingar Amlien - bass
2002  Anja Garbarek - vocals
2002  Erik Ljunggren - keyboards
› 2013  -//-
2006  Lars Norberg - bass
1999-  Steinar Gundersen - guitars
1999  Morten Furuly - guitars
2000  Tyr - bass
2000-2002  Terje Andersen - guitars
2002-2007  Lars Norberg - bass
2002-2007  Arnt Ove Grønbech - guitars
2003-2011  Jonna Nikula - keyboards
2004  Joey Jordison - drums
2004  Trym Torson - drums
2008-  Gildas Le Pape - guitars
2008  Victor Brandt - bass
2009  Anders Odden - bass
2009-2011  Julien Brice LeClercq - bass
2011-  Silmaeth - bass
2011-2013  Anders Hunstad - keyboards
2013-  Diogo Bastos - guitars
2013-  Job Bos - keyboards
2013  Sivert Høyem - vocals
2014  Nocturno Culto - guitars
2017-  Attila Vörös - guitar
1996  Andréa Meyer Haugen - voice
1997  Stephan Groth - keyboards
1999  S.W. Krupp - guitars
› 2006  -//-
1999  Morten Furuly - guitars
2013  Kjetil Bjerkestrand - organ
2013  Gildas Le Pape - bass, guitars
2013  Sivert Høyem - vocals

Latest reviews

When Satyricon revealed the title track of their new album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep, Satyr advised to "consider it a journey, play it loud, close your eyes and head into the forest". But how on earth does one find a forest in the capital of a hot Mediterranean country?   Review by nikarg ››
The evolution continues with Volcano.
Satyricon now consider themselves "the state of the art" as Satyr used to declare, and that makes him feel free to create something new. But if on one hand this album is an evolution of "Rebel Extravaganza",...   Review by ››

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