Leprous


Line-up

2001-  Tor Oddmund Suhrke - guitars, backing vocals
2001-  Einar Solberg - vocals, keyboards
2014-  Baard Kolstad - drums
2017-  Robin Ognedal - guitars
2017-  Simen Børven - bass
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2001-2002  Stian Lonar - bass
2001-2003  Esben Meyer Kristensen - guitars
2001-2005  Truls Vennman - drums
2002-2003  Kenneth Solberg - guitars
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2002-2010  Halvor Strand - bass
2004-2016  Øystein Landsverk - guitars, backing vocals
2005-2007  Tor Stian Borhaug - drums
2007-2013  Tobias Ørnes Andersen - drums
2010-2013  Rein T. Blomquist - bass
2013-2015  Martin Skrebergene - bass
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2015  Simen Børven - bass
2013  Baard Kolstad - drums
2015  Petter Hallaråker - guitars
2015-2017  Simen Børven - bass
2016  Robin Ognedal - guitars
2016  Martin Skrebergene - bass
2016  Ihsahn - vocals, guitars
2016  Tobias Ørnes Andersen - drums
2016  Håkon Aase - violin
2017-  Raphael Weinroth-Browne - cello
2011  Vegard Sandbukt - trumpet
2011-2013  Ihsahn - vocals
2013  Håkon Aase - violin
2017  Raphael Weinroth-Browne - cello
› 2019  -//-

Discography

2004 Silent Waters [Demo] 8.5
2006 Aeolia [Demo] 7.7
2016 Live At Rockfeller Music Hall [DVD] 9.4
2016 Live At Rockefeller Music Hall [Live] 9.3
2017 From The Flame [Single] 8
2017 Stuck [Single] 7.8
2017 Illuminate [Single] 8
2018 Golden Prayers [Single] 8.1
2019 Angel [Single] 7
2019 Below [Single] 8.3
2019 Alleviate [Single]
2011 Restless 7.5
2013 The Cloak 7.9
2015 The Price 9
2015 Slave [Lyric Video] 7
2017 From The Flame 8.2
2017 Stuck (Radio Edit) 7
2017 Illuminate 8.7
2019 Angel 5
2019 Below 7.3

Latest reviews

It would be unlike Leprous to exercise restraint to the point of diminishment and place limitations on fresh efforts. Nonetheless, The Congregation is a compromise.   Review by R'Vannith ››
Coal
8.8
For their new album Leprous have dedicated themselves to the studio with a purpose. It's a guarantee that they can create something fresh as they move into artistic routes unexplored and Coal is no exception to this in its emphasis on a particular mood. Here they seem cool, calm and collected as they attempt to project a particular atmosphere into their music. They go about this darker melancholic direction with a certain uncharacteristic seriousness. Mind you the result still sounds like a Leprous album but it isn't another Bilateral which was of a very eclectic nature.   Review by R'Vannith ››

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