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Formed: Mar 1999 (15 years ago)


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With over 10 years of activity, 4 full-lenght albums, live shows all over Europe and a worldwide underground following, FORGOTTEN TOMB definitely deserves its cult status in the current Extreme Metal scene. With now-classic albums like the milestones “Songs To Leave” (2002) and “Springtime Depression” (2003), the band practically crafted and gave birth to a whole new sub-genre, now regarded as Depressive Black/Doom Metal; then it managed to evolve it, destroy it and reshape it with the highly acclaimed “Love’s Burial Ground” (2004) and the controversial “Negative Megalomania” (2007), breaking ... Read more

With over 10 years of activity, 4 full-lenght albums, live shows all over Europe and a worldwide underground following, FORGOTTEN TOMB definitely deserves its cult status in the current Extreme Metal scene. With now-classic albums like the milestones “Songs To Leave” (2002) and “Springtime Depression” (2003), the band practically crafted and gave birth to a whole new sub-genre, now regarded as Depressive Black/Doom Metal; then it managed to evolve it, destroy it and reshape it with the highly acclaimed “Love’s Burial Ground” (2004) and the controversial “Negative Megalomania” (2007), breaking every kind of musical boundaries and expanding the sound of the band, incorporating in a unique brand a wide range of influences from the Metal, Rock and Dark fields. What’s certain is that the band has always been and still is on top of the genre, as well as being one of the leading bands in the so-called third wave of Black Metal. Being born under a bad star didn’t stop FORGOTTEN TOMB from becoming one of the most respected Black Metal bands of today, thanx to its constant “do-it-yourself” attitude and coherence, which led the band to play memorable live-shows all over Europe, often headlining or co-headlining big Extreme Metal festivals and concerts, even without a new album to promote nor a record-deal. After celebrating it’s 10th year anniversary in 2009, the band in 2010 released a double live in studio titled “Vol.5: 1999/2009” then embarked on some european live-shows and recorded the long anticipated new full-lenght album “Under Saturn Retrograde”, a title which reflects the subtle, pessimistic self-irony of the band.

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With over 10 years of activity, 4 full-lenght albums, live shows all over Europe and a worldwide underground following, FORGOTTEN TOMB definitely deserves its cult status in the current Extreme Metal scene. With now-classic albums like the milestones “Songs To Leave” (2002) and “Springtime Depression” (2003), the band practically crafted and gave birth to a whole new sub-genre, now regarded as Depressive Black/Doom Metal; then it managed to evolve it, destroy it and reshape it with the highly acclaimed “Love’s Burial Ground” (2004) and the controversial “Negative Megalomania” (2007), breaking every kind of musical boundaries and expanding the sound of the band, incorporating in a unique brand a wide range of influences from the Metal, Rock and Dark fields. What’s certain is that the band has always been and still is on top of the genre, as well as being one of the leading bands in the so-called third wave of Black Metal. Being born under a bad star didn’t stop FORGOTTEN TOMB from becoming one of the most respected Black Metal bands of today, thanx to its constant “do-it-yourself” attitude and coherence, which led the band to play memorable live-shows all over Europe, often headlining or co-headlining big Extreme Metal festivals and concerts, even without a new album to promote nor a record-deal. After celebrating it’s 10th year anniversary in 2009, the band in 2010 released a double live in studio titled “Vol.5: 1999/2009” then embarked on some european live-shows and recorded the long anticipated new full-lenght album “Under Saturn Retrograde”, a title which reflects the subtle, pessimistic self-irony of the band.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

With over 10 years of activity, 4 full-lenght albums, live shows all over Europe and a worldwide underground following, FORGOTTEN TOMB definitely deserves its cult status in the current Extreme Metal scene. With now-classic albums like the milestones “Songs To Leave” (2002) and “Springtime Depression” (2003), the band practically crafted and gave birth to a whole new sub-genre, now regarded as Depressive Black/Doom Metal; then it managed to evolve it, destroy it and reshape it with the highly acclaimed “Love’s Burial Ground” (2004) and the controversial “Negative Megalomania” (2007), breaking every kind of musical boundaries and expanding the sound of the band, incorporating in a unique brand a wide range of influences from the Metal, Rock and Dark fields. What’s certain is that the band has always been and still is on top of the genre, as well as being one of the leading bands in the so-called third wave of Black Metal. Being born under a bad star didn’t stop FORGOTTEN TOMB from becoming one of the most respected Black Metal bands of today, thanx to its constant “do-it-yourself” attitude and coherence, which led the band to play memorable live-shows all over Europe, often headlining or co-headlining big Extreme Metal festivals and concerts, even without a new album to promote nor a record-deal. After celebrating it’s 10th year anniversary in 2009, the band in 2010 released a double live in studio titled “Vol.5: 1999/2009” then embarked on some european live-shows and recorded the long anticipated new full-lenght album “Under Saturn Retrograde”, a title which reflects the subtle, pessimistic self-irony of the band.

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