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|Birth name||William Roussel|
|Also known as||Meyhna'ch
Wil Lord Meyhna'ch
Melancholic Lord of Torments
|Born||February 17, 1976|
|Origin||Grabels, Hérault, France|
Dark Adversary Records
End All Life Productions
Tragic Empire Records
|Associated acts||Gestapo 666
Meyhna'ch was once a member of the notorious French circle "Les Légions Noires," the "Black Legions." He contributed to projects from 1994 to 1996, when he was expelled for undisclosed reasons; it has been suggested (and rumors abound) that drug addiction was the problem, but this may be difficult to verify, as with many matters relating to the Black Legions. During his time in the group, he produced the magazine The Black Plague - First Chapter (And Maybe Last One), in which he interviewed some of the members and bands from the circle at the time (1995).
In 1999, Meyhna'ch returned to the music scene. He first formed the band Malicious Secrets in 1999, his first foray back into the scene since 1996. From 2000 until 2004 he fronted Gestapo 666, and started the band Hell Militia in 2001.
Meyhna'ch's most recent project goes by the name of O.D. Sanctus. He has released two demo versions of their songs on their Myspace page.
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