Profane Omen

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Profane Omen
Profane Omen MTR 20110618 14.jpg
Background information
Origin Lahti, Finland
Genres Groove metal, melodic death metal, thrash metal, alternative metal
Years active 1999-present
Labels Metalheim
Website www.profaneomen.net
Members Jules Näveri - Vocals
Williami Kurki - Guitars
Antti Kokkonen - Guitars & Backing Vocals
Samuli Mikkonen - Drums
Antti Seroff - Bass

Profane Omen is a Finnish metal band formed in 1999. They call their music as Death n' Roll. They made two demos in 2000 (Profane Omen and Bittersweet Omen). Two other demos were recorded in 2001, Fuck the Beast and Load of Lead, and later they released an EP, Label of Black, which was their first official release. In early 2004 PO recorded a single, "Adrenaline/Enemies." They also made a music video for their song "Adrenaline."

In 2006 they released their first full length, Beaten into Submission, which was generally embraced for its unique, aggressive sound and groovy riffs, combining elements of groove, alternative, thrash and melodic death metal.[citation needed]

In 2007 Profane Omen was voted as a "Newcomer of the year" at Finnish Metal Awards (FMA).[citation needed]

In 2007 they released an EP called Disconnected.

In March 2009, Profane Omen released their second studio album Inherit The Void. Inherit The Void was placed 8th of the Top 10 albums in Finland.

In November 2010 the band announced that Tomppa Saarenketo is no longer part of it. The reason for this is low motivation regarding the band. Antti Seroff replaced him in bass.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
Year Album Peak positions Certification
NOR
[1]
2006 Beaten into Submission 28
2009 Inherit the Void 9
2011 Destroy! 15
2014 Reset 14
EPs
Year Album Peak positions Certification
NOR
[1]
2007 Disconnected EP 4

Music videos[edit]

  • Disconnected (directed by Jani Saajanaho) 2007
  • Left To Disintegrate (directed by Toni Salminen) 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Profane Omen discography". norwegiancharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 28 March 2014. 

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