Setherial

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Setherial
Setherial Paris BMIR 090509 N 01.jpg
Background information
Origin Sundsvall, Sweden
Genres Black metal
Years active 1993-present
Labels Regain Records
Website
Members Infaustus
Kraath
Mysteriis
Funestus
Past members Kheeroth
Wrath
Thorn
Sasrof
Zathanel
Funestus Infernis
Moloch
Choronzon
Devothan
Thurz

Setherial is a Swedish black metal band founded in 1993 by guitarists Alastor Mysteriis and Devothan. They play a faster style of black metal like certain popular bands Marduk and Dark Funeral. They have released 6 albums so far, with Ekpyrosis having been released in 2010.

Discography[edit]

Demos and EPs[edit]

  • A Hail to the Faceless Angels [Demo] - (1994)
  • För Dem Mitt Blod [EP] - (1995)

Studio releases[edit]

  • Nord... - (1996)
  • Lords of the Nightrealm - (1998)
  • Hell Eternal - (1999)
  • From The Ancient Ruins (Re-release of old material and previously unreleased tracks) - (2003)
  • Endtime Divine - (2003)
  • Death Triumphant - (2006)
  • Ekpyrosis - (2010)

Band members[edit]

Current[edit]

  • Infaustus - vocals (2003-present)
  • Kraath - guitars, bass guitar (1994-present), vocals (1994-1996, 1998)
  • Alastor Mysteriis - bass guitar, drums (1998-present), guitar (1993-1998)
  • Empyrion - drums, (2010-present)

Former[edit]

Vocals

  • Kheeroth - (1993–1995) (Midvinter)
  • Wrath - (1999–2003) (Naglfar)

Bass guitar

  • Thorn - (1994–1996) (Blot Mine, Egregori)
  • Sasrof - (1998–2001) (Bloodline, Diabolicum, Hyena)
  • Zathanel (Anders Löfgren) - ((previously drums 1993-1995); bass 2001–2005) (Blot Mine, Blackwinds, Sorhin, Midvinter)
  • Funestus Inferis (Daniel Lindgren) - (2005-2009) (Apostasy, Divine Souls)

Drums

  • Moloch (Otto Wiklund) - (1996–1998) (R.I.P. October 18, 1976 - August 13, 2006, Suicide) (In Battle, Odhinn)

Guitars

  • Thurz - (2007-2010) (Conquest, In Aeturnum)
  • Choronzon (G. Johansson) - (1996-2006) (Torchbearer, Chaosdaemon, Slightly Satanic, Soulcinders)
  • Devothan - (1993–1995)

External links[edit]