Ole Moe

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Apollyon live with Aura Noir, 2009, Bitterfeld, Germany
Background information
Birth name Ole Jørgen Moe
Born (1974-04-01) 1 April 1974 (age 43)
Origin Norway
Genres Black metal, thrash metal
Instruments Guitar, bass guitar, vocals, drums
Associated acts Aura Noir
Lamented Souls
Two Trains

Apollyon (born as Ole Jørgen Moe) is a black metal/thrash metal multi-instrumentalist, formerly associated with Dødheimsgard and Cadaver, now playing in Aura Noir and also Immortal after its reforming in 2006. He has done guest vocals on the Darkthrone albums Plaguewielder and Sardonic Wrath, and also on Audiopain's EP 1986 (2000). He was a live guitarist for Gorgoroth from 2003 to 2004, and performed at Gorgoroth's now infamous Kraków gig in February 2004. In 2004 Apollyon participated in a live tribute to Quorthon of Bathory at the Hole in the Sky festival in Bergen, Norway. Apollyon played bass on all songs, and also did the vocals on the song Equimanthorn. In addition to Apollyon, the line-up of this tribute band consisted of Bård Faust (ex-Emperor) on drums and Ivar Bjørnson (Enslaved) and Samoth (Emperor) on guitars, as well as guest vocalists Gaahl (Gorgoroth), Abbath (Immortal), Grutle Kjellson (Enslaved), Nocturno Culto (Darkthrone) and Satyr (Satyricon).[1]


Apollyon with Immortal at Wacken Open Air 2007.



Former live/guest/session appearances[edit]

2001 - Plaguewielder (additional vocals on "Command") 2004 - Sardonic Wrath (additional vocals on "Hate is the Law") 2010 - Circle the Wagons (choirs)

2008 - Black Mass Kraków 2004 DVD (guitars)

2005 - Discipline Manifesto (lead guitars on "Land of Dreams")

2005 - Total Fucking Obliteration EP (backing vocals on tracks 3, 4)

2006 - Secht (vocals)

2010 - In Goat We Trust (vocals on "One Million")


Aura Noir[edit]



Lamented Souls[edit]

  • Soulstorm (demo) (1993)
  • Demo (demo) (1995)
  • Essence of Wounds (7") (2003)
  • The Origins of Misery (2004)



  • Brutal Agenda (2005)
  • Tiden lager alle sår (2007)

Two Trains[edit]

  • Two Trains (2004)

Darkthrone (guest appearance)[edit]

Audiopain (guest appearance)[edit]

  • 1986 (EP) (2000)



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