Damnagoras

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Damnagoras
Birth name Davide Moras
Also known as Damna
Born (1981-08-18) August 18, 1981 (age 33)
Origin Pordenone, Italy
Genres Folk metal, Power metal, Hard Rock
Occupation(s) Musician, Composer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass
Years active 1996–present
Associated acts Elvenking
Hell in the Club
Leprechaun
Website http://www.elvenking.net/ http://www.hellintheclub.com/

Davide "Damna" Moras (born August 18, 1981 in Pordenone, Italy) is the lead vocalist of the Italian folk/power metal band Elvenking[1] and rock n' roll band Hell in the Club.[2]

Biography[edit]

His musical career goes back to 1996, when he started playing in a cover band, while continuing his studies in classical and electric guitar. He then entered Elvenking in 1998. After the recordings of the first demo To Oak Woods Bestowed in 2001, Elvenking signed with the German label AFM Records and released their first studio album, Heathenreel, which was recorded at New Sin Studios by Luigi Stefanini and mixed at Fredman Studios in Stockholm by producer Fredrik Nordström. It featured 11 songs, including "Pagan Purity", "Skywards", "Seasonspeech" and "White Willow". Before and after the release of the album, the band played several gigs and even collaborated with ex-Skyclad singer, Martin Walkyier, sharing the stage while playing some Skyclad tracks together. In 2002 though, Damnagoras decided to leave the band. In 2003, he started a new project Leprechaun together with Stormlord's bass player Francesco Bucci, Raintime's drummer Enrico Fabris and singer/keyboard player Whisperwind. Leprechaun released "The Ultimate Dance", a demo-CD for record companies. In 2004, Damnagoras rejoined Elvenking and in 2006 they released, The Winter Wake (AFM-Records) album which includes songs such as "The Wanderer", "The Winter Wake", and "Neverending Nights".

In 2009 Damna joined Hell in the Club, the rock n' roll band created by Secret Sphere's bassist Andrea Buratto. Their debut album, Let the Games Begin was released in 2010.

Discography[edit]

with Elvenking[edit]

with Hell in the Club[edit]

  • Let the Games Begin (2011)
  • Devil On My Shoulder (2014)

with Leprechaun[edit]

  • The Ultimate Dance (demo) (2004)

Bands[edit]

Member[edit]

  • Elvenking (1998–2002, 2004–present)
  • Hell in the Club (2009–present)
  • Leprechaun (2003–present)

Guest member[edit]

  • Spellblast (2006–2007) – vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Elvenking: New Album Details Revealed". Blabbermouth. October 2, 2006. Retrieved 16 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Band". Official Site. Hell In the Club. 2010. Retrieved 8 October 2011. 

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