Pharaoh Overlord

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Pharaoh Overlord
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Background information
Origin Pori, Finland
Genres Stoner Rock, Krautrock, experimental, avant rock, heavy metal/speed metal (Out of Darkness)
Years active 2000–present
Labels Ektro Records
No Quarter Records, Last Visible Dog, Riot Season, Vivo Records
Website Label website
Members Jussi Lehtisalo
Janne Westerlund
Tomi Leppänen
Julius Jääskeläinen
Pekka Jääskeläinen

Pharaoh Overlord is an experimental rock-music band, featuring three members of the Finnish group Circle, Jussi Lehtisalo, Janne Westerlund and Tomi Leppänen. Originally begun as a vehicle to indulge their love of stoner rock, Pharaoh Overlord's output has become more varied, mirroring the development of their sister group. Their 2007 album Live In Suomi Finland features contributions from krautrock pioneer Hans Joachim Irmler.[1] Julius Jääskeläinen and Pekka Jääskeläinen also appear on that recording, and have played regularly with the band since both in performance and in the studio.

In September 2010, it was announced that Circle/Pharaoh Overlord would be performing the role of artists-in-residence at Dutch rock festival Roadburn Festival 2011.[2]



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