Virus (Norwegian band)

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Virus
Virus live in London 2011
Virus live in London 2011
Background information
Origin Oslo, Norway
Genres Avant-garde metal
Years active 2000–present
Labels Jester, Season of Mist
Associated acts Ved Buens Ende, Infernö
Members Czral
Esso
Bjeima
Plenum

Virus is a Norwegian avant-garde metal band signed to Jester Records. It was formed in 2000 by Carl-Michael Eide. The band is considered by Czral as a continuation of his previous band Ved Buens Ende because of similar musical elements and an avant garde form of unusual experimentation, although the band has its own characteristic sound.

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Virus released their debut, Carheart, in August 2003. The band released their second album The Black Flux on November 10, 2008 through Season of Mist.[1] A third album, The Agent That Shapes the Desert, was released in February 2011.[2] An EP, Oblivion Clock, was released on 1 December 2012.

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