Winter (American band)

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Background information
Origin New York, New York
Genres Death/doom, doom metal, death metal
Years active 1988-1992, 2010-present
Labels Metal Mind Productions, Nuclear Blast
Members Stephen Flam
Joe Gonclaves
John Alman

Winter is an American death/doom band from New York. They take their name from the Amebix song of the same name. The band performed at the 2011 Roadburn Festival in the Netherlands.



  • John Alman - vocals, bass
  • Stephen Flam - guitars (later of Thorn)
  • Joe Gonclaves - drums (on demo)
  • Frank Casey - drums (into darkness)

Live Members

  • Jimmy Jackson - drums
  • Chris Flam - video


The album was re-released in 1992 by Nuclear Blast, and again in 1999 (including the EP material). The EP contained the songs from the demo and a bonus track.

Metal Mind Records announced in February 2008, that they would be re-releasing both the Into Darkness album, and Eternal Frost EP, as a limited edition digipak on May 13 that year.[1] Metal Mind Records purports to have obtained a license from Nuclear Blast to re-issue this limited edition digipak.

Southern Lord reissued Into Darkness on vinyl in 2011 along with a 30-page booklet with fliers, photos, and more.

July 8, 2013: The Village Voice blogger Jason Roche lists Into Darkness as #14 in the top 20 hardcore & metal albums to come out of NYC.[2]


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