Faustcoven
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Faustcoven
Faustcoven
Origin Norway
Genres Black metal
Doom metal
2002-present
Labels Barbarian Wrath
Members Gunnar Hansen
Johnny Tombthrasher

Faustcoven is a black/doom metal band from Norway, founded in 2002 by Gunnar Hansen. Faustcoven is aiming for a heavier, more gloomy sound than the usual sound of modern black metal bands. In an interview by The Metal Crypt, asked about his inspirations for Faustcoven's style, Hansen stated the following:

I wanted to do something completely different, something darker and heavier. I also am heavily into old doom metal, and saw that the sound and heaviness of bands like Saint Vitus and Pentagram was very compatible with the more evil and frentic approach of Bathory, Venom and Mercyful Fate. And I just loved the idea of combining it into something both heavy and sinister.

-- (Faustcoven Interview)[1]

Faustcoven played live for the first time at the Hole In The Sky festival in Bergen, Norway the 26th of August 2009.[2]

Discography

Studio albums

Compilations and split releases

  • Koldbrann/Faustcoven (2006) - split single with Koldbrann.
  • The Priest's Command (2009) - consist of tracks from the two demos, rehearsal tracks from The Halo of Burning Wings and one previously unreleased track (Atomsmasher).
  • Cultes, Covens, Sinister Rites (2010) - split single with Cultes des Goules.

Demos

  • Satanic Doom 2002 (2002)
  • The March of Cloven Hooves (2003)

Band members

Current members

  • Gunnar Hansen - vocals, guitar, bass (2002-present)
  • Johnny Tombthrasher - drums (2004-present)

Live band members

  • Kenneth Hognestad - bass (2009-present)
  • Samson Isberg - vocals (2009-present)
  • Einar Silset Berg - guitar (2013-present)
  • Stian Fossum - guitar (2009-2013)

References

  1. ^ Sidhu-Brar, U.S. (2005), Faustcoven Interview
  2. ^ "Hole In The Sky - Artists". Archived from the original on 2009-12-27. Retrieved . 

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