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Satariel (band)

Satariel
Origin Sweden
Genres Melodic death metal
Blackened death metal
Years active 1993–present
Labels None
Website www.satariel.com
Members Pär Johansson
Mikael Granbacke
Magnus Alakangas
Robert Sundelin
Mikael Granqvist
Past members Andreas Nilzon
Fredrik Andersson
Mats Ömalm
Simon Johansson

Satariel is a melodic death metal band from Sweden founded in 1993 in Boden.[1]

The band released their debut album, Lady Lust Lilith, in 1998 on Pulverised Records. Their latest album, Hydra, was released in 2005 in Europe, followed by a United States release in early 2006. Hydra was licensed from the owner, Cold Records, to Regain Records for Europe, and to Candlelight Records for the US.

Members

Past members

  • Mats Ömalm - guitar
  • Andreas Nilzon - drums
  • Fredrik Andersson - guitar
  • Simon Johansson - guitar

Discography

Albums

Date of Release Title Label
1998 Lady Lust Lilith Pulverised Records.
Re-Released with different Cover (below)
on Hammerheart Records 2003
2002 Phobos & Deimos Hammerheart Records
2005 Hydra Cold Records
Regain Records (Europe)
Candlelight Records (USA)
2007 Chifra Pulverised Records
TBA White Ink TBA

References

External links

  • Satariel Homepage
  • Satariel @ Myspace
  • Satariel @ Last.fm
  • Satariel @ Facebook


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