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England (2002 – present)

Grave Miasma is a band from England. The band was first formed in 2002 under the name of Goat Molestör and changed to Grave Miasma in 2006. One demo tape, Ancient Barbaric Assault, was released under this name, as well as the Realm of Evoked Doom 7” in 2005, and later re-released on CD with improved sound by Nuclear Winter Records. The band released the Exalted Emanation MLP on September 9th 2009 (9.9.9.) on Sepulchral Voice Records.

After a small break and a handful of gigs and tours in Europe and the USA, Grave Miasma released their debut full-length album entitled Odori Sepulcrorum on 13.9.13. This was released by Sepulchral Voice Records in Europe and Profound Lore Records in the USA. The band embarked on a 14-date European tour with Necros Christos shortly after.

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  • RagnarBlack

    Cruciamentum is excellent but Grave Miasma is just as great and has more material.

    11 Nov 1:21am Reply
  • germatron


    4 Nov 3:01am Reply
  • versionfiv

    cruciamentum is superior

    26 Oct 2:43pm Reply
  • Tuberkulloosi

    Realm of Evoked Doom EP is superior.

    24 Sep 3:11pm Reply
  • germatron

    perfect band!

    30 Jul 11:13pm Reply
  • jonowev

    Good stuff, I hear a range of influences. Need to hear the rest of their material before I pass judgement but Exalted Emanation is a solid effort.

    10 Jul 2:32pm Reply
  • forfrosne

    Great band.

    24 May 11:05am Reply
  • bobo9390

    Pretty good

    28 Apr 7:03am Reply
  • versionfiv

    i found a grave miasma sticker on the floorboard of my car lol.

    16 Apr 6:06pm Reply
  • patisawesome121

    Just ordered "Odori Sepulcrorum" on vinyl. Needless to say, I'm more than excited. From what I've seen, packaging is incredible.

    8 Apr 6:30am Reply
  • Pheneks

    @Lost_Souls_UK, Odori Sepulcrorum would translate into something like "pungent, or odorous tomb," I'd say you're right.

    14 Jan 6:44pm Reply
  • Blackcrowned696

    Lost_Souls_UK - I' think you're right

    2 Jan 11:37pm Reply
  • Lost_Souls_UK

    My Latin is pretty dusty, but is 'Odori Sepulcrorum' a self-titled album? Dusty as the graaaaaaaaaaaave...

    31 Dec 2013 Reply
  • svartdod

    so much better than Grave Upheaval

    27 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Tuberkulloosi

    I'm starting to think them as one of the greatest bands ever.

    17 Dec 2013 Reply
  • boredhusband

    I would say that the new Grave Upheaval, and this. [2]

    11 Dec 2013 Reply

    What really astounded me was the incredible production that gave it such a heavy and dark atmosphere.

    8 Dec 2013 Reply
  • fymek

    I would say that the new Grave Upheaval, and this.

    7 Dec 2013 Reply
  • conraddson

    This, and Ævangelist

    4 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Nehebkau

    Crushing. Devouring. Soul consuming. Tastey fucking treat.

    1 Dec 2013 Reply
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