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There are at least two bands with the name Inquisition

Inquisition (Unites States - Season Of Mist Records artist) is a band from Seattle, Washington USA with origins in Colombia South America where the founder, Dagon, was living at the time. The band was fully realized in 1996 when Dagon left Colombia and moved back to the United States where he met Incubus, who joined on drums that same year.This line-up has remained stable for more than fifteen years. Their sound involves the combination of old school Thrash metal, major guitar progressions with the depth and darkness of black metal’s chaotic minor guitar progressions. Dagon’s voice is very monotonous and chant like and does not sound like any voice typically used in Black Metal. Dagon has expressed that his vocal style is not meant to reflect that of a human, but rather that of an unseen entity in demonic form. The topics that form part of band’s songs are everything from classic medieval Satanism to the dark laws of astro physics and the universe in general joined into one unit.

Inquisition was also punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia, United States. They were active in the mid 1990s, and were a large influence on the local scene. Several members went on to form other bands such as Strike Anywhere, River City High, and Ann Beretta.


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  • crazytribe

    Nobody expects the Colombian Inquisition! [5]

    Yesterday 10:08pm Reply
  • JoseMariaAznar

    Nobody expects the Colombian Inquisition! [4]

    Yesterday 8:41am Reply
  • dark_wisdom

    space blasphemers

    23 Apr 5:16pm Reply
  • UnleashTheW0lvz

    Cosmic Black Metal

    23 Apr 1:48pm Reply


    21 Apr 11:19pm Reply
  • tarotcard88

    vote this pic!!

    19 Apr 4:39pm Reply
  • CardsOfWar

    Still though, 7 cosmic sea references has to at least put them in the running.

    19 Apr 4:13am Reply
  • Nuke_The_USA

    v only 7 "cosmic seas", but there are other 20 cosmic combinations: 4 cosmic eyes, 4 cosmic realms, and 12 various mixtures with chaos, storms, invocation, rites, fire, crypts, worms, snakes, doom, sky, throne, battlefields.

    18 Apr 9:54pm Reply
  • CardsOfWar

    All I know is that if musical quality is determined by number of utterances of the phrase "cosmic sea," then Inquisition has got to be the best damn band in the world.

    15 Apr 4:32am Reply
  • Nuke_The_USA

    When I bought my first Inquisition album (Ominous Doctrines...), I was following my policy of purchasing just one (unique, as it appealed to me) record of the entire band's discography. There were reasons why I choose Ominous Doctrines. Now my policy just screwed up as I keep purchasing them all! Firstly got Obscure Verses (absolutely adored the idea of the art), then I somehow got 2nd and 3rd albums (avoided the first "Into the Infernal" for the art being to similar to the Invoking, though I suspect I will get eventually too), now I'm waiting for the NDO to be available and wonder what kind of cover Paolo will do for the Ominous Doctrines. *sign* ... buying albums because of art-covers, what I've become.

    13 Apr 8:04pm Reply
  • NappyRob

    Vote this pic!

    12 Apr 7:16pm Reply
  • FatcapVandal

    Stoked to see them live at Summer Breeze Festival!

    4 Apr 1:21pm Reply
  • nomeutente94

    Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm fuckin' blew my mind

    28 Mar 7:10pm Reply
  • Tuberkulloosi

    Nobody expects the Colombian Inquisition! [3] 5 stars post!

    28 Mar 8:50am Reply
  • norskkriger

    Nobody expects the Colombian Inquisition! [2]

    27 Mar 3:38pm Reply
  • Imper_sun

    nobody expects the colombian inquisition!

    27 Mar 2:16am Reply
  • tarotcard88

    wish they could make another like the first 2

    15 Mar 6:10am Reply
  • Krvoslednik

    Obscure Verses is good, but Ominous Doctrines is their best. Albums are very similar, but Ominous Doctrines have something that I cant explain that seals the deal for me. That album completely overwhelms my mind, body and soul, its simply magical. I listen to this kind of music for almost 20 years and really few albums can do that for me. As a matter of fact, only once I dreamt about listening to music, and the album that was playing in a dream was Ominous Doctrines.

    14 Mar 11:30pm Reply
  • zuh_desperado

    welcome to the duos community!

    2 Mar 10:34am Reply
  • Norlinx

    Inquisition in Riga:

    25 Feb 9:32pm Reply
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