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Colorado, United States (1999 – present)

Nightbringer is the name of more than one artist.

1. black metal from Colorado
2. hardcore punk band from Ann Arbor, MI.

1. An occult band formed in 1999 by Nox Corvus and Alcameth in Colorado (and joined by their third member, Ophis, a year later),

In 2000/2001, Nightbringer partook in a Horde of Darkenwood compilation CD with two songs and then recorded another two songs in 2002, “The Void” and “Mors Philosophorum”. These later two tracks were eventually used for the Nightbringer / Temple of Not “Rex Ex Ordine Throni” Split CD released on FMP in 2005, with the addition of two new songs recorded between 2003 and 2004 entitled, “The Dark and the Silence” and Nightbringer’s “Vir Sapiens Dominabitur Astris”. Nightbringer’s music on the Nightbringer / Temple of Not “Rex Ex Ordine Throni” Split CD has been described as “dark, scathing occult black metal of a higher caliber.” Temple of Not is a project of Nightbringer’s members and appears on the release with two lengthier tracks of amorphic black ambient. The Nightbringer / Temple of Not “Rex Ex Ordine Throni” split album was also released on gatefold double LP vinyl by Forever Plagued Records, U.S.A.

Nightbringer recorded their debut full-length “Death and the Black Work” late 2008. Nightbringer describe “Death and the Black Work” as a “major undertaking” and a “more complete vision of what we began with ‘Rex ex Ordine Throni’; descent into the corrosive waters of Lethe, falling into the two-fold death.”


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  • Traumkontinuum

    Majestic piece of music.

    25 Oct 2:19pm Reply
  • darkgnome

    Two latest splits are pure gold!

    15 Oct 10:16am Reply
  • AS_Luemmel

    Just discovered this band... Ego Dominus Tuus is stellar ! I have to check out their older discography and the splits

    7 Oct 10:21pm Reply
  • darkgnome

    Ego Dominus Tuus is growing on me.. Becoming my favourite from them ;)

    6 Oct 10:09am Reply
  • versionfiv

    tracks 8 and 10 are cool

    6 Oct 5:33am Reply
  • x84iwisfm

    EDT is good but their best release is still Death and the Black Work.

    4 Oct 9:21am Reply
  • Worthless_Dream

    The old stuff does nothing for me but this new album is quite something.

    3 Oct 7:03pm Reply
  • Devils_Chalice

    EDT was love at first hearing.

    2 Oct 12:17am Reply

    really good band.

    1 Oct 1:35pm Reply
  • excellentsword

    qattle, you speak a load shit.

    29 Sep 8:38am Reply
  • SlaveOfN1l

    It's different from their previous work since their other primary songwriter, Nox Corvus, had left after The Ruins of Edom split, and incorporates the songwriting of multiple band members as opposed to being primarily guided by Nox Corvus and Naas Alcameth like in the past. Regardless, anyone that hears anything remotely resembling Dimmu Borgir in anything Nightbringer has done needs to go the way of Van Gogh ;)

    28 Sep 10:54pm Reply
  • qattle

    Just listened to the full-length and I was right, it features only one track that wasn't ruined by synthesisers (although I must admit that a lot of the riffs are underwhelming, too). I fear this is the influence of the guitarist who was also the man behind "Temple of Not". It's hard to believe that these are the same people who made "Death and the Black Work". Originally I was planning on ridiculing Nightbringer by comparing them to Dimmu Borgir et al. and joking about how they added a keyboarder to their lineup for live appearances but "funeral_mmon" actually beat me to it.

    28 Sep 7:30pm Reply
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    28 Sep 8:52am Reply
  • funeral_mmon

    sweet blend of emperor, dimmu borgir, and ondskapt

    27 Sep 9:16am Reply
  • reinka0s

    The new album is fucking brilliant

    26 Sep 11:00pm Reply
  • SlaveOfN1l

    Ego Dominus Tuus is better than Hierophany, but somewhat inferior to the first two albums. Still probably going to be my AOTY unless Ascension, Blut Aus Nord, or Mitochondrion releases an absolute musical epiphany later this year

    26 Sep 9:08pm Reply
  • TearedSoul

    Dat shit is dope.

    26 Sep 11:19am Reply
  • darkgnome

    1st listen.. Doesn't sound too shabby. There's potential.

    22 Sep 9:02am Reply
  • germatron

    "It's full of synthesisers and represents a massive break from their former organic, dissonant style." AND THAT'S A GOOD THING! new songs are fantastic, this will be their best album...can't wait!

    20 Sep 7:10am Reply
  • GobaChatro

    Interview with Naas Alcameth of Nightbringer

    15 Sep 3:25am Reply
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