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Nyarlathotep

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There are at least nine bands of this name:

1) A band from Tennessee, USA, which released Funeral Pyre, an untitled demo and Laments Of A Dying World split. Currently active.

2) Japanese Nyarlathotep was formed in 1993 by Makoto Fujishima (G/V), Daisuke Hirata (B/V), Jun Yamamoto (D/V), Hiroshi Tomita (G/V) to play . At that time, they were almost beginners, so they didn’t initially release any work. In March 1994 all members except Makoto left the band. After some member changes, he decided to play all instruments by himself. Since the band was formed, Nyarlathotep released 6 demos and joined 1 compilation CD and many many comp tapes.

Releases:
-Nyarlathotep/1993
-In the Reverie/1994
-Split with Chaotic Dissolution/1995
-Promo 96/1996
-The Ideal - The Truth/1997
-The True Ideal Realized Through the Underground, Comp CD/1998
-Tribute to Go Nagai, Comp tape/1998
-The Obscures Into Despair/1998
-Split with Gnome, tape/1999
-Split with Human Soul
-Promo 2002

They also had a song on “The Bells of Mystical Empire” comp tape and there were two unreleased demos, recorded in 1995.
Makoto changed the band name to De-Nihil, which have released only one tape.

3) A band of Mike “Gunface” McKenzie and Gregory Weeks of The Red Chord and Beyond The Sixth Seal as well as Brendan Roche of Beyond the Sixth Seal, and Jen Grimes formerly of Norseth. The only release was a two-pieces demo called Slub Lorth in Eternal Rest containing two tracks An Empire Destined To Crumble and Birth of Gol in 2001.

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