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  1. Taak (meaning "a heavy burden") was establisehd in November of 2005 as a parallel band of Dawn Of Gehenna. Taak has the same line-up as Dawn Of…

  2. Herald has brought the true heavy metal spirit back to Estonian metal scene since it's start in 2000 in Tallinn, Estonia. Their catching live shows,…

  3. Skriimsilm is an Estonian heavy metal band that was founded in 2002. They perform covers of 1980s classic rock and heavy metal hits.

  4. No-Big-Silence & Kosmikud featuring Peeter Volkonski and Hele Kõre.
    Music by Peeter Volkonski, lyrics by Dagmar Normet, arranged by No-Big-Silence…

  5. Gunnar Graps was born on November 27, 1951. Started in 60`s as drummer-composer in Estonian r`n`b group Mikronid, became also Stevie Wonder…

  6. No-Big-Silence is an Estonian electro-industrial-rock band. Members of the band are Cram (vocal, lyrics), Willem (music, bass, backing vocal), Kristo…

  7. In 1995 – Ank, a prominent vocalist-guitarist of several underground bands decided to form his own band, in order to have the perfect channel…

  8. Onu Bella alias Igor Maasik was chemistry teacher and currently cat-lover from Tartu, Estonia who has written several cover-songs with funny…

  9. Vanemõde is an Estonian punk rock band from Tallinn. Their most active period was from 1985 to 1989, but they have reunited on several occasions…

  10. Dawn of Gehenna was founded on the ashes of Estonia's (probably) first doom metal band Mystique, active in the late 80s. By the year 1993 only…

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