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Tempesta Noire


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Tempesta Noire were founded by Michael Kohl and Alexis v. Poser in 1991. Early the following year, the first self-titled tape was released and gained very good feedback especially from Italy and France. The tape was promoted in the free radio “Dreieckland” and this way a contact was established to Glasnost Records. A CD release was planned but Tempesta Noire decided not to go too far too fast.

A second tape was recorded, with the help of Katja Speelmann who played the recorder. Tempesta Noire signed to Resurrection Music but besides a few testpressings, the tape was not released by the label. After a delay of two years, Tempesta Noire withdrew the rights for the tape and moved to A&T Records, who founded a special sublabel for Tempesta Noire, RosenFeuer Productions. Finally, in 1996, the second tape, ‘Birth after Death’, was released with a booklet including exclusive artwork by the painters Bernhard Kinzler, Silvia Reutter and Michael Marrak. The tape received a lot of positive reviews.
In 1997, the third and final tape, ‘Magicians of the West’, was released and brought Tempesta Noire into the pages of many national and international magazines.
Several contributions to compilations followed. The year 1998 saw the release of the first of three 7”es, ‘Eternally (Vanishing Awareness)’, a song that has been voted amongst the ten best darkwave songs in a South-African online-zine. ‘

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