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Dornenreich (up to Bitter Ist's Dem Tod Zu Dienen known as DornenReich) is an ambient music band from Austria, founded in 1996. They initially played melodic black metal and changed to neofolk-influenced ambient with Her von welken Nächten.

Thomas "Valñes" Stock founded the band in 1996 and choose "Dornenreich" as the name due to the various possible interpretations ("Realm of thorns" or "Full of thorns"). Jochen "Evíga" Stock joined the band during 1996 and they started to write the first… leia mais

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  • Avatar de Borschki
    Anyone got an idea what happened to Thomas Stock's project "EYAS"? Can't find anything about it. If anyone out there got any idea what Thomas does today or how I could possibly contact him, please let me know.
  • Avatar de Eddie-P
    one of a kind band indeed. despite the great music, the vocal.. is just genius.
  • Avatar de FatcapVandal
    "Flammentriebe" ist wirklich gut!
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  • Avatar de SirLoyso
    'In Luft Geritzt' ist erschüttert. Besonders 'Meer' und 'Drang'. Hab' keine Wörter.
  • Avatar de viadiva
    Sie sind ein Wunder zwischen alles.
  • Avatar de bendingtree
    Dornenreich does not play neofolk music. You have to change your preconceptions.
  • Avatar de noisefiend
    their later material is too weird for me to digest. their ambient/black metal/folk stuff is good, but I think for them doing neofolk Jochen's voice is beyond David Tibetan levels of unlistenability. Its like he's molesting my ears.
  • Avatar de DaGlausch
    It isn't their last!!! They are just doing a break...
  • Avatar de bendingtree
    i still don't want to believe that "Freiheit" will be their last album.... they need to tour North America at least once before they disband!

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