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  • Anos de atividade

    1998 – até o momento (19 anos)

Ram-Zet is an extreme metal/avant-garde metal band formed in Norway in 1998. It began as a one-man project by singer and guitarist Zet, which later evolved into a full-grown band with the arrival of Küth (drums) and Solem (bass), leading to the release of Ram-Zet's debut album Pure Therapy in September 2000.

Ram-Zet's music is very diverse ranging from black metal to thrash metal. It has industrial sounds, progressive structures, and traditional instruments forming a style which some people, including band mastermind Zet, have called "schizo-metal". Their music contains lots of rare time signatures, unconventional harmonies, and unusual violin parts. They can be regarded as an avant-garde metal band, because of the wide range of genres influencing them.

Ram-Zet's lyrics are strongly linked to a schizophrenia theme. The lyrics of Pure Therapy, Escape, and Intra all revolve around this mental disorder. Forming a story which runs through all three albums, they feature two main characters: a schizophrenic patient in a dubious mental institution (sung by Zet), and a nurse trying to help him evade (sung by Sfinx).

In October 2008 the band took 10 of their songs and re-arranged them for an acoustic concert in their home town of Hamar. Approximately 200 people got to see this one time event. The concert was filmed and is expected to be released on DVD in February/March 2010.

Current members

Zet - Vocals, Guitar, (Ride the Sky)
Sfinx - Vocals,(For My Pain, Eternal Tears of Sorrow)
Küth - Drums, Percussion, (The Kovenant)
Lanius - Bass, Didgeridoo (joined during the post Intra period)
KA - Keyboards, Backing vocals (joined during recording of Neutralized)

Former members

Solem - bass (on Pure Therapy and Escape) 2000-2003
Daniel - bass (on Intra) 2003-2006
Magnus - keyboards, (Return) (left after Intra)2001-2008
Sareeta - Violin, Backing vocals (Ásmegin, Solefald) 2001-2009

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