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Ecthirion

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Ecthirion

Information
Origin:

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Genre:

Extreme metal, Classical metal, Symphonic metal, Symphonic extreme metal, Orchestral metal, Progressive metal, Folk metal

Years active:

2006-present

Labels:
Associated Acts:

Frost Like Ashes, Heirborne, Possession, Old Man Frost, Absalom, Unblack Metal Fist, Elgibbor, Ninth Sphere, Far Beyond, Allos, Euphoreon, Jorvik

Alias:

Axiom (2006-2009)

Current members:

Gabriel Neale
Hannah Neale

Former members:

Dominic Leach
Simon Treasure
Nyk Edinger
Josh Edwards
Eugen Dodenhoeft
Jo Edwards
Dave Cooney
Spencer Lee
Lydia Smith
Tom Owen
Jamie Dalton
Andrea Dalton
Amy Coote
Stacey Powers

Ecthirion is an extreme symphonic metal band that originated out of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England in the United Kingdom out of the continent of Europe.[1] The project was created by Gabriel Neale in the year 2006, as Axiom (also stylized as AxioM).[2]

Members Edit

Current

  • Hannah Neale - Vocals, Keyboards (2012-present)
  • Gabriel Neale - Guitars, Bass, Vocals (2009-present), Orchestration (2009)

Former

  • Eugen Dodenhoeft - Vocals (2009, 2018), Guitars (2018)
  • Celso Alves - Vocals (2018)
  • Kim Cook - Vocals (2018)
  • Josh "Jo" Edwards - Operatic Vocals (2009)
  • Nyk Edinger - Harsh Vocals (2009)
  • Dave Cooney - Harsh Vocals (2018)
  • John Neale - Narration (2009)
  • Simon Treasure - Guitars, Bass, Programming (2009-2010)
  • Stacey Powers - Flute, Piccolo (2018)
  • Amy Coote - French Horn (2018)
  • Jamie Dalton - Trombone, Sackbut (2018)
  • Lydia Smith - Violin (2018)
  • Tom Owen - Violin (2018)
  • Andrea Dalton - Piano (2018)
  • Dominic Leach - Drums (2009)
  • Adam Walker - Drums (2018)
  • Spencer Lee - Drums (2018)

Discography Edit

EPs

  • Apocalyptic Visions (2009)

Studio albums

  • Psalms of the Risen Dead (2018)

References Edit

  1. Piotr (May 8, 2009). "Ecthirion". Encyclopedia Metallum. Retrieved on October 16, 2019.
  2. "Ecthirion". Weebly. Retrieved on October 16, 2019.
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