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Corrupted Melody

The predecessor of the current band was a band called Mordor (set up in July 1991), established and formed by Juraj Žember (guitar/vocals), Pavol Franek (guitar) and Miroslav Badinka (drums). As for the style, Mordor was a typical death-metal band. The band went through many personal changes and in 1995 it acquired its current name. Corrupted Melody was formed by Juraj Žember, Marek Singer (guitar), Roman Stražanec (guitar) and Jozef Nitriansky (drums), an ex-member of Angels Decay. In April 1996 Roman Stražanec left the band as a consequence of personal disagreements. He was replaced by D ...read more

The predecessor of the current band was a band called Mordor (set up in July 1991), established and formed by Juraj Žember (guitar/vocals), Pavol Franek (guitar) and Miroslav Badinka (drums). As for the style, Mordor was a typical death-metal band. The band went through many personal changes and in 1995 it acquired its current name. Corrupted Melody was formed by Juraj Žember, Marek Singer (guitar), Roman Stražanec (guitar) and Jozef Nitriansky (drums), an ex-member of Angels Decay. In April 1996 Roman Stražanec left the band as a consequence of personal disagreements. He was replaced by Daniel Kudláčik (guitar, vocals), an ex-member of Sarcastic. The band was still following the classical death-metal line, however, already at that time most of the members started to think of style variations. A bit later the production started to show the influence of doom- and black-metal. These style variations might have been the cause of Marek Singer’s leaving the band in the middle of July 1996, right after the death-metal festival organized by the band. He was also replaced by an ex-member of Sarcastic, Ján Jankech. However, he did not stay long, the same as his successor Eza who was not yet technically able to master the production of the band. This position was taken by Juraj Glovňa (guitar), an ex-member of Absolution, in November 1996. Approximately at the same time the band was joined by Martin Janeček (keyboard), which was the first significant digression from the originally pure death-metal line. The final point in the process of the band production style enrichment was the decision to take on a female singer. « hide


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2009

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