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Grave Flowers

Grave Flowers was formed in December '93 by Matte Andersson as a one man project. The first demo didn´t see the light of day until June '95. The demo contained 3 tracks and had the simple name "Demo-95".

In March '97 it was time to record the second demo and it was then Jason came into the picture as a soundengineer. Three tracks were recorded this time also in a temporary studio (as a matter of fact it´s recorded on a 8 track porta studio) The second demo got the name "Garmonbozia ".

In Sept '99 seven songs were recorded and Grave Flowers debut album "Solac ...read more

Grave Flowers was formed in December '93 by Matte Andersson as a one man project. The first demo didn´t see the light of day until June '95. The demo contained 3 tracks and had the simple name "Demo-95".

In March '97 it was time to record the second demo and it was then Jason came into the picture as a soundengineer. Three tracks were recorded this time also in a temporary studio (as a matter of fact it´s recorded on a 8 track porta studio) The second demo got the name "Garmonbozia ".

In Sept '99 seven songs were recorded and Grave Flowers debut album "Solace Me" was finished. The German label Serenades Records released "Solace Me" in July 2001 and it was also released as a limited picture LP by Painkiller Records, Belgium.

The contract with Serenades Records was only for one album.

In May 2003 had they recorded 3 songs which they used as a promo to get a record deal. They're second album entitled "Incarcerated Sorrows" was released on Firebox Record.

GRAVE FLOWERS' music can be described as dark & melancholic metal wrapped in sad melodies and emotional guitar solos. « hide

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Incarcerated Sorrows
2005

3.8
2 Votes
Solace Me
2001

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