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Riul Doamnei

RIUL DOAMNEI was formed in 1999 in Verona, Italy, and is currently signed to AXiiS Music.

Their name means “the Lady’s River” in Romanian, inspired by the eponymous river and the legend according to which Vlad the Impaler’s wife threw herself from the castle’s tower into the rapid waters below to escape Ottoman captivity.

The band started out playing symphonic black metal, however in time their style matured into extreme metal, taking on thrash and death influences along with an interesting array of ethnic elements. The melodic touch was preserved under ...read more

RIUL DOAMNEI was formed in 1999 in Verona, Italy, and is currently signed to AXiiS Music.

Their name means “the Lady’s River” in Romanian, inspired by the eponymous river and the legend according to which Vlad the Impaler’s wife threw herself from the castle’s tower into the rapid waters below to escape Ottoman captivity.

The band started out playing symphonic black metal, however in time their style matured into extreme metal, taking on thrash and death influences along with an interesting array of ethnic elements. The melodic touch was preserved under majestic symphonic passages.

Riul Doamnei has an extensive touring history, mainly in Italy and Eastern Europe, sharing the stage with Vader, Rotting Christ, Krisiun and Incantation.

Current line-up. Federico D. B. - Voice/Guita. Giorgio M. - Synthesizer. Maurizio S. - Lead Guita. Fabrizio T. - Bas. Luca L. - Drum. « hide

Similar Bands: Cradle Of Filth, Dimmu Borgir, Rotting Christ, Carach Angren

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FATIMA
2011

4.5
2 Votes
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4
1 Votes
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Le Serpent Rouge
2006

Stramoniologie Des Geistes
2001

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