ANIMUS MORTIS - CHILE

Atrabilis (Residues From Verb & Flesh) – 2008 - Debemur Morti
Testimonia – 2014 - ATMF
The Pilgrimage – 2017 - Behold Barbarity


  
 
Members

S= Sidragath>>Sol Sistere - Ruined Sanctuary, Horns, Black Moon, Kursed, The last Knell>>NICHOLAS ONFRAY>>Ruined Sanctuary, Horns, Black Moon, Kursed, The last Knell
G= Ruined Sanctuary, Horns, Black Moon, Kursed, The last Knell>>NICHOLAS ONFRAY>>Ruined Sanctuary, Horns, Black Moon, Kursed, The last Knell – Ineffabilem – Austral Nox, Fliegend, Negative Or Nothing>>NHIVER>>Austral Nox, Fliegend, Negative Or Nothing – Delirium Projekt, Lapsus Dei>>GRIMNESS [RODRIGO POBLETE]>>Delirium Projekt, Lapsus Dei
B= Solo, Leuku>>Bauda [César Márquez]>>Solo, Leuku – Time Code, Target, Sol Sistere>>Pablo Vera>>Sol Sistere – Austral Nox, Fliegend, Negative Or Nothing>>Nhiver>>Austral Nox, Fliegend, Negative Or Nothing – Antartandes>>ALL STUMPF>>Antartandes
D= Wildes Heer, Kythrone, Gorjeo Seglar, Abaddon>>Horus [Mauricio Castillo]>>Wildes Heer, Kythrone, Gorjeo Seglar, Abaddon – Inanna, Mourning Sun>>Carlos Fuentes>>Mourning Sun>> - NIHIL



History

The band was founded in 2004. Sidragath was the band’s early vocalist and lasted until 2013. Multiple members came and went and only N. Onfray survived. A demo called Desolated Landscapes appeared a year later. A release, called Thresholds Of Insanity, re-issued the songs and added a couple more. This was out through Debemur Morti Productions. This lead to an album called Atrabilis (Residues From Verb & Flesh) albeit three years later. 2010’s Invocations From The Innominate Void was a split with Empty. None Shall Defy issued a 7” for the band called Mysteriis Vox Divina. It was limited to 500 copies. ATMF issued the group’s 2014 full-length. N. Onfray took over the vocals in 2014. He was mostly drumming in his other projects. Nhiver left the bass slot after two years and switched to guitar. Chile-based Animus Mortis’ album The Pilgrimage was out through Behold Barbarity in early 2017. The band’s style was described as black metal.

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