FORLORN - NORWAY

The Crystal Palace - 1996 - Head Not Found
Opus III - Ad Caelestis Res - 2000 - Napalm
Hybernation – 2003 - Napalm

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Members
S= Gehenna, Incarnator>>Sanrabb [S Aske] [Morten Furuly]>>Gehenna, Mëkanïk, Throne Of Katarsis - Wake, The Morendoes, Tristania>>JAN KENNETH BARKVED>>Tristania, Ekusive, Sirenia

G= Aurvindir>>ALVARIN/HENNEX [HENNING ULSETH]>>Mörkemen - C. Worhn – Twin Obscenity, Gehenna>>DOLGAR [TOM VOETMANN SIMENSTAD]>>Gehenna, The Deviant

B= 122 Stab Wounds>>C. Worhn

D= Incarnator>>Arnt Helge Solheim - Infest, Gehenna, 122-Stabwounds, Tsjuder>>Blod [Jan Egil Fosse]>>Gehenna, 122-Stabwounds, Tsjuder, The Deviant - In Cursed Obsession, Gehenna>>S. WINTER [STIAN JOHANNESSEN]>>Gehenna, Aeternus, Antaios, Eld, Incipit

K= C. Worhn - ALVARIN/HENNEX [HENNING ULSETH]




History & Biography
Following an EP called Forlorn in 1996 on Head Not Found, the Viking metallers added drummer "Stoffet" Solheim for The Crystal Palace. Blod and Jan Kenneth Barkved joined for Opus III.

While many had seen Forlorn as the band of Sanrabb, the man later left to focus on Gehenna. The band split up in 2004. Ulseth operated a recording studio. Blod had a heart attack and died in 2018.


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