Golgotha was formed by Paya of the death metal band Unbounded Terror.
Golgotha's music was quite different from the aforementioned band's
however, and coupled with its release via Repulse, better known for its
grinding output, failed to make any kind of impact.
The band entered Desgrabaciones Studio in June of 1993 and recorded a
self-titled demo featuring five songs. The band signed with Spain's own
Repulse Records and released the Caves Of Mind EP in the winter of
Now a full-time act, Golgotha disposed of guitarist Gustavo and drummer
David and, having recruited two Dehumanized members, went to work on a
pre-album demo. The new demo was recorded at Desgrabaciones Studio
and was made available in the summer of 1995. A keyboardist is now
recruited. Soon thereafter the band recorded Melancholy - again at
Desgrabaciones Studio. Oscar replaced Jose and the band toured with the
likes of Avulsed and Deranged.
A three-song and three inch EP entitled The Way Of Confusion appeared
Elemental Changes was recorded in the spring of 1998 by Vincent Dijkers
- a producer the label would later call "rip off." The album was
reproduced by Toni Pastor. The band's 2005 line-up featured four new
members including Dave Rotten of Xtreem Records.