NIGHT CONQUERS DAY - USA

The First Snowfall – 1998 - Hammerheart
Rebellion Is The Art Of Survival – 1999 – Hammerheart


  
 
Members

S= Astaroth, Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath>>MIKAEL BAYUSIK>>Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath
G= Astaroth, Morbid Ecstasy, Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath>>MIKAEL BAYUSIK>>Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath – Shadowlord>>JUSTIN CARDER
B= Tim Miller
D= Shadowlord, Averse Sefira>>GREGG GARBACH>>Averse Sefira
K= Astaroth, Morbid Ecstasy, Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath>>MIKAEL BAYUSIK>>Into the Sunless Meridian, Tearstained, Kill The Bitch, Buried Beneath



History

The New York, USA-based band was founded to play black metal following Buried Beneath’s demise in 1995. Greg H was on guitar. This man reportedly disappeared. The debut demo was called Friday The 13th October 1995. Two albums emerged and band and label bit the dust. A tour with Bloodstorm was announced following the second record. The band was seemingly unpaid by the label. A new member supposedly sold the band’s gear to pay for drugs. Miller had quit by now. The First Snowfall, and the band, was essentially projects of Mikael Bayusik. A dedicated keyboardist prior to the debut’s release was John Gallo.

The band shared a rehearsal space with Agiel and Averse Sefira. Night Conquers Day specialized in lengthy tracks.

Reviews

NIGHT CONQUERS DAY - REBELLION IS THE ART OF SURVIVAL - HAMMERHEART
If you glance further down, you shall find a review of another band featuring Mikael of NCD: Into the...The musician being extremely industrious he's a member in at least four projects. This might say little about the quality of the projects he partakes in, and in our current case NCD is indeed not the tightest outfit I've heard over the aeons. Yet, the style suits what the band is trying to do. It's a style born out of the amalgamation of thrash and chaotic black metal, and as much as the style thrives on chaos and aggression - as opposed to controlled and calculated musicianship - this American outfit's second album hits the mark. For a slightly varied attempt at most thing subterranean and vocals from hissing to King Diamond pick this high speed modulation up. - Ali "The Metallian"




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