History & BiographyFormed by Sebastian Bramboeck and Anton Keuschnick in 2004, this underground metal band only issued a demo called Rehearsal Doom five years later. Drummers Martin Bramböck and Ivan Prosenic had come and gone already. Florian Vonach was the drummer. Noisehead Records of Austria released the band’s debut, which contained a story where Susanna’s character was already dead. The group toured with Prostitute Disfigurement. The label released a sophomore album two years later. The label was bankrupt by the time the third record was released. There was touring with bands like Amorphis, Belphegor, Obituary and Grave. Addictivities (Pt. 1) came out through a German label. The band called itself “dark melo-djent” now and had incorporated alternative and grunge music. Simon Dettendorfer handled the drums. Despite the name and promise that was it for the band despite the recruitment of drummer Richard Marx. The third record was thematically a prequel to the debut record and the act had envisioned a five-album concept.