Origin: USA
Genres: Black Metal
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Fog  


American bands that play old-school black metal must feel they are forever fighting an uphill battle, playing a style of music that has a hard time finding an audience in their home country. Fog's Through The Eyes Of Night, released in 2000, is far from a bad album, but the album and band had strikes against them, ranging from minimal support, the aforementioned lack of a local scene, and the simple fact that, though not bad, the album isn't revolutionary enough to stand on its own merits. Black metal purists will surely find something of interest here, though their appeal is minimal outside that camp. Note: no relation to the post-Fear Of God band also named Fog.

Current Members

Lord Typhus (Andy Newton)

vocals/guitars (Morpheus Descends, Typhus)

Aziluth Voluspa

guitars

Luathca

bass

Tophetarath

drums


Discography



Through The Eyes Of Night Winged The Come 
2000 Dark Horizon
  1. Untitled
  2. In Magnificent Glory
  3. By The Axe We Rule
  4. The Leech Within
  5. Whispered Myths (Of Ancient Times)
  6. Through The Eyes Of Night Winged They Come
  7. In The Sorrow Of A Crimson Sea
  8. The Storm Unholy
  9. Bonus Track
  • Lord Typhus
  • Aziluth Voluspa
  • Luathca
  • Tophetarath




Disturbing The Balance Of The Spheres 
2006 Dark Horizon
  1. Disturbing The Balance Of The Spheres
  2. From The Land Of Nightmares And Whirlwinds
  3. Spiralling Downward
  4. Secrets Which Should Be Forgotten
  5. The Avatar Of Grief
  6. The Writ Of Keogh
  7. Unforseen Summonings Of Zann
  • Lord Typhus
  • Aziluth Voluspa
  • Luathca
  • Tophetarath


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