Origin: Rome, Italy  
Genres: Doom Metal
Page online: August 6, 2015
Last update/review: August 6, 2015

Hands Of Orlac

Taking their name from an ancient horror film, Hands Of Orlac originally hailed from Italy and released a self-titled effort in 2011. Hands Of Orlac loosely belongs in the doom field, though it fits more in the realm of 70's occult rock/metal, especially given the lazy semi-tuneless vocals of one Ginerva, whose flute playing also brings a somewhat folky occult slant. Italy is no stranger to horror-inspired metal and for that reason this band just sounds, well, Italian, bringing to mind (in spirit, not as a soundalike) bands like Death SS. There's a really cool vibe at work here, especially for those into the retro metal scene. Apparently the band has relocated to Sweden, which is reflected in the current lineup that features both Italians and Swedes.

Current Members

The Sorceress (Ginevra)

vocals/flute

Alex Moraitis

guitars

The Puritan (David Olofsson)

guitars (ex-Portrait)

The Templar (Filippo)

bass

The Clairvoyant (Jens Rasmussen)

drums

Former Members/Guests

The Executioner (S)

guitars



Discography


Hands Of Orlac  
2011
  1. Hands of Orlac
  2. Castle of Blood
  3. Demoniac City (Black Hole cover)
  4. Into the Prison of Sleep
  5. Vengeance from the Grave
  6. Lucinda
  7. Witches Hammer
  • The Sorceress
  • The Executioner
  • The Puritan
  • The Templar
  • The Clairvoyant



Figli Del Crepuscolo  
2014
  1. I figli del crepuscolo
  2. Last Fatal Drop
  3. Burning
  4. A Coin in the Heart
  5. Noctua
  6. A Ghost Story
  7. Mill of the Stone Women
  • The Sorceress
  • Alex Moraitis
  • The Puritan
  • The Templar
  • The Clairvoyant




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