From: Oslo, Norway
Last Known Status: Active
1349, named for the year the plague hit Norway in the 14th Century, found immediate cult status with the recording and release of their self-titled mini-album in 2001. Word of mouth spread like the plague about the band's musical offering, and Frost, who initially joined the group as a session musician, would later ask to become a permanent member. Vocalist Ravn, guitarists Tjalve and Archaon, and bassist Seidemann agreed and 1349 was complete. The band signed to Candlelight Records in late 2002.
- 7 1349 Releases
- 2 Staff reviews
- 0 User reviews (coming soon)
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1349 - "Massive Cauldron of Chaos"
1349 - "Hellvetia Fire - The Offiicial 1349 Bootleg"
"1349 returns to form on 'Demonoir' and proves that their last album was nothing more than a slight misstep."
"A lot of potential for a solid album, but 1349 stumbles a lot, resulting in a mediocre follow-up to 'Hellfire.'"
1349 - "Hellfire"
1349 - "Beyond the Apocalypse"
1349 - "Liberation"