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Forgotten Horror

Formed: 2004
From: Kuopio, Finland
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Forgotten Horror news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Forgotten Horror Releasing New Album

Forgotten Horror - a black / death metal act from Kuopio, Finland - was formed in January 2004 by Tuomas Karhunen (Deathchain, Jess and the Ancient Ones, True Black Dawn).

The group's debut album "The Serpent Creation" was released by Woodcut Records back in September of 2011. Now in the Spring of 2015, Forgotten Horror is ready to unleash sophomore Lilithian summoning through Woodcut Records.

The new full-length album is entitled "Aeon Of The Shadow Goddess" and it will be released on Walpurgis Night MMXV, followed by an album release gig in Kuopio with the Finnish cult band Demilich. More...

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Forgotten Horror Posts New Music Video

Finnish blackened thrash band Forgotten Horror posted a new music video for the title track of its debut release "The Serpent Creation." The album was released on October 28, 2011 through Woodcut Records.

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Forgotten Horror To Release Debut LP

Finnish blackened thrash band Forgotten Horror will release its debut album "The Serpent Creation" on October 28, 2011 through Woodcut Records. The title track of the LP will be presented as a music video on the same day. The artwork (shown below) was created by Ketola (Dissection/Murder Squad/Watain/Deathspell Omega). Forgotten Horror is made up of vocalist/guitarist Tuomas Karhunen, bassist Corpse and drummer Kassara, all of the Finnish thrash band Deathchain.

The track listing for "The Serpent Creation" is as follows:

1. Destroyer Of Time
2. Poison Of God
3. For Thy Crimson Glory
4. Burial Ground Prayer
5. She Who Dwells Beyond Death
6. The Serpent Creation
7. Hannibal
8. Dreams Of Scipio

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