Melodic death metal about decadance and self-destruction
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Semmiből, a semmin át (2017)
After five long years we have a new album with 9 brand new melodic death metal songs of decadent self-destruction and of a determined fight for a better world. Go for the preorder if you would like to have it among its first listeners and would like to own the exclusive T-shirt which will be made only for this release.
You can order the CD directly from our Label (GarageLive) or you can buy it on BandCamp.
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the biography of Agregator
Dark and melodic death metal, born in the shadows of depleted mines and deserted factories. It sounds like if Paradise Lost would have been mixed with the bands of Gothenburg scene of Sweden. At the beginning of the new century, their hometown, Tatabánya was all about alternative rock and nu metal. In this environment - based on the influence of Moonspell, Tiamat and Sentenced - they started to play a dark kind of metal and extended its weight with growling vocals. They started to play this as otherwise there was no chance to hear such music locally. The main feeling of their hungarian lyrics is an angry hunger, as in a world which is all out against to walk your own way, you must fight to be who you want to be.
impressions of two decades
Since the band was formed in 1997 we have tried release new songs kind of regularly. This dynamism has paused around 2013, but until we was able to re-group to record a new album, we have remastered and re-released our first songs - to their fifteenth birthday. And now we are on the way to create our new set of songs in 2017.
The original sinners
one just can't fit in
guitars / vocals
bass / vocals
SEMMIBŐL - A SEMMIN ÁT
After five years without new songs we have released a brand new album where the modern and melodic metal sound is guaranteed by the innovative work of Leander Köteles (Leander Kills, ex-Leander Rising). There are eight new song about self-destruction and decadance - and a ninth one to celebrate the Underground lifestyle - with the amazing Sinner Choir - made of a hundred friends (fans, artists, organizers, journalists and so on) - as one cannot get everything from the light!
Buy it on our BandCamp site!
The most widely distributed Album. It was released as part of November 2009. issue of HammerWorld magazine. We had three guest singer Balázs Tóth (Tesstimony), Balázs Tanka (Turbo) and Tadeusz Rieckmann (Dalriada, Sunwharf). It is more rythm oriented than previous records and it has some modern taste.
Our first full-length album which sounded like we desired - thanks to Jaya Hari das of Audioplanet studio. It is melody-centric, full of dark feelings, yet less melancholic than its precedessor. There was two guest singer during the recording - Tadeusz Rieckmann (Dalriada, Sunwharf) and László Loderer (Killing Art, Sable) who later become a member of the band. Artwork was made by Niklas Sundin.
The second cassette release - much faster and more powerful than its predecessor. Each song had its Hungarian and English version - and it is the only release with the second vocalist Miklós Tóth.
The very first release - contained the mix of two demos (Sötét éden - 1999 and Puszta lét - 2000). The 1999 songs was singed by the first singer, Zoltán Pap. There are strong Katationa, Anathema and Tiamat influences on the compositions - Puszta lét, Hattyútánc and Sötét éden are often part of our setlist still.