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Locatie(s) Eclipse:

Topnummers van Eclipse op Spotify

Albums van Eclipse:

Megalomanium (2023)

Wired (2021)

Viva La Victouria (Live) (2020)

Paradigm (2019)

Monumentum (2017)

Armageddonize (Deluxe Edition) (2016)

Armageddonize (2015)

Armageddonize (with Commentary) (2015)

Are You Ready To Rock MMXIV (2014)

Bleed & Scream (2012)

Geplande optredens van Eclipse

DatumLocatiePlaats en land
donderdag 25 april 2024Teatro CariolaSantiago, Chile
vrijdag 26 april 2024EL TEATRITOComuna 1, Argentina
zondag 28 april 2024Summer Breeze 2024São Paulo, Brazil
dinsdag 21 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseWaldbronn, Germany
woensdag 22 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseMunich, Germany
donderdag 23 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseCologne, Germany
vrijdag 24 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseBochum, Germany
zaterdag 25 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseBerlin, Germany
zondag 26 mei 2024Acoustic ApocalypseHamburg, Germany
woensdag 12 juni 2024Gröna LundStockholm, Sweden
vrijdag 14 juni 2024Musikhalle Markneukirchen Betriebs- und Service GmbHMarkneukirchen, Germany
zaterdag 15 juni 2024APASSIONATA SHOWPALAST MÜNCHENMünchen, Germany
woensdag 19 juni 2024Rock Imperium Festival 2024Cartagena, Spain
zaterdag 29 juni 2024Topfest Slovakia 2024Dolný Hričov, Slovakia
donderdag 4 juli 2024Piazza AriosteaFerrara, Italy
vrijdag 5 juli 2024Rock Fest Barcelona 2024Barcelona, Spain
vrijdag 9 augustus 2024Alcatraz 2024Kortrijk, Belgium
woensdag 14 augustus 2024Summer Breeze Open Air 2024Dinkelsbühl, Germany
vrijdag 23 augustus 2024Riverside Festival 2024Aarburg, Switzerland
zaterdag 24 augustus 2024Stonedead Festival 2024Newark, United Kingdom
vrijdag 4 oktober 2024Rock The Locks 2024Umatilla, United States

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Biography van Eclipse

There are at least 18 artists that use this name: 1. A symphonic black metal band from Poland 2. A space rock band from Canada 3. A power metal band from Canada 4. A melodic black metal band from Finland 5. A straight edge hardcore band Sweden 6. A melodic rock band from Sweden 7. A hardcore techno DJ from the United Kingdom 8. An a capella group from Utah, United States 9. A thrash metal (early '90s) // psychedelic rock/metal (from later '90s) band from Hungary 10. A house duo from Italy 11. A cumbia group from Argentina (see grupo eclipse) 12. A seiyuu collective from Japan 13. A cumbia group from Bolivia (see grupo eclipse) 14. A pop/classical from Norway 15. A hard rock band from Sweden. 16. A Brutal Death Metal band from Ukraine. 17. A black metal band from Würzburg, Germany 18. Raw black metal project by Maurice de Jong. Netherlands. The Canadian band was founded in 1974 by Pierre Gauthier. They released 3 albums. The last "Night & Day" (released in 1977) was a relative succesw. On it "You Really Got Me", wich sounded as if Giorgio Moroder produced it. This became a club hit. 19. A Rock and Southern Rock band from from Camby, Indiana /USA. 20. An indie rock band from Japan. Facebook: Eclipse Band Entertainment Discogs: Eclipse Youtube: Eclipse - Lady of the Movie (1983) Youtube: Eclipse - Pray Pray Pray Swedish melodic rock band was formed in Stockholm in 1999 by singer Erik Mårtensson. After having produced a 4 track demo himself, he landed a deal with the English located Z records. To produce what was to become the first Eclipse album,he completed the line-up with Magnus Henriksson (Lead Guitar) & Anders Berlin (Drums & Keys). The first album "The Truth & a little more" was completed and released in 2001 on Z records. It also included guest performances by the legendary Europe guitarist Kee Marcello and Mats Olausson (ex Yngwie Malmsteen) In 2003 they landed a deal with Frontiers records and released their 2:nd album “Second To None” which was a highly critically acclaimed album among the melodic rock audience. This time the line-up featured Erik Mårtensson, Magnus Henriksson, Fredrik Folkare (bass), Magnus Ulfstedt (drums) and Mats Olausson was once again hired as a “stunt-keyboardplayer” in the studio. The album promised to appeal to all fans of such bands as Talisman and Europe due to the heavy guitar approach and the big melodies of their songwriting. Also this record got very well reviewed in the melodic rock audience and created a faithful and strong following for the band. Due to difficulties within the band and line-up changes again, the band took a couple of years off and it wouldn’t be until the summer of 2007 before they started working again. Erik Mårtensson & Magnus Henriksson (who were the surviving members of the band) took 1 week off and wrote the entire album in those seven days. Once they knew what direction to head for, it was quite easy. This time the band had gone for a straighter, classic and riff oriented hard rock. The title for their next release on Frontiers records will be “Are you ready to rock” and the new rock steady line-up of 2008 features Erik Mårtensson, Magnus Henriksson, Robert Bäck – drums and Johan Berlin – Keyboard. And they are ready! The a cappella vocal band is a six-man group with a first published album ("Once") in 2001. The Hungarian band was formed in 1990 by Tamás Tisza – guitar, Tamás Barna – guitar and Attila Hudák – bass. Later on Attila Szarvas – drums joined the band. Their music contains elements of psychedelic rock, doom and jazz music. These elements are recognizable in the harmonies and structural setting up of the songs. They released two demos and two full length albums ("Soft Orange" in 1997 and "Slowsonic" in 2006). Both releases are free to download at their official site. Matt Lee, a.k.a. Gammer, made his first appearance in the hardcore scene during 2002 and went on to be a very successful and prolific producer, best known for his extensive discography on the revamped Essential Platinum label. A large proportion of his tracks on the label are collaborations with the label's founder Dougal but he has also had solo releases and appeared alongside other artists such as G. Spencer, Innovate and DJ Seduction. In addition, he has remixed tracks from various artists including Cortina, A.M.S. and Ham under his alias Eclipse. Aside from his vinyl and digital download releases, his music appears on many albums, including the highly successful Bonkers series. There is also a multitude of Black and Death Metal bands that operate under the name 'Eclipse'. There is also a swedish straight edge hardcore band from Umeå that has released some records under the name Eclipse where amongst others the brother of Dennis Lyxzén (from Refused) is one of the members. 20) Eclipse formed in 1999. That August, the group released its first demo, "I", although shortly after its release, Eclipse had its first lineup change when drummer Ma- left. He wasn't immediately replaced, and Eclipse then released their second demo, "II", in October of 1999, to rough sales. In December of 1999, the group released its first single, which was self-titled and live-distributed only, and in March of 2000, Eclipse released their third demo, "III", which had rough sales as well. In May of 2000, bassist Satoru officially joined, and the group then rereleased their first demo, "I", that summer under their new lineup. In November of 2000, Eclipse released its first mini-album, "Eclipse-Zero", which was an absolute flop in the visual underground, and copies are extremely scarce to find today as a result. Eclipse pushed onward, however, and later appeared on the "Make an Epoch 2" omnibus in June of 2001, before running into yet another lineup change that September when Satoru and one of the guitarists of the group, Hiderin, left. While Satoru was not replaced, Hiderin was replaced by Shuji, and Eclipse went on to tour throughout the remainder of 2001 and the first half of 2002 heavily, but eventually ended up disbanding in the summer of 2002. Shuji and frontman Non both retired from the visual scene after the group split and formed the indies group Trick2Soul, which they were both active in until it eventually split in 2008. After Trick2Soul split, Non then retired from the underground music scene in general, while Shuji went on to join the indies group Eternalnote, which also split in 2010. After Eternalnote split, Shuji then retired from the underground music scene as well. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.