Tore Stjerna

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Tore Stjerna
Born (1976-08-18) 18 August 1976 (age 42) [1]
Genres Black metal
Occupation(s) Musician

Tore Gunnar Stjerna (a.k.a. Necromorbus) has played guitar and drums in the following bands; Watain, Chaos Omen, Corpus Christii, Funeral Mist, Ofermod, Zavorash, Desolation, In Aeternum. He is also a producer who owns Necromorbus Studio.

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Watain is a Swedish black metal band from Uppsala, formed in 1998. The band's name is taken from an early recording by the American black metal group Von. The band have become infamous for their Theistic Satanist views and for their live shows which involve pyrotechnics, candles, Satanic rituals, animal carcasses, and blood. At a now-notorious live performance in Brooklyn in 2014 they doused audience members in animal blood, allegedly causing some members of the audience to vomit. This was picked up and publicised by TMZ, generating controversy around the incident. To date they have released six full-length albums, as well as three live albums and a number of demos and EPs. Their most recent album Trident Wolf Eclipse was released on 5 January 2018 through Century Media Records. The band's core lineup has remained stable since their formation, consisting of Erik Danielsson, Pelle Forsberg, and Håkan Jonsson, though as of 2015 Jonsson no longer performs live, his live duties are now covered by Emil Svensson aka E. Forcas of fellow Uppsala Death metal band Degial.

Funeral Mist is a Swedish black metal band formed in Stockholm in 1993. To date, the band have released three full-length albums, three EPs and a compilation boxset. Since 2003, the band's sole permanent member has been Arioch, also known for his work as the frontman of the black metal band Marduk. Their latest album, Hekatomb, was released through Norma Evangelium Diaboli on June 15, 2018.

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