Gorgoroth is a Norwegian black metal band based in Bergen. Taake's vocalist Hoest performed vocals for the Latin America tour. The tour went really well, with both great audiences, crew and support bands. The music and lyrics on the album were mainly written by Infernus, but guitarist Tormentor also contributed as composer, most notably on the title track, and former vocalist Pest wrote the lyrics on 4 tracks.
In May 1998, Gorgoroth played five dates in Germany on Cradle of Filth's European tour, with support from Old Man's Child and Einherjer. Songs such as "Will to Power" showcased strong industrial, dark ambient, and noise influences (more so than on Destroyer and Under the Sign of Hell, both of which showed signs of experimentation).
Infernus, the founding member and guitarist of Gorgoroth, began work on this album in October 2006, and was first reported to be writing it when he was released on parole from prison in March 2007. After various shows around Europe in the first half of 2005, including the With Full Force Festival in July, Gorgoroth then went out on a month-long European tour with 1349 in November 2005, this time with Skagg (Gaahlskagg) replacing Teloch as live guitarist. Under the Sign of Hell was released in 1997, and Gorgoroth went on their first headlining European tour in fall 1997, with support by Mystic Circle.
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 On December 4, 2008, it was announced that Pest had returned as the vocalist..
 In September 2010, Gorgoroth embarked on a mini-tour in South America and were announced to be touring Europe again in November 2010 after switching to Massive Music booking agency.  Gorgoroth also performed at Wacken Open Air in summer 1998, and performed at the Tuska Open Air Metal Festival in Helsinki, Finland, and in Oslo, Norway with Gehenna and Dødheimsgard. Once you're logged in, you will be able to comment. This despite the fact that the three of them were all in the same, small apartment at the time. (in Polish)", "GORGOROTH: 'Black Mass In Krakow' DVD May Get Released After All", "Gorgoroth Part Ways With Bassist King Ov Hell", "Gorgoroth Feature Interview At Blistering.com", "Gorgoroth – Heavy Metal – News – Gorgoroth Videos – Gorgoroth Ringtones – mp3s – Tabs – Wallpaper – lyrics", "GORGOROTH Frontman Calls For More Church Burnings; Police To Investigate", "GORGOROTH: More South American Dates Announced", "GORGOROTH Vocalist, Bassist Vow To Carry On Following Split With Guitarist", "GORGOROTH Frontman: 'We Will Raise The Flame Higher And Brighter Than Ever, "INFERNUS Claims Victory In GORGOROTH Name Dispute – Mar.  In an interview made shortly after quitting the band, he confirmed he had problems with the ideology in public, but not in his private life. Bergens Tidende reports that a four to five hour-long drama in the jury room resulted in court history being made in Norway.
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 On January 7, 1994, Firda, the major newspaper in the county of Sogn og Fjordane where the band originated from, ran a cover story on the demo, with the headline "Local music with Satanic symbolism".
 This marked the first Gorgoroth live appearance of both vocalist Pest and bassist Ares. Atterigner of the Serbian band Triumfall was announced as vocalist for the next Gorgoroth studio album, Instinctus Bestialis. If a new comment is published from a "banned" user or contains a blacklisted word, this comment will automatically have limited visibility (the "banned" user's comments will only be visible to the user and the user's Facebook friends).  Gorgoroth also performed at UKA 2009 in Trondheim, Norway, on October 19, 2009.  It remained in the charts for five weeks, peaking at a number 3 position.
"We can only speculate as to what the jury based its answer on," said the prosecutor.
 Gorgoroth was nominated in the "Metal" category at the 35th annual Spellemann Awards for this album (the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy Awards). (1992-present), Bass "First they state that my client wasn't involved in the rape of the woman, or that he even knew that a rape had occurred. Malicious Records released the band's second album, Antichrist, in 1996, and also re-released the debut album Pentagram.
In late June 2009, it was announced that the vocals on True Norwegian Black Metal - Live in Grieghallen were rerecorded by Pest.  This is the only released Gorgoroth recording which has not appeared on a full-length Gorgoroth album. He also stated that future live performances would minimise use of the Gorgoroth songs written between 2002 and 2004 (although only three songs by King ov Hell and two by Kvitrafn – four of which had lyrics written by Gaahl – were ever performed live), and that priority would be given to both older and brand new material.
© 2020 Blabbermouth.net Gaahl served a sentence in jail from spring to December 2006 for the assault which happened in February 2002, and Infernus served a 4-month sentence for 'gross negligent rape' between October 2006 and March 2007, for an incident which took place in 2003.  The re-recording, with Pest on vocals and Tomas Asklund on drums, was released as Under the Sign of Hell 2011 in December 2011.  Twilight of the Idols was released by Nuclear Blast in May 2003, and the band subsequently performed at the Hole in the Sky festival in Bergen in August 2003.
PP is the official music publishing company of the band Gorgoroth. The Gorgoroth name dispute refers to a legal dispute between musicians from Norwegian black metal band Gorgoroth over who had ownership of the band's name, which was derived from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium.
 In May, 2000, Gorgoroth headlined a European tour, with bands like Old Man's Child and Krisiun as supporting acts.
The band has never officially published their lyrics, neither through album booklets nor other sources, online or otherwise. Then he's punished because he should have realized what had happened.". According to the article, the release of the demo and flyers with Satanic symbols led to "concerned parents contacting the Sheriff's Office in Fjaler".
GORGOROTH guitarist Infernus was convicted of aggravated sexual assault but was cleared of the more serious rape charge by a Norwegian court on Monday (Jan. 9).
 For the band's European and Central American headlining tours of October and November 2004, drummer Dirge Rep (ex-Enslaved, Gehenna) and guitarist Teloch (Nidingr) were recruited. The album was recorded during 1999, after drummer Vrolok and bassist T-Reaper had left the band and been replaced by drummer Erlend Erichsen (a.k.a.
In August 2012, Pest notified the band members that he would not be able to take part in Gorgoroth's September 2012 tour of Latin America.
 Though these charges were considered, the band was not charged as it was ruled that they were unaware of the fact that what they were doing was illegal, although the concert organiser was eventually fined 10,000 zł in 2007 as he knew about it and neither informed the band that it was against the law nor intervened. The reason for this suppression is not fully known, though Infernus has expressed disdain towards the prospect of material being covered by other bands, among other reasons.