Origin: Argentina
Genres: Gothic Metal

Carnarium  


This Argentinian band dates back to 1993, at which time they played straight death metal, as heard on their self-titled demo. Gradually they started experimenting with more symphonic forms of extreme metal, and by the time of their debut (and, to date, only full-length) album Constelaciones De Requiems in 2002, they had transformed into a full-fledged gothic metal band. Several of the hallmarks of gothic metal are at the forefront here -- classic beauty-and-the-beast vocals (graceful soprano female contrasted with male death growls), keyboards aplenty (violins too?), and arrangements on the busy and adventurous side. The production is a bit thin, a slight detriment for a style where rich, full instrumentation is a requirement. Overall this is an album where the potential outweighs the realized songs -- good ideas, but just not fleshed out yet. Apparently the band still exists, though the lineup is markedly different than the one that recorded Constelaciones.

Current Members

Keila Lorraine Araziel

vocals

Cannibal

vocals

Pablo Dello Valle

guitars

Javier Minniti

bass

Gustavo Jawanske

keyboards

Gustavo Arambiche

drums

Former Members/Guests

Andrea Goldberg

vocals

Nestor Ortiz

vocals

Enrique Farfan

guitars

Luciano Santagapita

bass

Andrés Blanco (guest)

keyboards

Pablo Querol

drums


Discography



Constelaciones De Requiems 
2002
  1. Intro
  2. El Cristal
  3. Desafio
  4. El Lamento Del Vampiro
  5. El Ocaso De Los Sueños
  6. La Huida De Angora
  7. Resplandor Ancestral
  8. Fénix
  9. El Joven Y El Diablo
  10. Magdalena, Marcha Nupcial
  11. Orix Tiem Mortum Dae
  12. Lascia Qu'io Pianga (Hidden Track)
  • Andrea Goldberg
  • Nestor Ortiz
  • Pablo Dello Valle
  • Enrique Farfan
  • Luciano Santagapita
  • Andrés Blanco
  • Pablo Querol




Viaje De Ecos Infinitos  COMPILATION
2006


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