EQUIMANTHORN, the acclaimed Sumerian and ambient "supergroup" led by Equitant (ABSU, EQUITANT) and Proscriptor (ABSU, MELECHESH), have reformed. Joining Equitant and Proscriptor in the group are Mark Riddick, Michael Riddick (both of THE SOIL BLEEDS BLACK), and David Harbour (DAVID HARBOUR, ex-KING DIAMOND, CHASTAIN). The band's third opus, "Second Sephira Cella", is currently being recorded in Ashburn, Virgina and Dallas, Texas."It has been nearly a decade since the last EQUIMANTHORN recording and we are now very stimulated to bring this project back to life," explains Proscriptor. A late 2003/early 2004 release is expected. EQUIMANTHORN are currently approaching various esteemed record labels for the publishing of this occult musical documentation. EQUIMANTHORN's first two albums, "Nindinugga Nimshimshargal Enlillara" (1993) and "Lectionum Antiquarum" (1992-1997) were both released through Greece's now-defunct Unisound Records. A new web site, www.equimanthorn.com, will be in full operation soon.
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