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Lyfordeath released live video

Elsa Marques 13/03/2019 News Comments Off on Lyfordeath released live video
Lyfordeath released live video

LYFORDEATH released a music video for “Tenebrae”, extracted from their debut album “Nullius In Verba”.


Born in August 2011, by the hands of Ricardo Gonçalves, Joaquim Gonçalves and the current drummer Luís Moreira, Lyfordeath goes through a period of roster changes. Those include the presence of bass players Paulo Barbas and John Shock, the current guitar player João Almeida, the current bass player Emanuel Ribeiro and the current vocalist Gil Dias, sequentially. With the 5 elements in synch, the band enters the studio in March 2013 for the recording of the first single “Emissary of Death”.

After a small Portuguese tour to promote the first single, Ricardo Gonçalves decides, due to personal reasons abandons the band leaving Lyfordeath reduced to four elements. After a few concerts with this lineup the band incorporates Carlos Moreira as a session guitar player, launching the single “Silencio” in February 2016. On August of the same year, the band launches the single “Satan”.

In early 2017, Carlos Moreira becomes a permanent member of the band and the band enters the studio to record its first album. Finally on the 1st of December 2018, the album “Nullius in Verba” is released and it represents the culmination of years of work from the quintet.


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Adopted the role of the zine Finnish emissary, and since my addition to the roster, I have been juggling the tasks of Editor-in-chief, Promoter and Manager of the zine social media pages. As part of the permanent staff of the zine, album reviews, video and written interviews, covering live shows (text, video and photography) have been also a strong contribution to the zine work. Besides the zine "hobbies" I am also a origami, music and travel enthusiastic. Academic background: Biology degree from the University of Coimbra (Portugal); Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Center of Neurosciences & Faculty of Science and Technology (Portugal); PhD degree from the Medical Faculty, University of Helsinki (Finland).

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