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ELENIUM formed in 1995, originating from Helsinki, Finland.

Over the years, the band went through many line-up changes but despite this, the band was able to remain very productive musically and released 5 demos, one EP and 2 full length studio albums to date.

The band plays melodic death metal at the core but the overall sound goes beyond traditional melodic death and branches out into a style of progressive melodic death metal.

The current line-up consists of Nassir Halloo on drums, Johannes Silo on keyboards, Cuomo Rosanne on bass, Ville Lippmann on guitar, Laura Koskenniemi on guitar and Jukka Pelkonen on vocals.

ELENIUM has been approved by the Progressive Metal Team.

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For Giving, For Getting by Elenium (2007-01-01)For Giving, For Getting by Elenium (2007-01-01)
Rage of Achilles
Caught in a WheelCaught in a Wheel
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