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CATACOMBE originated in middle 2007 in Vale de Cambra, Portugal. It started as a one man project of Pedro SOBAST, who recorded and produced the EP 'Memoirs', a mixture of instrumental modern metal and post-rock. In September 2008, CATACOMBE made a transition from a single man endeavor to a full-blown band, introducing musicians Sérgio SOARES (Bass), Eduardo COSTA (guitar), Paulo KWANE (drums) and Cristiano MOREIRA (keyboards/samples).

End 2008 the band debuted on at Fábrica do Som, Porto, opening for NADJA (Can). In 2009, CATACOMBE also shared the stage with A STORM OF LIGHT (US), MY OWN PRIVATE ALASKA (FR), MINSK (US), MEN EATER (PT) and SLAMO (PT). In the same year the also started writing new songs for the debut full-length 'Kinetic', released late in 2010 and mastered by James Plotkin (known from his work for ISIS, KHANATE, PELICAN, EARTH).

Biography by Bonnek

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