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Mortarium

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Info

Country: Brazil
History: 2008 – Present
Status: Active
Style: Doom Metal

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Biography

Mortarium is the only Brazilian female doom death metal band.

2008. Tainá Domingues, Ana Paula Rodrigues, Juliane Sousa and Raquel Amara, joined their forces to start a Doom Metal project to fill the absence of bands with a darker proposal. The following year, for personal reasons, Raquel Amara left the project.

In 2010, Natáliah Rodrigues takes the vocals duties, contributing to the band’s characterization and identity. That same year, Mortarium made their first live performances, receiving an excellent feedback from the crowd.

In 2011, Natáliah and Ana Paula Rodrigues were no longer part of Mortarium. Thus, the current lineup remains as Juliane Sousa, Tainá Domingues, Vivi Alves and Laiane Gaião. Along its way Mortarium has played in important festivals in Rio and outside the state.

The band has invited for the “Doomed Serenades”, the first Brazilian Doom Metal selection, was released in national territory. Mortarium takes part in this selection with the song “The awakening of the Spirit”. They also took part in “Eclipse Doom Festival” (the greatest Doom metal festival in Brazil) in São Paulo.

Lineup

Tainá Domingues – Guitar and guttural vocals
Vivi Alves – Bass, vocals
Julie Sousa – Drums

Former Members

Natáliah Rodrigues – Vocals
Ana Paula Rodrigues – Bass
Raquel Amara . Guitar
Laiane Gaião – Vocals
Luana Braga – Bass

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