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Rank #2 US Minneapolis, MN Electronica / Darkwave/Rock / Trance/Gothic


Sounds Like: Pink Floyd, Cocteau Twins, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Crystal Castles, The Birthday Massacre

Bio: Amyrrhond is a musical project of mine that combines a number of sounds and genres that I have enjoyed over time. A generally ethereal mix, it blends some combination of electronica, rock, synthpop, trance, gothic, and industrial/metal. Listen in, fan me if something resonates, and feel free to l... See Full Bio

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New tracks online: the first is a dark electrorock piece called Sever featuring Felicia Mitchell. Ultraviolet offers a more uptempo trip.


“This Friday, March 9, 2012 - Amyrrhond makes it's debut with two contributions, "Incarcera" and "Darker Shade" on KFAI's Across the Board hosted by none other than DJ SLT Tom Wollenberg. Please check out the radio show page and listen in this Friday after midnight. We are very excited and thank SLT for the love and support.”
— rK and KFAI - 1
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  • Scott Sullivan (Artist) Scott Sullivan
    Enjoying "Sever" tonight - smooth grooves and superb vocals!!
  • The Ian Black Band (Artist) The Ian Black Band
    Really nice instrumentation! Enjoyed The Descent!
  • Aleksander (Artist) Aleksander
    I love Ultraviolet :)
  • The Harry Munk Project (Artist) The Harry Munk Project
    Back for another listen "sever" is a fantastic track loving the vocals wishing you much success all the best from us all at Harry Munk
  • REA (Artist) REA
    Really like the heavy drive, dark mixed with the floaty ethereal...Nice! Best in your journey of notes. REA
  • Hector Lopez Tesillos (Artist) Hector Lopez Tesillos
    The Descent my favorite, very cool dark vibe. Good production. Thanks for noticing me. Cheers from Woodbury.
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Q: where did you get the name ?
A: I wanted a name that suggested a far off and mystic destination, something new and unknown and yet vaguely familiar. Such that a journey to Amyrrhond would both challenge and comfort its visitors... leaving them with the ethereal memories of a dream.

Asked by hilrant. Answered on Sat Aug 11 2012