Band: Black Comedy
If you like Black Comedy, you should also check out: Susperia
Renown for its intensely physical liveshow, tight musicianship and spectacular crossbreed of metal and synth, Black Comedy strives to break down traditional concepts and rules of musical understanding, captivating listeners and fans of varying musical preferences.
The concept of the band is to combine elements from different genres into one hard-hitting musical package. Its inspiration derives from scenes such as synth, goth, techno, experimental and progressive rock, to name a few, as much as mainstream metal. As the bands intention is to create a mechanical, synthetic and futuristic sound, thus enhancing the cold, dark, mystic feel to its music, they believe that a more eclectic and diverse atmosphere may be achieved. Based on these notions, Black Comedy chooses to define its music as cyber-metal.
Ideologically, Black Comedy has a sarcastic and ironic viewpoint to the human comedy/tragedy. Approaching themes such as the ills of society to personal/psychological problems, the lyrical content is often critical and multi-angled, intended in supplying the listener with momentums of both seriousness and witticism.
Current (or Last Known) Lineup
|Musician||Instruments||Currently Also In||Used To Be In||Guest Appearances|
|Stefano Bardellotto (as Nucleon)||Guitar|
|Bjørn M. Borg (as Bariuz)||Keyboard|
|Håkon Dedriksen (as Memnock)||Bass||Susperia||Old Man's Child|
|Marius Strand (as Cyprien)||Vocals, Guitar||Susperia|
|Ian Kenneth Åkesson (as Tjodalv)||Drums||Susperia||Dimmu Borgir, Old Man's Child|