A founding member of the band that eventually became Demilich. Known as a master of jazzy Latino rhythms. Loves speeding on both bicycles and drumsticks.
Gear: Some kind of drums
The man that violently took over the lead of the band that eventually became Demilich. Known as a master of not knowing about guitar scales or other people’s riffs.
Function: Guitar and so called vocals
Guitars: Jackson, Gibson
Amplification: Marshall, THD
Pedals: Boss, DigiTech, Empress, Hermida, Korg, MXR, Vertex, Xotic, Dunlop, TC Electronic
Uses too many other brands of gear in his other projects.
The innocent child that was abducted from the band that later became Barathrum. Known for chattering and love of IPA. Not.
Pedals: Boss, DigiTech
The wise old man of the band. Mostly shows the latter quality. Known for, well, being a goddamn awesome bassist!
Bass guitars: Ibanez?
The irresponsible youngster of the band. Mostly shows the former quality. Known for playing all the shows Mikko cannot attend to, and for his love of tequila and scuba diving. Simultaneously.
Function: Live drums
Gear: Yamaha Recording Custom Drums, Axis pedals, Sabian Cymbals, Roland and Foot Blaster electronics
The original bassist of the band that was to become Demilich. Played on all demos until The Echo.
The second bassist of Demilich. One fourth of the legendary Nespithe line-up. Almost joined in the band when re-uniting, but then didn’t. Maybe a wise choice.
The black & death metal kiddo who was the driving force for the second coming of Demilich. Known for hating live shows and traveling, which lead to him giving up on this beautiful and very profitable career.
Function: Third guitar
The other catalyst for the second coming of Demilich. Decided to leave after… well, that’s a long story, we’ll tell it some day. We still miss his humor and jokes, but, fortunately, we get to see him frequently due to sharing the same rehearsal place. And bands. And work. And bed.