So pale is the light

Cadacross
Origin Hämeenlinna, Finland
Genres Melodic death metal
Folk metal
Power metal
Years active 1997–2005
Labels Low Frequency Records
Associated acts Ensiferum, Turisas
Past members Sami Aarnio
Tino Ahola
Kimmo Miettinen
Antti Ventola

Cadacross was a Finnish melodic death metal band formed in 1997. They went through a major line-up change after their debut album So Pale Is the Light. Georg Laakso, guitarist and vocalist, was the only remaining member from the previous lineup. By Cadacross' second album Corona Borealis, their sound had become more distinctive and had more in common with such bands as Turisas and other Finnish viking and folk metal bands.

On October 28, 2005, Laakso was injured badly in a motoring accident suffering injuries to his spinal cord, and brought about the end of Cadacross and the career of Laakso as guitarist for Turisas.

Line-up

Current

  • Sami Aarnio - vocals (see also Turisas)
  • Georg Laakso - guitar/vocals (see also Turisas)
  • Tino Ahola - guitar
  • Jukka-Pekka Miettinen - bass (see also Arthemesia)
  • Antti Ventola - keyboard (see also Turisas)
  • Nina Laakso - backing vocals
  • Kimmo Miettinen - drums (see also Arthemesia)

Past members

  • Tommi Saari - guitar
  • Jarkko Lemmetty - bass
  • Mathias Nygård - keyboards
  • Janne Salo - drums

Additional musicians (Corona Borealis)

Discography

Albums

Demos

  • Power of the Night (1997)
  • Bloody Way (1998)

See also

  • Official Website
  • BNR Metal
  • Myspace fanpage
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