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There are at least two bands with the name 'In Solitude'.

1) In Solitude was a Swedish heavy metal band formed in 2002 in Uppsala, Sweden and broke up in 2015. The band have released three full-length albums, their latest being Sister, released in 2013 through Metal Blade Records. They released their debut album In Solitude in 2008 through Season of Mist. The band released their second album, The World. The Flesh. The Devil in 2011 through Metal Blade Records. Read more on Last.fm

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Live: Behemoth @ London Kentish Town Forum – 10 February 2014

February 14th, 2014

Behemoth at Bloodstock Open Air 2012 by Gary Wolstenholme (because we don't have a London gig shot, OBVS)

With their new album The Satanist only just released (and already getting plenty of plaudits), Behemoth came to London this week to headline a show on top of a stacked bill of bands to remind people why it’s already being touted as an early contender for one of the albums of the year. Okay, technically it was a co-headline with Cradle of Filth, but there was no argument over who was going on last. Cheryl Carter hit the Kentish Town Forum early doors to catch the whole show. Well, nearly the whole show.

6 things we learnt while watching Behemoth in London:

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The Thrash Hits Cloudcast 011: 30 September – 06 October 2013

October 2nd, 2013

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For this week’s Cloudcast, our deputy editor Hugh is going it alone – we’ve got a cut from In Solitude (our pick for If You Buy One Thing This Week), as well as tracks by Soulfly, More Than Conquerors, Baby Godzilla, Conan, and Wet Nuns. Oh, and a track by a little-known Watford punk band called Shockmaster. Apparently, they are so very proud of all their boys.

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Season’s Bleedings 2011: In Solitude – Pelle Åhman thinks about setting God on fire. It’s probably not the first time he’s thought about that, to be honest.

December 21st, 2011

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We were half-tempted to push Pelle Åhman from In Solitude as to why he kept answering our Christmas questions with the somewhat ominous threats of “coming closer”, but we figured it was probably safer in the long run not to poke the bollocks a man with a dead birds fetish and fantasies about setting God on fire.

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