INQUISITION

In 1988 Dagon formed the thrash metal band Guillotina in Cali, Colombia. However, no demos were ever recorded and no official releases have surfaced yet. While there is a rehearsal that may appear into the underground one day, there is also a videotape of the band's live debut 1988 when they opened for Nemesis and Reencarnación. The band continued with their thrash sound until about 1994, when they evolved into a black metal band. In April 1996, Dagon left Colombia and moved back to the United States to continue Inquisition and search for a new drummer. That same year Dagon met Incubus, who joined the band on drums and the creation of their debut full-length album began. This line-up has remained stable since then and is now seen as the classic Inquisition line-up. Inquisition's style of black metal involves slow, deep and dark riffing combined with sudden tempo changes to faster sections based around blast beats and high-speed riffing; at times adding melodic solos. The classic Inquisition sound involves the combination of old school thrash metal-influenced riffs with darker and more chaotic black metal, primarily involving fast, tremolo picked minor-key guitar riffs, thus creating the trademark "Inquisition sound". Dagon is of Colombian mother and American father, and originally from the United States, but had moved to Colombia. Inquisition's early records were first released in Colombia and it was there that they first performed live playing alongside bands such as Reencarnación, among others. According to an interview with Heavy Metal Home TV, Inquisition had a bass player in 1998 (most likely Debandt) but he was kicked out due to drug-related problems. Compilation Appearances: - "The Initiation" on From Colombia with Hate - Vol.1 (Sampler, Sylphorium Records, 1999) - "Vision of the Pagan Lord" and "For Lucifer My Blood" on Promotional CD Sampler 2004 (Sampler, Sylphorium Records, 2004) - "Rituals Of Human Sacrifice For Lord Baal" (Exclusive Rehearsal Track) on Satanic Skinhead Propaganda (Sampler, Satanic Skinhead Propaganda, 2010)
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