Members of Thorns: Bård Eithun, Bjørn Dencker, Harald Eilertsen, Jon Wesseltoft, Kenneth Kapstad, Marius Vold, Snorre Ruch, Terje Myhre Kråbøl
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Discography of Thorns:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Thorns Vs Emperor 19 Audio 1999 Moonfog Productions
2 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio 1999
3 Thorns 8 Audio 2001 Moonfog Productions
4 Thorns 8 Audio 2001 Moonfog Productions
5 Thorns 8 Audio 2008 Kaleidoscope Prod.
6 Stigma Diabolicum (1989-1992) 20 Audio 2007 Kyrck Productions
7 Stigma Diabolicum 11 Audio 2007-10-00 Kyrck Productions
8 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio 2008 Irond
9 Thorns Vs Emperor 12 Audio 2011-04-04 Peaceville
10 Thorns Emperor 8 Audio
11 Thorns 10 Audio 2012-07-23 Peaceville
12 Embrace // Fragment 2 Audio 2002-06-16 Institute Of Civil Disobedience
13 Fragment / Be My Love 3 Audio 2002-08-16 Institute Of Civil Disobedience
14 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio Mystic Production
15 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio Moonfog Productions (2)
16 Thorns 8 Audio Moonfog Productions
17 Kyrck Productions Testpress Edition Chapter I-VII 61 Audio
18 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio 1999 Moonfog Productions
19 Thorns Vs Emperor 8 Audio 2014-03-10 Peaceville
20 Thorns Vs Emperor 10 Audio 1998-08-00 Moon Records (2)
21 Grymyrk 6 Audio 1991-06-00 Not On Label
22 The Trøndertun Tape 3 Audio 1992 Not On Label

Norwegian black metal/electronic band turned one-man project featuring session musicians.

Formed in 1989 as Stigma Diabolicum by [a405197] and [a450003] who recorded a demo in the winter of that same year. In 1990 [a2376789] and [a344903] joined on bass and drums. In 1991 they changed their name to the simplistic english Thorns due to the escalation of latin names in the black metal scene. Harald and Snorre recorded "Grymyrk" - a bass and guitar set of 6 songs for Bård and Marius to listen to for rehearsals. A couple of additional rehearsals were recorded with this line-up on a cassette deck. In 1992 two tracks were recorded with session musicians in a school studio, known as the "Trøndertun" tape. Later in 1992 [a=Euronymous] and Snorre decided to play second guitar in each other's bands ([a=Mayhem] and Thorns), resulting in the break-up of Thorns.

After only a few month Snorre left Mayhem and reactivated Thorns - from here on a one-man project.

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