|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Opus III: Ad Caelestis Res||8||Audio||2000||Napalm Records|
|2||Forlorn||5||Audio||1996||Head Not Found|
|3||The Crystal Palace||8||Audio||1996||Head Not Found|
|5||The Crystal Palace||8||Audio||1996||Head Not Found|
|6||Opus III: Ad Caelestis Res||8||Audio||2000||Napalm Records|
|8||The Crystal Palace||8||Audio||2001||Head Not Found|
|9||The Crystal Palace||8||Audio||1998||Mystic Production|
|10||Opus III: Ad Caelestis Res||8||Audio||2000||Napalm Records America|
|11||Ad Caelestis Res||8||Audio||2000||Mystic Production|
Forlorn was formed in Norway in 1992 by Alvarin (guitar, vocals). He soon joined forces with C. Worhn (guitar, keyboard) in 1996 who, just like Alvarin, played in 122 Stab Wounds. Through that band they recruited Sanrabb Aske (vocals) and then released their debut EP, "Forlorn", through Head Not Found Records same year. After the release they began working on the full-length album, "The Crystal Palace", which was released same year. In 1999 Sanrabb Aske left the band and they also left Head Not Found Records and then signed a deal with Napalm Records.
Same year they released their second album, "Opus III - Ad Caelestis Res", and after the release C. Worhn decided to leave the band. Alvarin changed name to Hennex and recruited S. Winter (drums), Dolgar (guitar), Vulpes (bass) and Iego (keyboard). The band started working on their third full-length album and in 2002 Iego left the band. Bladorthín Lónafell took his place and in 2003 the album "Hypernation" was released.
In 2004 the band split up.