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Negura Bunget

Negur? Bunget began its journey through the universe of Black Metal in early 1995. The first demo, From Transilvanian Forests, was recorded in November 1995 and released under the band's original name, Wiccan Rede. The release of this demo was preceded by the band's first live performance, in Buzau (June 1995) and was then followed by concerts all around Romania.

Once the conceptual perspective shifted towards the exploration of the universe and spirituality of their ancestors, the band's name changed to Negur? Bunget. The new approach became clearly evident on the debut album, Zîrnindu-s?, released by the newly founded Romanian label Bestial Records (late 1996).

December 1998 brought Negur? Bunget's second release, Sala Molksa, a MCD also released by Bestial Records. The 4 tracks unveil a much more straight-forward sound, complex, aggressive, atmospheric, fast - The Music of Transilvanian Spirituality.

M?iastru sfetnic is the third opus of Negur? Bunget. The album was released by Bestial Records in 1999 in a special digipak format (designed and handmade by Negur? Bunget). More than 56 minutes, yet only 6 epic tracks, displaying the band's vision on how a Black Metal-based world should have looked like.

M?iastru sfetnic brought the band a 3 albums contract with Italian label code666 Records. A new track was recorded specially for code666's compilation Better Undead Than Alive, and the band's first video was shot for the same track (V?zduh) in the mountains of Transilvania.
'N crugu bradului album, the first one to be released by code666 Records, can be seen as a spiritual endeavor though the essences of the Transilvanian traditional spirituality. Just 4 tracks, symbolizing the evolution of a year's 4 seasons, yet 54 minutes of conceptual Black Metal. The album was released in February 2003, and got positive reviews all over the media, making the band well known on the international scene.

In April/March 2004 Negur? Bunget embarked on its first European tour, with gigs in Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Slovakia and Hungary. In the following summer the band also played at Under The Black Sun Festival in Germany and on Wanted Festival in Hungary. Finally, a few gigs in Romania ended the year.

2005 saw the release of the limited edition Inarborat Kosmos. A second European Tour followed in October- November 2005, in anticipation of the following album, OM. 23 gigs all over Europe showed the band live potential is no less than its studio one.

OM is finally released by code666 Records in November 2006 in a special double digipak edition featuring a CD and a full DVD. With OM Negur? Bunget proposes once again a new complete opus, focused around the symbolism and signification of one unitary concept. Romanian language offers a vast and complex signification: OM means MAN (the human being), but OM is also the main contemplative state for elevation in traditional esotericism. A new extended European Tour took place in April/May 2007, with the band performing more than 40 concerts throughout the Europe. Another tour was done at the end of 2007, focused more on Netherlands and Germany.

In October 2007 Negur? Bunget signed a contract with German label Lupus Lounge / Prophecy Production followed by the release in 2008 of the early Negur? Bunget albums on a special digipak edition. A live DVD was also recorded at the beginning of 2008 and planned to be released by Prophecy Productions in early 2011. The begging of 2008 marked yet another European tour for Negur? Bunget, this time along The Vision Bleak and Farsot. This was followed by a Romanian Tour in April.

In the summer of 2008 Negur? Bunget played some of the most important Metal Festivals: Wacken Open Air and Summerbreeze, but also Artmania Festival, Kaltenbach Open Air, Rockmania Festival, Paalisare Rock Fest.

Another extended European Tour was completed in October/November 2008. The work on M?iestrit, a re-interpretation of the original Negur? Bunget album M?iastru sfetnic was finalized before the end of 2009, and the album was released in March 2010, by Prophecy Productions.

Soon after the band started to work on a new album, entitled Vîrstele p?mîntului, which was completed on seclusion in the wilderness of the mountains. Vîrstele p?mîntului (Ages of the Land/ Earth) is as the title suggests an album about ages, about places of the earth and places of the spirit, about bounds transcending worlds. It's an album about embracing your destiny, about choosing and consciously assuming a way of life. The album was released by code666 Records in March 2010, in a special handmade woodbox edition, and got some amazing review across the media. A full European Tour, entitled Spirit of the Land followed in March/April/May 2010, with 50 gigs across Europe, presenting the new materials.
2010 was the most intense year in the history of Negur? Bunget. Two albums released, followed by a long European tour as headliners (Spirit of the Land Tour), another tour in autumn (Black Trolls Over Europe - 10 dates), some festivals in between (including Hellfest) and a lot of work, all make this year special and unforgettable. Figures for 2010: 72 gigs played, 2 European Tours as headliners, more than 50.000 km of driving on our van, 66 answered interviews, more than 10.000 CD's sold.
2011 marked 15 years of Negur? Bunget, so all the band activities celebrated this anniversary. April brought the release of the Live DVD - Focul Viu and of the MCD - Poart? de dincolo symbolically marking the end of the 10 years cooperation with Code666 Records. April also meant a tour along Norwegian legends Enslaved. Some summer festivals were played - Exit and Party San. The second part of 2011 saw the band on the Transilvanian Legacy Tour, traveling through Europe and Romania, playing more than 35 dates. In 2011 Negur? Bunget started developing its most ambitious project, The Transilvanian Trilogy, a complex musical and visual trilogy.
2012 was another busy year for the band. March brought Negur? Bunget on Paganfest Europe 2012 on a amazing line-up along Eluveitie, Primordial, Heidevolk and Solstafir. April/May was time for the very first US and Canadian tour - almost 40 dates were set for this amazing endeavor / Transilvanian Legacy US. Some summer festivals followed. The first part of the visual / musical trilogy was developed and a complex production and recording process started. Some media recognition - the band was voted Best Romanian Metal band in 2012 by, Romanian leading metal Portal and Metal Artist of 2012 by
The 2013 started again intensely, with a complete reset of the band studio and live concept, meant to take Negur? Bunget on some brand new paths. A small tour in spring, some festivals in the summer, all prepared for an intense end of the year - the EP gînd a-prins was completed in autumn and the band performed over 70 gigs in 3 months, throughout 3 different tours (including one with Greek legends Rotting Christ). Some media recognition again - the band was voted Best World Metal band in 2013 by and Best Romanian Metal Band in 2013 by

T?U, the first part of the Transilvanian Trilogy is finally seeing the light of day in 2014. Negur? Bunget prepared an extensive promotion for it, including an European Tour in spring, followed by one in US and Canada in May and June.

With more than 500 live appearances up to date, Negur? Bunget is eager to unleash the power of their Black Metal, promoting its musical and spiritual vision and, as always... The Transilvanian Spirituality.

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