3818.w (Guitar), 10.XIXt (Vocals), Pi (1T 5r), v.03/170 (Bass), R 215k (Drums)

Farsot have never liked being pigeon-holed.

Flirting with Depressive Black Metal on their first recordings, the five musicians from Thuringia learned to stand on their own feet with their debut album "IIII" – not only stylistically, but conceptionally as well. In this manner, they created a classic of avant-garde Black Metal.

In 2011, these musicians – who work under cryptic noms de plume – released the legitimate successor "Insects," furthering their reputation as one of Germany's most original and extravagant Black Metal bands..