Noctiferia

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Noctiferia

Ziherlova 4, SI-1000 Ljubljana


Phone

386 (0) 3 122 1651

Booking Agent







Bastian Doblekar




Past Events
  • Germany Wacken


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    A meet and greet with and concert by Noctiferia

    at the Wacken Open Air Festival



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    China Beijing,Changsha,Chengdu,Guangzhou,Kunming,Nanjing,Shanghai,Xi’an


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    Pax, a Chinese tour by Noctiferia to promote their latest album, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Beijing,




  • Bulgaria Sofia Jet Rock Club


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    A concert by Noctiferia




  • Romania Bucharest Turbohalle


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    A concert by Noctiferia at Maximum Rock Festival




  • Austria Spital am Semmering Kaltenbach


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    A concert by Noctiferia at Kaltenbach Open Air Festival




  • Austria Moosdorf Sportplatz Hackenbuch


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    A concert by Noctiferia

    at the ZONK Festival



  • Croatia Zadar Puntamika


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    A concert by Noctiferia

    at the Metalfest Open Air Croatia



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    Poland Kraków,Warsaw Klub Studio,Stodoła


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




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    Czech Republic Prague,Zlín Masters of Rock Cafe,MeetFactory


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Slovakia Bratislava Majestic Music Club


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Romania Bucharest Arenele Romane


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Bulgaria Sofia Hristo Botev Hall


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Italy Milan Alcatraz


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Croatia Zagreb Boogaloo


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Hungary Budapest Club 202


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




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    Austria Hohenems,Vienna Gasometer,Tennis Eventcenter


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




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    Switzerland Lausanne,Zürich Komplex,Les Docks


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




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    Spain Barcelona,Bilbao,Madrid,Santiago de Compostela


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Portugal Porto Hard Club


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    Sounds of a Playground Fading, a European tour by In Flames and Noctiferia,




  • Italy Rome Jailbreak


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    European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert with Mayhem, Guru of Darkness,




  • Bulgaria Sofia Festivalna Hall


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    European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert with Venom, Mayhem




  • Serbia Belgrade SKC


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    Mayhem, European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert




  • Slovakia Košice


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    Mayhem, European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert




  • Poland Krakow Loch Ness


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    European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert




  • Czech Republic Prague Music Hall Exit Chmelnice


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    European music tour by Noctiferia, a concert




  • Austria Vienna Szene


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    European music tour by Noctiferia




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Noctiferia is a premier death/industrial metal band in Slovenia. These pioneers and representatives of extreme metal started in Ljubljana in 1994. The band and above all its founding members, Igor Nardin (guitars) and Uroš Lipovec (bass), started recording demos and soon recorded their début "black pagan metal" album Baptism at Savica Fall – in 1997. They promoted it at many shows which established the group as the foremost East European extreme/metal act.

The current line-up of the band includes: Gianni Poposki (vocal, percussion), Igor Nardin (guitars, programming, keys), Uroš Lipovec (bass), Mathias Gergeta (drums, percussion), Roman Fileš (guitar) and Damjan Tomoski ( keys/percussion). In May 2010 Noctiferia went on a short European Death Culture Tour, sharing the stage with the legends of black metal – Mayhem and Venom, and a 25-days European tour with the Swedish band In Flames. In 2015, shortly before premièring as a first Slovenian band at the Wacken Open Air Festival, Noctiferia returned from a successful tour in China.



Discography

In 2001 Noctiferia recorded their second album Per Aspera, which indicated reorientation to more extreme/death metal. In 2002 the group toured Spain and Italy with Malevolent Creation, Immolation, and Marduk.

Their third album Slovenska Morbida [Slovene Morbidness] (2006) was again different from the previous one – including various cultural influences from female vocals, unknown sounds for metal, and strange national instruments. The band flew to Sweden to The Abyss studio and started mixing the album with Peter Tägtgren. The album received some good reviews in the international metal sub-world. It was promoted with several tours – including two UK tours with Hypocrisy and a couple of shows with Cradle of Filth and Pain. In that time Noctiferia appeared twice at the Metalcamp main stage in domestic Tolmin.

Their fourth album Death Culture was published by Listenable Records in Spring 2010. Death Culture is a result of cooperation between Noctiferia and well-known metal producers Peter Taggren and Jonas Kjellgren.

Noctiferia released PAX, it's 5th studio album in the fall 2014.

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