There are at least ten artists with this name: DUSK GENRES
1) A U.S. death/doom band. The band released a self-titled album 'Dusk' which had more of a death metal influence, but the follow up album, 'Majestic Thou In Ruin' was doom-metal. Much like their predecessors Thergothon, Dusk quickly broke up.
2) A Hungarian black metal band.This band described own music style in the album Deathgate as "True Carpathian Black Metal".First reales in 1996 'Fight Of The Soul'. Lyrical themes: Misanthropy, Hatred, Depths of human soul.
3) A Pakistani death/progressive metal band. Credited as originators of the entire metal scene in Pakistan. The band consisted of Faraz Anwar and Babar Sheikh. Faraz Anwar is an extremely talented guitarist, winner of a Berklee scholarship and appreciated by people like Steve Vai and Joe Satriani.
4) A Japanese band.
5) A studio pop creation of the early 70’s, made as a female-fronted answer to Dawn (made with the same producers/musicians). Lead vocals were by Peggy Santaglia, former lead singer of The Angels. Singles included "I Hear Those Church Bells Ringing" and "Angel Baby".
6) A Malaysian underground Power/Death Metal band.
7) An Australian four piece acoustic based band who play roots grooves, Dusk are from Fremantle, Western Australia. They're debut ep entitled 'The Fragile Escape/Butterflies EP' will be released in March 2006.
8) A Belgian metal band.
9) An Italian Band which realeased one record so far: Nemo Ante Mortem Beastus.
They play Dark Metal.
10) A Dutch rockband, with famous philosopher Ad Verbrugge as lead-singer.
DUSK LYRICAL THEMES
United States of America (Green Bay, WI), formed in 1993
DUSK CURRENT RECORD LABEL
DUSK CURRENT LINE-UP
Steve Cross - Guitar & Synthesizer (1993-1998) (ex-Aphotic)
Tim Beyer - Guitar & Synthesizer (1993-1998) (ex-Aphotic)
Keith Powers - Bass (1996-1998) (ex-Aphotic)
Chad - Vocals (1996-1998) (ex-Aphotic)
Shimron - Drums (1996-1998)
DUSK PREVIOUS LINE-UP
Steve Crane - Bass & Vocals (1993-1996)
Ron Heemstra - Drums (1993-1996)
Stephanie Reinl (Vocals on Majestic Thou In Ruin)
Tim Pantzlaff (Cello on Majestic Thou In Ruin)