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In-Quest is a technical daith metal baund frae Belgium. Um signed with Good Life Recordings, they ar currently unsigned. The band hae been active undergroond since the mid-1990s, with Sven de Caluwe as a sangster frae 2002 to 2004, when he left to focus on Aborted; he wis replaced bi Swadish sangster Mike Löfberg frae Blockhead. They hae released sax albums to date, with a special edition Vinyl to be released in 2010.

In-Quest hae played at a number o festivals in Belgium an the Netherlands, such as Frostrock, Flanders Fields o Death, Arnhem Metal Meeting, an (alongside baunds like Slipknot, Fear Factory, Nile, Motorhead, Saxon, an Ensiferum) Graspop Metal Meeting in 2005 (Metal Dome), 2006 (Marquee 1) an 2009 (at Mainstage). They also supported Nile in 2005 on their EU tour.

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Vocals

  • NG "Noise Grinder" Ben Adams - vocals (1994-2002)
  • Dimitri Janssens - (live) vocals (2002)
  • Sven de Caluwé - vocals (2002-2004)

Guitars

  • Laurent Swaan - guitar ("1992-"1994)
  • Wim Roelants - guitar (1994-1999)
  • Jan Geenen - bass/rhythm guitar ("1992-"2006)
  • Ian van Gemeren (live)rhythm guitar (2006)
  • Valéry Bottin - rhythm guitar (2006-2010)

Bass

  • Manu van Tichelen - bass (1997-2005)
  • Joël Decoster - bass (2005-2007)
  • Jan Geenen - bass ("1992-"1997) '97-'06 Guitar


Also In-Quest f.k.a. "System Shit" active from 1992-1994 Consisted of Members:

  • NG "Noise Grinder" Ben Adams - vocals
  • Gert Monden - Drums "is the only original member" (1992-present)
  • Laurent Swaan - guitar
  • Jan Geenen - bass

Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Xylad Valox (demo, 1995)
  • Extrusion: Battlehymns (Album, Teutonic Existence, 1997)
  • Operation: Citadel (Album, Shiver Records, 1999)
  • Destination: Pyroclasm (Album, Soulreaper Records, 2003)
  • Epileptic (Album, Soulreaper, 2004)
  • The Comatose Quandaries (Album, Good Life Recordings, 2005)
  • Made Out Of Negative Matter (Album, 2009)

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