Oregon's duo Fanisk (guitar and synthesizer) played symphonic black-metal on
Die and Become (2002) and Noontide (2003).
Eldrig VanSee of Fanisk debuted solo with the
grandiose quasi-shoegazing guitar tapestry of
the all-instrumental Kali (Supernal, 2007) that sounded like
Fanisk without the keyboards.
Everlasting War Divinity (Eastside, 2007) added
neoclassical keyboards to the soaring melodies and riffs, while maintaining
the thrash rhythms.
Continuing the progression away from black metal and towards neoclassical
prog-rock, Mysterion (Supernal, 2008) emphasized the sound of the
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