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Bitter Frost was formed back in 2004 by Chris Erikson and Stacey Rugley. Their influences where Emperor and Windir at the time. Chris had always had Yngwie as an influence in his guitar playing so the focus was to create extreme metal with a melodic twist. After years of playing around with recording Chris decided to get serious about actually releasing an album, so to retain his vision for the project he parted ways with Stacy. However they both worked together on another Project called Oplexicon. This partnership was later dissolved and it's results can be seen in the Oplexicon Suite at the end of the Debut album.

It took Chris many years to finally be satisfied with his musical direction and audio engineering skills. So in the beginning of 2009 he started to compile all of his songs together to bring them to perfection. Out of 35 different songs 13 where selected.

The idea of having multiple vocalists on the album came from Chris's dissatisfaction with his singing, so he invited friends and local musicians to participate in the album.

The debut album is a combination of 5 years of persistence and learning, featuring a wide range of different styles all with a common foundation in Black Metal.
Why this name?
I bought the name from my friend Stacy because i suck at naming stuff
Do you play live?
Im a studio musician. It takes me hundreds of takes to be satisfied with a guitar solo, i dont think i would even like to play live.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
For the better, now I can fully bypass Record labels and still get exposure!
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Probably not
Your influences?
Too many to mention
Favorite spot?
The Fjords of Norway
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