After some years trying to find the right people to set a line up, Mina (vocals) and Lap (bass) find musicians between 2010 and 2012, being able at last to play live and record a homemade demo, published only digital.

During the next years, the line-up comes back to its roots, just Mina and Lap, recording an EP in 2013 that never sees the light, except “Walkyrie” included in the compilation “I Recopilatorio de Iberia Metálica”.

The same year, Mina moves to Madrid to find musicians and establish a new line up. In 2015, the line up includes also J. J. Negrete and Sara C., both on guitars. The same year, the band starts to record a new EP .

In early 2016, Albertt von Krow enters as a drummer and while waiting for the release of the EP, one track of if, “Tale of Revenge” is included in the compilation “Spanish Steel Attack Vol. 1”. In October of that same year, “Wield Revenge” is released with an album made by Mina, and through both Metal Crusaders and Lullaby Records. This allows the band to starts to play live again, being well-received by the media (Thundersteel Magazine, Streetclip, etc) in both aspects.

Wield Revenge artwork

Starting a new year, J.J. leaves the band in 2017, being replaced by Darío Torralba, and allowing the band to continue with its projects, being selected in some contests such as “Ampudia Apoya la Música” y “Barcia Metal Fest” while playing during that whole time in an intense tour through the country, with Slough Feg, Attick Demons among others.

At the end of 2018, a new line up change occurs, delaying the plans for the release of the debut album until November of 2020, when ‘GODS OF DEATH’, mixed and mastered by Cederick Forsberg (BLAZON STONE, CRYSTAL VIPER…) and counting again with an artwork signed by Mina, is released during the covid pandemic through Rafchild Records, getting great reviews from media and huge enthusiasm from the fans, finding a place in a good number of “lists of the year” despite the late date for the release.

A couple of weeks after the release is out, the band receives an offer from Spiritual Best, wanting to release a Japanese version of this debut, and including two bonus tracks: Ruins of War (demo) & Child of the Damned (Warlord cover).

Gods of Death artwork
From left to right: David B., Albertt Von Krow, Mina Walkure, Lap & Sara C.