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Aion

Aion was formed in Poznań in January 1996. In this year, band recorded their first promotional demo. One month later, in July, Aion signed contract with Poznanian record label Morbid Noizz Productions. In result of this, the first studio album entitled Midian, was released. In 1997 album received "debut of the year" award by readers of Metal Hammer (Polish edition). During promotional tour they supported bands, such as Mercyful Fate, King of Diamond, Artrosis, Vader, Love Like Blood and Sacriversum. Signing contract with Massacre Records led to grow band's popularity outside motherland. In mid-1997 band played at Wacken Open Air festival.
In the end of July 1998, Aion recorded material to the second album, Noia, which was released in November, the same year. The album was nomineed to presigious Polish Fryderyki award in "hard 'n' heavy album of the year" category. Noia contains cover version of Carl Orff's "O Fortuna". Releasing of the third album, Reconciliation (2000), was connected with changing of record label to Metal Mind Productions. Band's lineup was exchanged by first time in 2001, where keyboardist Łukasz Migdalski was replaced by Marcin Żmuda. After that year, band members changed several times. In 2001-2004 period Aion released two albums: Symbol and One of 5.


Discography:

Studio albums
- Midian (1999)
- Noia (1998)
- Reconciliation (2000)
- Symbol (2001)
- One of 5 (2004)

Singles
- "O Fortuna" (1998)

Band members:

Current members
- Marcin Patyk - vocals (since 2003)
- Daniel Jokiel - rhythm guitar (since 1996)
- Artur "Methal" Szymański - bass guitar (since 2003)
- Dominik "Młody" Jokiel - lead guitar (since 1996)
- Marek Wawrzyniak - drums

Former members
- Marcin "Żuraw" Żurawicz - drums (1996-2004)
- Mariusz "Marian" Krzyska - vocals (1996-2003)
- Witalis "Milli" Jagodziński - bass guitar (1996-2003)
- "Kamil" - bass guitar (1996)
- "Pluto" - guitar (1996)
- Łukasz "Migdał" Migdalski - keyboard instruments, piano, flute (1996-2000)
- Marcin Żmuda - keyboard instruments


From: www.en.wikipedia.org

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