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Roger van Essen (bass)
Marc Pulver (guitars)
Tobias Weber (vocals)
Daniel Hoppe (drums)
Uwe Piontek (guitars)
1994 A Species threatened by extinction saw the light of the world. The proud parents decided to chose the cosmopolitan name morOn. The name simply sounded only cool and has no deeper meaning although the English translation was already known. At the time the baby was born the circumstances, however, didn’t seem particularly rosy for the HeavyMetal genre. But this off-spring should turn out to be a fighter and withstand the sharp headwind ironly.
1996 The seriousness of the music life started after unconcerned youth years of flirtations with various musicians. morOn convinced the critical jury of a competition of young bands and after all attained the silver medal in the final. Avaricious producers like vultures circled promptly over this blossoming little plant and bruised it with false promises around its rightful pay. It early turned out clearly that there are rude customs in the MusicBiz country!
But what doesn’t kills toughens up!
2002 A record company from Northern Germany became aware of the 5 boys from the Niederrhein after the band’s third release of own management.
2005 The current album is waiting to be released after successful recordings in Bremen. Together with the KBManagement and the new Long player “Quinta Essentia” the band now hopes to head towards a successful semiprofessional future.
morOn – Pressinfo
Different idols of the music history flow into morOn's songs and the influence of Iron Maiden, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Dream Theater or also Rush, Queen and Guns `n Roses shows clearly the direction the band wants to go.
Neck breaking guitar riffs, strong bulbous bass lines and driving drums run through various song parts and song structures. A charismatic voice in a classical Metal style puts an unmistakable character to the music. This melodious metallic rocksound offers a look behind the many different doors along the long corridor called life