Guitar: Eric Treffel
Drums: Martin Innerbichler
Keys: Sabine Mair
Vocals: Stefan Fiori
Guitar: Stefan Unterpertinger
在人声上，使用了双声交替混合唱法，Abigor的主唱Stefan Fiori在此担任了人声工作，在专辑中，刺骨的黑嗓与野兽般低吼的默契配合也可算是作品中极为出彩的部分。Stefan宽域的嗓音和多元的变幻绝对令人信服。紧凑的节奏富有张力的riff迅猛的鼓点再加之美丽的Sabine Mair的键盘所营造的优雅且绚丽多彩的氛围相得益彰。尽管专辑中的作品听起来似乎很熟悉，然而作品的旋律并不会让人感到腻烦，反而朗朗入耳，激情盎然。
Graveworm is a symphonic black metal band with members from Italy and Germany formed in 1992.
Graveworm was signed by Serenades Records in 1997, releasing their first EP, Eternal Winds, in that same year. During their first tour together with Crematory, Therion and Lake of Tears, the band promoted the album When Daylight’s Gone.
In 1998, the EP Underneath the Crescent Moon was released, featuring Sarah Jezebel Deva (Cradle of Filth, Therion) in the track “Awake…Thy Angels Of Sorrow”. Graveworm also performed at the Wacken Open Air (Germany) with bands like Children of Bodom, Cradle of Filth and Vader.
The second album As the Angels Reach the Beauty was finished in 1999, and followed by a European tour with Agathodaimon. Scourge of Malice was released in 2001, which allowed the band their first headliner tour together with Dornenreich, Vintersorg and Darkwell. In 2002, they changed to the German Nuclear Blast label. At this point, Didi Schraffel (bass) left the band and Harry Klenk (guitars) was replaced by Eric Treffel. Treffel soon left the band in the same year and was replaced by Eric Righi on guitar.
Together with Righi, they produced Engraved in Black, which was finished in 2003, and enhanced with a feature of R.E.M.’s “Losing My Religion”. Shortly after the release, Stefan Unterpertinger (guitar) quit and Lukas Flarer joined the band. Also, Harry Klenk, former guitarist and now bassist, re-joined the band.
In 2004, Graveworm played on the X-Mass Festival tour together with Destruction, Kataklysm, and many others. Martin Innerbichler (drums) took a break to study and was replaced by Moritz Neuner (previously the Darkwell and Shadowcast drummer).
The band’s newest album (N)utopia was released in 2005.
Lukas Flarer (guitarist) has left the band for personal reasons and been replaced with Orgler “Stirz” Thomas.
In 2006, Graveworm embarked on a North American tour with Kataklysm, Destruction, The Absence, and Vader.
The band is currently working on its next album, which will be produced by Andy Classen at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany.