Long before the well-known Avant-garde Black Metal institution Nocte Obducta parted ways, Torsten had originated AGRYPNIE - which was meant to be a solo project and refuge for his song ideas at first.
After the break up of Nocte Obducta and a split release with the German Death Metal outfit Fated, AGRYPNIE proved to have grown from a solo project to a serious band with their first full-length album "F51.4". The album was released at the end of 2006 and managed to attract a considerable amount of listeners with its unique cold atmosphere.
After finishing the recordings for "F51.4", Torsten started writing songs for the album’s successor "Exit". With a fully functional line up including a real drummer, "Exit" sounded a lot more organic than the debut where Torsten had used a drum machine.
With "16", the first album with an excessive playing time of more than one hour, AGRYPNIE managed to emphasize its special status.
After the forerunner "Asche EP" AGRYPNIE again create their very own world and even step further. The mangum opus "Aetas Cineris" restages AGRYPNIE as a mature institution in the fields of modern black metal creating a remarkable sound: both aggressive and exceptionally ambitious at the same time.
2013: Aetas Cineris
2011: Asche EP
2005: split w. Fated
Covers and details of upcoming AGRYPNIE albums revealed