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Grega "Morgoth" Plamberger

Current Band:Cordura, Cvinger, Kholn
Associations:Cordura, Cvinger, Kholn, Tim Draksler Project, Obscurum, ex - Eliminator
Services:Drum Lessons, Drum Production, Drum Session Work, Drum Tech., Drums, Live/Touring Drummer, Session Drums
Bio:Grega Plamberger is a Slovenian metal drummer and percussionist. He is a classically trained percussionist and is currently finishing his studies at the Music Academy in Ljubljana. From 2013 to 2016 he was a percussion teacher in music schools Nazarje and Kranj in Slovenia. At the age of 15 he started focusing on metal drumming and playing in some local groups. His first gig was in 2011 with ex - Eliminator and after that he and guitarist Tim Draksler founded the progressive death metal band Cordura. In 2013 they released their first album Astral Projection, and toured across Slovenia, also playing Metaldays festival in Tolmin, one of the biggest festivals in Europe. In 2014 he joined a black metal band Cvinger under the stage name Morgoth, first as a session drummer and after the recording of Cvingers first full lenght album The Enthronement of Diabolical Souls as full time member. With Cvinger Grega toured all around Europe, supporting bands such as Marduk, Gorgoroth, Kampfar, Melechesh, Gehenna, Svart Crown, Keep of Kalessin and many more. In 2015 he recorded drums for the second Cordura album called Patheon of the Bionic Gods which will be released in autumn 2016. In 2016 Grega also recorded drums for the first Kholn album and second Cvinger album called Embodied in Incense. The album was recorded and produced by Magnus Devo Andersson in Endarker Studios Sweden. After the recording Cvinger toured China on a three week headline tour called Black flames over China. Currently he is working on the second Tim Draksler solo album and third Obscurum album and both albums will be released by the end of 2016. In autumn Cvinger will go on a co - headline tour with Ragnarok.
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