|Genres Death metal|
Genre Death metal
Record label Hammerheart Records
|Years active 1998–2002
2015 - present|
Associated acts Abhorrence, Horned God, Mental Horror, The Ordher
Past members Fabiano Penna Corrêa Ronaldo Lima Sandro Moreira Lohy Fabiano Marcello Marzari
Origin Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil (1998)
Albums The Hell's Decrees, Burn The Promised Land
Similar Internal Suffering, Krisiun, Nephasth, Mental Horror, Angelcorpse
Rebaelliun crush the cross
Rebaelliun is a Brazilian death metal band that was founded in 1998. Musically they are similar to their country mates Krisiun. After the release of their promo tape, the band was contracted by the Dutch label Hammerheart Records, who released their debut album Burn the Promised Land in 1999. The release was followed by a European tour. The band recorded an EP for Bringer of War, featuring a Morbid Angel cover. Shortly thereafter a second album was released Annihilation which was followed by a second European tour. Various problems eventually caused the band to dissolve in 2001. But after a hiatus of 13 years, REBAELLIUN announces the return to activities this year (2015)! According to a quotation in his official personal page, Fabiano Penna (guitarist and founding member) said Rebaelliun is now reunite again (with all the original members of the last line up) to write down a new chapter of brutality in Rebaelliun's history. A new álbum (3rd one) and a worldwide tour is already been planned for 2016 as you can see in the transcription above:
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"It’s been a long time I’ve wanted to share these news, but now it’s time: me, Lohy, Sandro and Ronaldo have finally decided to reunite again to write a new chapter in the history of Rebaelliun! We will prepare our third album and consequently play a tour to promote it in 2016, among other plans we have. I would like to thank for all the endless support we have received from people from many countries on the last years, people who’s always asking and talking about this reunion, and that kept our name alive after so long. It would be impossible to name all of you here, but you know who you are. More news soon. At war!!" Metalmedia
Fabiano Penna Corrêa (guitars) was briefly involved with Brazilian death/black metal combo Horned God, with whom he released an album on French label Listenable Records. A few years later he formed The Ordher with Nephasth members Fabio Lentino and Mauricio Weimar, with whom he will release their debut "Weaponize" on October 23, 2007 through death metal specialist label Unique Leader Records. Poland's Empire Records released the album during late March 2008 through license in Poland. Now he is back to the front with his warbrothers of Rebaelliun!
Sandro Moreira (drums) joined long-standing Brazilian death metallers Mental Horror, who formed in Porto Alegre in 1993. Before he joined the band they released "Proclaiming Vengeance" in 2001 and "Abyss Of Hypocrisy" in 2004 through Mutilation Records (Brazil) and Displeased Records (Europe). In 2007 the band released its third and most successful album "Blemished Redemption" through Mutilation Records (Brazil) for which Germany's Animate Records did the vinyl release and Poland's Empire Records released the album during mid-August 2007 through license in Poland. Now he is back to the front with his warbrothers of Rebaelliun!
Marcello Marzari (vocals/bass) worked for tattoo/piercing company Renegade Studio. It is unclear whether he has continued with this occupation after leaving Rebaelliun prior to their 2001 album "Annihilation". Marzari has since joined Brazilian death metallers Abhorrence, who are signed to French label Listenable Records.
Little has been heard of Lohy Fabiano (bass/vocals on "Annihilation") and guitarist Ronaldo Lima until Pennas's statements about band's reunion this year (2015) and the new album that is coming forth soon (2016).
Rebaelliun bringer of war full album
Burn The Promised LandBurn The Promised Land · 1999
Bringer of WarAnnihilation · 2001
Rebellious VengeanceAnnihilation · 2001