solo effort in its early days, Ram-Zet was the brainchild of Flemming "Zet" Rammseth, Ram-Zet would become a unique and original modern metal band, fusing several influences. The act featured two distinct vocal styles of both Zet's black metal rasp, and clear female vocals mixed with dark power metal base augmented by techno/industrial keyboard work and progressive overtones. With the rest of the eventual recruited band featuring Flemming "Zet" Rammseth (vocals/guitars), Miriam Elisabeth Renvåg (a.k.a. Sfinx; vocals/keyboards), Solem (bass), Magnus Østvang (keyboards), Ingvild Johannesen (a.k.a. Sareeta; violin/backing vocals) and Küth (ex-Kovenant; drums) they would release two albums, Pure Therapy (2000) and Escape (2002).
In October 2008 the band took 10 of their songs and re-arranged them for an acoustic concert in their home town of Hamar. Approximately 200 people got to see this one time event. The concert was filmed and is expected to be released on DVD in February/March 2010.
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