upreme Majesty originally evolved from former outfits Mortum and Non Serviam and for a much larger label. For untold reasons, after publishing several albums with so-called "label-X", they decided to start again and forget about the past, and so in 1999 they did just that under the name Supreme Majesty with influences ranging from Iced Earth, Ronnie James Dio, Running Wild, as well as '70s acts Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.Their first EP would arrive in 1999 in the form of Divine Enigma on 'Loud N' Proud Records' with the membership of Rille Svensson (guitars), Chrille Anderson (guitars/keyboards), Daniel Andersson (bass/vocals (backing)) and Bartosz Nalezinski (drums). Supreme Majesty was further augmented by the inclusion of singer Rick Wine (Real Name: Rikard Larsson) from the Swedish thrash act Sanzia, who's resume included bands like Mercy and Magica and formal training in singing.
For the follow-up albums Tales of a Tragic Kingdom (2001) and Danger (2003), Joakim Olsson had assumed vocals, while Jocke Unger took over drums.
Johan Rydberg would assume drums and backing vocals while Tobias Wernersson assumed guitars from Chrille Andersson who was now playing the keyboard for Elements of Creation (2005).
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