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Fernando Ribeiro, who studied philosophy in the University of Lisbon but did not graduate, formed a band called Morbid God in 1989 and changed its name to Moonspell in 1992. As of 2009, Moonspell have recorded 8 albums, one Best of collection and one DVD.
Except for Moonspell, he formed a side project called Daemonarch in 1998, along with other members of Moonspell, for one sole album "Hermeticum", the lyrics of which derive from poetry written by Ribeiro between the ages 14 and 16. Additionally, he cooperated with Euthymia for a limited to 666 copies LP, the Apocalypse Cancelled, as a memorial to Anton Szandor La Vey, in 2008. Lately, he is involved in a project founded by Nuno Gonçalves, with co-participation of Paulo Praça and Sónia Tavares, called Amália Hoje. The project was formed in 2009 to honour the famous Portuguese fado singer Amália Rodrigues.
He also participates in the song "Anjo Exilado" of the album "Álbum Negro", of the band Bizarra Locomotiva. In 2010 he participated in Mao Morta's album Pesadelo em Peluche, as a guest singer.
Apart from being a musician, he has been involved in literature, having already written three poetry books in Portuguese Como Escavar um Abismo (2001), As Feridas Essenciais (2004), Diálogo de Vultos (2007). He is also responsible for the introductions of Os Melhores Contos de Howard Phillips Lovecraft and the translation in Portuguese of the biography of BD Lovecraft. He holds a monthly column in the metal magazine LOUD!, entitled "the eternal spectator"
- Wolfheart (1995)
- Irreligious (1996)
- Sin/Pecado (1998)
- The Butterfly Effect (1999)
- Darkness and Hope (2001)
- The Antidote (2003)
- Memorial (2006)
- Under Satanæ (2007)
- The Great Silver Eye (best of, 2007)
- Night Eternal (2008)
- Lusitanian Metal (2008)
- Alpha Noir (2012)
- Hermeticum (Daemonarch, 1998)
- Apocalypse Cancelled (Langsuyar and Euthymia, 2008)
- Amália Hoje (Hoje, 2009)
- Orfeu Rebelde (Cada som como um grito,2009)
- ↑ "Fernando Ribeiro participa no novo álbum dos Mão Morta" (in Portuguese). TVI 24. 24 March 2010. http://www.tvi24.iol.pt/musica/artigo/1149726-3378. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
- ↑ "Fernando Ribeiro". http://moonspellband.blogspot.com/2009/12/blog-post.html. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
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