The city of Barnaul is located on the Ob river in the Western Siberian lowlands, about 3000 km east of Moscow. From that town`s frozen tundra the band Theosophy delivers their own ice cold Black Metal. The group’s new album is titled Towers Of Dark Pantheon and will be released in 2020 via the Sliptrick Records. As there is currently nothing on You Tube from this year’s album, so far we are content with the song At The End Of Life from the last album Eastland Tales II.
The band was founded in winter 2004 by Phantom, but the project was frozen in ice till 2007 due to other activities. The band’s first release came in 2008 with Russian label Musica Production which was the first split-CD in the label’s history. Theosophy and Bizarrekult were the participants of this release and the CD received good feedback and distribution in all parts of the world, from Brazil to Japan.
During spring and summer 2009 Theosophy recorded several new songs and in September 2009, they played as support act with the legendary Helheim during their visit to Siberia. In 2010, the band concentrated on live appearances with a new program and released their debut full-length album. The CD was been called …Out Of Decades and was followed in 2011 by In the Kingdom Of North. During the making of their next album, the band decides to divide the new material and make a conceptual work, which was called Eastland Tales. The two parts were released in 2014 and 2016.
Throughout this period, the band have played various live shows and festivals as both headliners and support in Russia and in spring 2019, Theosophy made their first European tour across Poland and Czech Republic. Over the 2 weeks the band played 7 gigs and received positive responses from a public.