Beseech is a Swedish Gothic metal band from Borås. Formed in 1992, the band released their first album ... From a Bleeding Heart at Metal Blade Records in 1998. It was followed by a second album, Black Emotions , in 2000. The band split in 2006, and reformed in 2012 before the release in 2016 of a new album studio, entitled My Darkness, Darkness .
Beseech was formed in 1992 in Borås, near Gothenburg, Sweden. After a series of demos in 1992, 1994 and 1995, the band released their first album ... From a Bleeding Heart at Metal Blade Records on May 5, 1998. The band then separates Metal Blade, to sign the label Pavement Records. Beseech's second album, Black Emotions , published in 2000, is characterized by a gothic and experimental sound>. Three songs from the album, Manmade Dreams , Neon Ocean and Lunar Eclipse will be part of the soundtrack to the Canadian film Alien Agenda 5 - Alien Conspiracy . The band then toured Europe alongside Lacuna Coil and Theater of Tragedy in early 2001. Meanwhile, the singer Jörgen Sjöberg leaves the group, and is replaced by Erik Molarin>.
Beseech signs to Napalm Records for the release of the album Souls Highway in 2002>. The album is postponed to April 2, 2002>. A limited edition digipack with 6,000 copies, including a cover of the song Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! from ABBA, is also published around this date >>>. The recovery is published on the group's www.mp3.com account. Subsequently, the group announced a tour for October 2002 with Darkwell and Ashes You Leave, before separating from guitarist Klas Bohlin in January 2003.
The group returns in January 2004 with the album Drama , published on the label Napalm Records>. In the summer of the same year, Beseech recruits the guitarist Manne Engström>. The new band enters StudioMega recording studios in Bollebygd for their new album, Sunless Days, which will include a cover of Danzig's "in"> Devil's Plaything >. Drama is released in South America via the Haunted Records label in April 2005>. Sunless Days, it is published in September 2005 via Napalm Records>. In 2006, the band splits into two groups: TWDSO (initials Those We Do not Speak) and The Mary Major.