Reverend Bizarre is a Finnish doom metal band from Lohja. Formed in 1994>, they play a traditional doom with clear, dramatic and melancholic vocals, in the same style as bands such as Saint Vitus, Pentagram and even Black Sabbath. The band decided to stop in 2007, after the release of their third album.
The group is formed in 1994 in Lohja. After their military service, Albert Magus, Peter Vicaire and Juippi began playing in the autumn of 1997. In the summer of 1998, Magus moved to Turku to continue Reverend Bizarre with Vicar. To complete their training, they reconnected with Earl of Void, during this period recently released from prison. They record the Slice of Doom demo in three days (August 16, 17 and 23, 1999), which they send to several labels in the hope of signing a contract.
Initially, five albums were planned>. On August 17, 2007, the group announced on MySpace its intention to publish his latest album, recorded at Studio III: So Long Suckers. At the end of September 2007, however, they announced the registration and publication of several registrations.
After Reverend Bizarre's separation, group members focus on their other groups and projects. Albert Witchfinder becomes a member in 2005 of The Puritan group.