Reflection, the driving force of Hellenic Epic/Doom Metal, move towards the 17th year of their existence.
From the early endeavours of "Before The End" (1992) and the very successful "When Immortals. Die!" (1993) demo tapes, to the three times sold out "Sire Of The Storm" 7 EP Single (1995 Dark Side Records) and "The Fire Still Burns" CD (1999 self financed), the band managed to pass the first difficult years.
The new millennium the release witness the releases of "Realms Of The Night" Split CD (2001 NMC music), "The Fire Still Burns-2001 Edition" CD (2001 Secret Port records) and the concept album "Odyssey" (2003 Secret Port records), with which Reflection passed the test of time and proved that there is still a chance for Epic/Doom Metal.
In 2006 Reflection made important changes in their line up. The dynamics of the band were improved by recruiting Leo Stivala, singer of the Maltese veteran doomsters Forsaken.
John Litinakis also was called to arms and completed the Reflection core with his powerful bass playing, while Iraklis Loukakis offers since then his devoted service behind the keyboards and backing vocals.
In 2008 REFLECTION join forces with CRUZ DEL SUR MUSIC for the release of their new album entitled “When Shadows Fall”.
With songs such as “Mistress of Sea”, “Desert Land” and “Kingdom of Fire”, Reflection have composed another masterpiece in epic doom metal, one eye focused on creating sad melodies and oppressive atmospheres, and the other fixed onto the heaviness required by this particular style, adding the bonus of Leo Stivala’s strong vocals, definitely one of the best-fitting singers of the genre.