New Neronia album "On Through The Night" out now along
with new website. Listen to our new album "On Through
The Night" now on Spotify and buy your copy here.
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Check out our new live videos, the intro "Frost/Waiting For
More" of our concert at KFZ Marburg as well as the Neronia
classic "Cold And Strange".
Rising from the ashes of the German neoprogs "Ulysses",
the initial line-up of the band was formed in 2002. In
2004, the album "Nerotica" was released, followed by a
series of very successful club gigs and enthusiastic
During a phase of musical reorientation the band split
up in 2005 and band members went separate ways with
their own projects. However, there was still creative
energy burning within the core of the band which
resulted in an intensive search and audition process and
Neronia reformed in 2006. The new line-up started
working on their own musical identity, going beyond what
Neronia had done before. In 2008, Neronia released "Blue
Circled" which was recognized widely by the
international rock community and was nominated in two
categories for the Italian 2009 Progressive Rock Awards
amongst other awards.
The production process of the third album "Limnotapes"
began shortly after. "Limnotapes" has been chosen as the
NewEARS album of the month in July 2014, followed by
many positive reviews in various famous magazines like
Classic Rock Society, Eclipsed or PowerPlay.
Following the departure of keyboard player Mike Stone
and some live gigs in the newly established quartet
line-up, the songwriting for the next CD progressed so
fast that, only one year after releasing "Limnotapes",
the band proudly presented their fourth CD called "Nero"
in December 2015. The music video for the signature
ballad on the album, "Raindrops", was nominated as
finalist during the Berlin Music Video Awards 2016 in
the Category "Videoshop".
In March 2017, Neronia released their fifth album "Pure"
as an unplugged album. Selected songs from the last four
albums were included, as well as a new song in an
unplugged format segueing directly into the full-blown
concept album "Second World", which was released in
After yet another line-up change, when long-time drummer
Dirk Hartel left the band to be replaced by Thomas
Dumke, Neronia quickly accustomed to new ways of working
considering the pandemic situation starting in spring
2020 and previewed some music videos and live cuts of
new songs and fresh renditions of Neronia classics prior
to releasing the new album "On Through The Night" in