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A musician, producer, and entrepreneur, Fabian Filiks continues to explore the boundaries of classical music, electronica, and shock rock, creating original and hauntingly atmospheric soundscapes.
Transcending genres and captivating the listener with emotional depth, his music has already attracted attention and a small following. Since his debut, Fabian has published over 100 pieces of music in various formats. He has given over a dozen live performances and extensively participates in the life of the Polish independent music scene.
Since 2006 he has been running an independent music label, Via Nocturna, with over 140 records released so far. Working on various projects with musicians from around the globe allowed him to build a diverse musical catalog.
Fabian Filiks was born in February 1984 in Rybnik, Poland. In his childhood years, Fabian studied classical piano. He later learned to play the guitar and started writing music. It wasn’t until the release of “Withering Hopes” in 2006, Fabian’s debut dark ambient album, that he decided to begin his music “career”.
A few years later, Fabian (aka. Moloch) formed Zørormr – an extreme metal project and probably his best-known act up to date. Inspired by the Norwegian second wave of black metal, Zørormr released its debut album “Kval” in 2009. With the help of Polish musicians Przemysław Olbryt (lead guitar) and Łukasz Sarnacki (drums), the project has released three full-length albums and one EP, with a new record planned to be out later in 2022. Fabian has also worked with guest musicians like Mike Wead (King Diamond / Mercyful Fate), Cezar (Christ Agony), and Shadow (Black Altar). He also collaborated with Polish top music producers, Arek “Malta” Malczewski (Behemoth) and Arkadiusz “Aro” Jabłoński (Masachist).
In 2018 Fabian started performing live with his darksynth / synthwave project Moloch, later transformed into Doctor Visor. Apart from two big tours in Poland, he played at Castle Party Festival, Soundrive Festival, and Hoym Fest. He also supported Perturbator twice in Gdańsk and Warszawa.
Another landmark in Fabian’s musical “career” was the release of “Vertigo” (2021), a dark jazz album inspired by Hitchock’s movie under the same name. In 2022 Fabian recorded a musical homage (an anty-symphony) for Mariupol & it’s people and donated the income to humanitarian aid for Ukraine. His latest creation, the “Nocturnal Avenue” EP, is set to premiere later in 2022.
Nowadays, Fabian is working on at least four new records to be released in 2022 & 2023. He also intends to return to the stage and perform with various projects starting from the Fall of 2022.