orgotten Sunrise started in the summer of 1992. The band had not a name yet and a rehearsal room was just a dream. In the beginning of 1993 the dream became reality and Forgotten Sunrise started playing on a regular basis in a new rehearsal room. In June of 1993 the band recorded their first demo, Behind The Abysmal Sky, and soon after that under the membership of Anders Melts (vocals/harp), Jan Talts (bass),
Margus "Kusti" Gustavson (guitars) and Tarvo Valm (drums/keyboards/piano) they signed a record deal with a small label in Finland, 'Rising Realm Records'.
In December 1993 they started to record material for a MCD called Forever Sleeping Greystones. Since 'Rising Realms Records' had slowed down the release of this MCD for over a year, the material, which was not so fresh anymore, finally saw the light in December 1994. When it was finally released, the mini-album was received with a warm welcome in several places around the world. The spring of 1995 brought with it a famous local music contest Rock In for young Estonian groups, but the event was followed by a long hiatus.
After the long pause there was a rebirth of sorts in August 1996. The line-up and musical style was also changed. There wasn't only death metal anymore, but also influences from Hip-Hop, Breakbeat, Techno, Ebm, Synthpop, Shoegaze, Industrial and Jazz. Now featuring the line-up of Anders, Talts, Tiiu (fem vocals/violin), Meelis (programming), Keijo (guitars) and Renno (guitars), Forgotten Sunrise (1999) and a.Nimal f.Lesh - Looma Liha (2000) were released independently.
In February 2003, Forgotten Sunrise released a new maxi-CD single Ple:se Disco-nnect Me (released in limited quantity) including also a remix by Ghost originally from the Dark-Industrial band G.G.F.H. The line-up had now shifted to Melts and Tiiu returning with Renno (guitar) and Riivo (bass). The band would then get a deal with the Italian label 'My Kingdom Music' for two albums. They immediately accepted this offer and soon the recording session for the first album started.
The long-awaited debut album, Ru:mipu:dus, included 10 tracks + CD-Rom video and the remix by Ghost (of GGFH) who offered back vocals on the production. The album arrived in 2004 featuring Melts and Tiiu with Rennoo Süvaoja (guitar) and Riivo Torstenberg (bass) with guests Dj Critikal (turntable scratches), Kill Kaare (djembes/darbuka/didgeridoo/rainmaker/cymbals), Ghost (of G.G.F.H.; remixing/vocals, Valter, Filipp & Kadri (video only).