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Larc is a British metal musician born in 1997. 

Larc (Stage name)




Heavy metal, industrial metal, doom metal, industrial music


Vocals (2003-present)

Bass (2009-present)

Guitar (2012-present)


Larc's career began in 2002 when, as part of a school assembly, learned guitar parts for some songs and performed some Ozzy Osbourne covers, two of which would later appear on his first single when Simon Cowell was interested in him. A year later, after refusing to recognise Larc as nothing more than a novelty act, Simon dropped Larc from Syco. That same year, Larc's parents founded Larc Recordings, where his future releases would be released. In 2004, he signed a controversial deal with Rockstar to make a soundtrack album to GTA San Andreas. He would later play "in-character" shows supporting each metal-themed GTA radio station. In 2010, Larc started a side project under the name Larconis where he performed industrial music. He joined Geiststein in 2012, and formed a drone doom duet in 2013 called Simul Iuncta.

Touring history[]

As Larc[]

Year Name Album Countries Notes
2002 None None United Kingdom First show
December 2002 - January 2004 Larc Live! Paranoid Young, Young n Heavy United Kingdom, France, United States
February 2004 - May 2005 San Andreas Tour San Andreas: Radio X Soundtrack United States Protests, controversial tour
June 2005 - May 2006 Fantasy Sword Tour First Leg Fantasy Sword United Kingdom
June 2006 Larc and Toni Cipriani In Person Mafia Man United States Controversial tour. Featured stand up comedian dressed as Toni.
July 2006 - December 2007 Fantasy Sword Tour Second Leg Fantasy Sword United Kingdom, Norway, Germany, Sweden
April 2008 - January 2009 IV Tour LCHC Soundtrack Vol. 1 United States, United Kingdom, Poland, Canada, Japan Controversial tour. Featuring guest singers dressed as Niko.
February 2009 - May 2009 The Lost and Damned Tour LCHC Soundtrack Vol. 2 United States, United Kingdom Controversial tour. Featuring guest singers dressed as Johnny.
August 2009 - May 2010 Don't Vote, Visit Us Tour Don't Vote, Don't Give In United Kingdom Resulted in Larc and the band being banned from the town of Witney
May 2011 - October 2011 Fantasy Wolf Tour Fantasy Wolf United Kingdom, Germany, Norway, Sweden, United States, Canada Larc was chased around the stage by a member of the audience at a show in Hampshire during this tour.
December 2011 - January 2012 Human Cloning Tour Human Cloning United States, Canada
November 2012 - January 2013 Fantasy Winter Tour Fantasy Winter United States, United Kingdom The December 2012 part of this tour resulted in Larc joining Geiststein.

As Larconis[]

Year Name Album Countries Notes
June 2010 - August 2010 Eiskalt Tour Eiskalt United Kingdom, Germany Larc was attacked on stage during a show in Rochester


As Larc[]

  • Paranoid Demo (2002, Self-Released)
  • Paranoid Young (2003, Syco Records)
  • Young n Heavy (2003, Syco Records)
  • San Andreas: Radio X Soundtrack (2004, Rockstar)
  • Fantasy Sword (2005, Larc Recordings)
  • Mafia Man (2006. Rockstar)
  • LCHC Soundtrack Vol. 1 (2008, Rockstar)
  • LCHC Soundtrack Vol. 2 (2009, Rockstar)
  • Killing In The Name (2009, Larc Recordings)
  • Don't Vote, Don't Give In (2009, Larc Recordings)
  • Fantasy Wolf (2011, Larc Recordings)
  • Human Cloning (2011, Larc Recordings)
  • Fantasy Winter (2012, Larc Recordings)
  • Fantasy Trilogy (2013, Larc Recordings)

As Larconis[]

  • Eiskalt (2010, Larc Recordings)

With Geiststein[]

  • First Editions of the Second 1990's (2013, Larc Recordings)

With Simul Iuntca[]

  • Simul Freta (2013, Larc Recordings)