In summer 2002 Erik and Roman founded Convergence. Without any direct concept about the music style, Erik took the vocal-, bass-, keyboard- and programming-part. Roman - who already played in his old band Zorn - did the guitar and the bass. After about six months of work, the first demo 'The first approaching' was recorded at Lugermusic Studio. At this time their style took it's first form. In April 2003 Bjoern joined Convergence as 2nd guitarist. Just one month later, the first official demo 'Fragments' was recorded, again at Lugermusic Studio. 'Fragments' contained the overworked material of 'The first approaching' and some new songs that seemed to show the direction in which Convergence would go. In July 2003 Markus, former member of Vanitas, got session-bass-player of Convergence; he left the band a few months later and was replaced by Patrick who joined the Band as full member in November 2003. In May 2004, after intensive work on new material, the second official demo 'Mankind' was recorded. Like the last two demos 'Mankind' has also been recorded at Lugermusic Studio. In April 2005 Bjoern left Convergence for personal reasons and was replaced by Rainer in early May 2005, who became the new 2nd guitarist of Convergence.