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Nasum was a grindcore band from Örebro, Sweden. The band was formed during the later part of 1992 by Anders Jakobson (guitar) and Rickard Alriksson (drums/vocals) as a sideproject to the death metal band Necrony . The idea was to create true grindcore in the vein of old Napalm Death . Spring 1993: Necrony's homelabel, German Poserslaughter Records offered Nasum to share a 7" EP with Australian goregrinders Blood Duster . Nasum accepted the offer, but in time the record turned out to be a Nasum/ Agathocles split-7" EP.
Black Breath is a death metal/crossover band from the Pacific Northwest who have quickly shredded their way to popularity. With members of Shook Ones, Go It Alone, Blue Monday, Get The Most, and On, they began in 2007 as crossover band with a joking spirit such as songs like "Party Idea" in their 2007 Demo. In 2008, they released a 4-song 12" EP, Razor To Oblivion, which proved their step in a more serious direction, writing riffs that are reminiscent of first-wave thrash, black, and death metal bands such as Celtic Frost and Hellhammer, but maintain a traditional hardcore punk undertone.
Although Black Breath is a fairly young band they are quickly becoming everyone's new favorite band. They have absolutely stormed onto the h...
Skitsystem (Shit System or Shit Society, literally meaning Shitsystem) is a Swedish crust punk band that formed early 1994. It comprises four members who share a background playing in different metal bands, but also share a same interest in raw punk , d-beat , and käng . Sometime in 1994 these four souls came to the conclusion that they should see each other for a jam and have a couple of beers to see what they could bring to life… They created SYSTEM COLLAPSE, later known as SKITSYSTEM. Members of this band are also in Martyrdöd .
Massgrav is a high-energy hardcore punk band from Stockholm, Sweden. Back in the early '90s Johan and Ola used to hang out, drinking a lot of cheap wine while they were listening to old Mob 47 tapes and Discharge records (well, mostly the a-side on "Why" since Ola had glued it to his recordplate during a drinking session...) The Boys decided that it was time they did something on their own, so they wrote a few songs and formed Massgrav.