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The Crown is a death/thrash metal band formed in Trollhättan, Sweden in 1990. Their original moniker (until 1998) was Crown of Thorns for the band's first two albums, which had to be changed due to another band already using that name.
Their music and lyrics are inspired by death, anti-religion themes (mostly targeting Christianity) and rebellion. They are known to fuse death metal with thrash influences.
The Crown disbanded in 2004. Lindstrand went on to form One Man Army and the Undead Quartet. Tervonen and Saarenpää formed Angel Blake, named after a song by Danzig. Despite having broken up they made one last release as a tribute to their fans. A triple DVD set containing live shows, and bootlegs.
PUTERAEON was spawned in Alingsås, Sweden 2008 by guitarist & vocalist Jonas Lindblood (Taetre). “I started doing some oldschool riffs that took me back to my roots in death metal”. Some songs were posted on the net and there was a big demand for demos. Jonas did all in all 3 demos during the time of 2008-2009.
All demos were very well recieved within the underground. The demos got really good reviews and loads of interviews were made.
At the same time he had contacted both Anders Malmström, drums (ex-Nominon, Prophanity, Immemoreal, ex-Inverted) and Daniel Vandija, bass (13itch). And they were pursuaded to join. But all took some time.
When the band finally got together and started rehersing, the contract with Cyclone Emp...
Formed in Gothenburg in 2013, Let Them Hang set out to be a death'n'roll power trio with a sonic wall of sound, a mixture of distortion, groove and intensity.
Drawing inspiration from old-school Death Metal, Punk, Hardcore and Rock'n'Roll, the result comes out as a pummeling assault on the senses.
All the members have previously contributed to the music scene in bands like EF, Mr. Death among others. Even though Let Them Hang is a new band, the experience is there!
They have released two EP's in 2014, to universal acclaim, Sweden's biggest metal magazine, Close Up, said the following "They probably takes the prize of being one of Sweden's grooviest Death Metal-acts". With a DIY approach, the music was recorded ...