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There are several bands which go by 'Grave'
1) Grave is a Death Metal band from Visby, Sweden. One of the longest-running Swedish death metal bands, Grave has created a sound and style which has been an inspiration on a number of the genre's more promising younger outfits. Having started out as a band called Corpse in 1986, they released loads of demos before their legendary 1991 debut Into the Grave.
"Into the Grave" established Grave as one of death metal's most brutal new hopes, and its release was ensued by a host of live performances across Europe and America.
1992's You'll Never See, the band's critically-acclaimed second release, showcased their growing musical talent with a cleaner, stronger soun...
Marcus Hammarström: Vocals/Bass
Jimmy Ahovalli: Lead/Rhythm Guitar
Simon Olovsson: Rhythm Guitar
Viktor (Bingan) Bingselius: Drums
Sterbhaus is a four-piece thrash/death combo of Stockholm that since the start in 2007 has proved well that quality and a neatly weighed dose of humor can blend in perfect symbiosis.
That’s the short version.
The more elaborate presentation would include that the band is among Stockholms finest and most appreciated live acts. Having played Metaltown 2009 (Marilyn Manson, Slipknot, Opeth, The Haunted etc), Sthlm Thrashfest 2009 and 2010 as well as larger headlining gigs at clubs in Stockholm (always boasting insane whipping thrash/death metal), to n...
RAISE HELL (Stockholm, Sweden) was formed in 1996 by Jonas Nilsson (guitars) and Niklas Sjöström (bass) and after about one month, Torstein Wickberg (guitar) joined. A couple of different drummers tried out, but none of them cut the chase. When Dennis Ekdahl came to rehearse with the band, they knew that they had found what they sought.
The group started out under the name IN COLD BLOOD and it was under that name that the first demo, "Nailed", was recorded, which led to a record deal with NUCLEAR BLAST.
In May 1998, RAISE HELL entered the "Abyss studio" and recorded their first album named "Holy Target". Just before the release, the band changed their name to RAISE HELL. The release of "Holy Target" was followed by ...