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Angelcorpse (US)

Angelcorpse is a blackened death metal band formed in 1995 by Gene Palubicki and Pete Helmkamp in Kansas City, MO.

Regarding the band’s name, Pete Helmkamp stated in an interview; “We put it as two words on the demo, so Osmose learned it that way. But that was just a mistake at the printers…It was one of those flukes. But it is just a single word… It just seems to look more visually pleasing as a single word. It fits with the phonetics: we say ‘Angelcorpse’, not ‘Angel Corpse’.”

“Hammer of Gods”, the debut album from Osmose Productions (France), was recorded in July still as a three piece. Then Bill Taylor joined in October on rhythm guitar to make Angelcorpse a four piece. Angelcorpse supported Impaled Nazarene in ...

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Root (CZ)

There are three bands with the name Root.

1) Root is a Czech metal legend from city of Brno founded in 1987 by Big Boss and Blackie. Root was one of the original pre-second-wave black metal bands, following in the footsteps of Bathory and Venom, while taking the genre in a more refined, less savage direction. Their style has since progressed towards a more epic, dark heavy metal sound with a clean-sung vocal approach, but their music can still be recognized as black metal at its core due to the unchanged ideology of the band. After the album Madness of the Graves (2003), Blackie left Root to concentrate on his band Cales. Blackie also played in side-project Entrails, an old school black-thrash metal band.

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Nifelheim

Nifelheim was formed in Dals Långed, Sweden in 1990 by Tyrant (bass/guitar), Demon (drums) and Hellbutcher (vocals). Soon they were also joined by guitarist Morbid Slaughter.
Around New Years 92/93 the band made their first recording and released the legendary landmark of metal - "Unholy Death Demo". Reviewers were shocked! Nifelheim delivered music unheard of since the glory days of Venom, Hellhammer, Bathory and early Mayhem. Great reviews in mags and a massive underground word of mouth got the record labels interested.

The band signed with Necropolis Records and in 1994, after kicking out Morbid Slaughter they entered Studio Fredman to record their self titled debut album. The band is still banned from that studio... ...

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Deströyer 666 (AU)

Deströyer 666 are an Australian blackened thrash/death metal band formed in 1994 by guitarist K.K. Warslut, following his departure from the cult black metal band Bestial Warlust. Originally formed and located in Melbourne, Australia, the band now living in Eindhoven, Netherlands and London, UK. To date, they have released five studio albums, the most recent being 'Wildfire' in 2016.

Their sound can be described as a blend between black, thrash and death metal, although in recent releases, the band's death metal edge has become more prominent. For example, the album 'Unchain the Wolves', considered to be their finest by many fans, has a less head-on and aggressive sound than later albums such as 'Cold Steel... for an Iron Age'...

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Bölzer (CH)

Bölzer are a black/death metal band formed by KzR (aka Okoi Jones, ex-Aphelon, ex-Witchrist) in Zürich, Switzerland in 2008 with HzR (aka Fabian Wyrsch) on drums. The band have released three EPs to date, and released their debut full-length album Hero in November 2016. The band has explained the name's meaning as "a powerful force or blow or strike that has no regard for the consequences or the repercussions. And in that sense it’s not directed either, it’s just a chaotic strike of energy…. a force of chaos, and a force of life and death and anything." Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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