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Entombed is a death metal band from Stockholm, Sweden which formed in 1989 after the dissolution of Nihilist. Though Entombed began their career as an early pioneer of Scandinavian death metal, by the early 1990s their sound had broadened to include hard rock and other influences. This new style would eventually be described as Death 'n' Roll, of which Entombed remains arguably the best-known example.
Entombed's debut album was Left Hand Path, a cult favorite that established the band as a popular death metal band. The follow-up, Clandestine, was just as popular. These first two albums were unique in that they featured what was sometimes referred to as an "chain saw" guitar sound. It was created using the Boss Heavy Metal dist...
Marduk is a Swedish black metal band. Marduk's predominant lyrical topics are Satanism, anti-Christianity, death, war and the Third Reich. The latter is an addition to their lyrical-conceptual themes stemming from their 1999 release Panzer Division Marduk; it quickly grew among their fans' favorites and so far Marduk have released more and more songs relating to that dark but fascinating chapter of human history such as "The Hangman of Prague" (monicker of Prague "Reichsprotektor", and, by the Way, Leader of the "Sicherheitsdienst", Reinhard Heydrich), "Deathmarch" and others.
Marduk was founded in Norrköping, Sweden in 1990 by Morgan Steinmeyer Håkansson. His ultimate goal was to create the most blasphemous and Satanic band ...
Helltrain, who themself claim to do "punk ass rot 'n' roll", is a band from Sweden. Their style can be compared to death metal, but with the unique use of the Hammond organ and the groovy tunes they seem to be pretty matchless. Other classification for their music has been "death'n'roll". Helltrain consists of:
Pierre Törnkvist - Vocals (also bass: 2002-2009)
Patrik Törnkvist - Guitar, Organ, Piano
Mikael Sanforf - Guitar (2009- )
Mats Järnil - Bass (2009- )
Oskar Karlsson - Drums Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.