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1) German black metal band, formed in 2002.
2) Swedish Metalcore band, formed in 2008.
(1) German black metal band formed in 2002. Signed to the label Deviant Records.
Official website: http://www.yersinia.de.vu/
(2) Yersinia was formed in April 2008 in Uppsala, Sweden. They play modern metalcore with Swedish lyrics. In December 2008 they released their self titled debut EP. The record was produced and engineered by Daniel Bergstrand (In Flames, Meshuggah). The four tracks on the EP have been described as ”abysmal and angst-filled pieces of music”.
The current band lineup is:
Hannes Almén (Bass)
Pär Svensson (Drums)
Sebastian Sjögren (Guitar)
Mattis Erngren (Vocals).
Alenah is a experimental hardcore band from Bengtsfors, Sweden formed in 2008.
Isac Elingbo - Vocals
Erik Winberg - Guitars, Vocals
Oscar Salman Prim - Guitars, Vocals
Victor Johannesson - Bass
Johan Glimmersten - Drums
Sotiga Liljor i Seine, 2010 (EP)
Mitt Waterloo, 2011 (Single)
Alla vägar bär till rom, 2013 (Album) Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
There are two bands under the name of Concubine.
1. Concubine was a combination of hardcore and metalcore, from Sweden. They released their first EP containing five songs, called The Blackout, during 2011. The EP was produced and mixed by Dan Swanö. The band has played with upcoming Swedish acts such as Yersinia, Last View och No Omega. They split ways in 2012, and ended their short story with a goodbye-message on facebook. Before the split-up, they released their debut full-length called A Year In The Static.
2. Concubine was an alternative rock band from Roermond, The Netherlands. Incorporating nu-metal with a range of other styles, including funk and ska, providing a more groovy edge to its songs, made Concubine...
Filip Lindbladh - Vocals.
Anton Andersson - Drums.
Dennis Eriksson - Guitar.
Philip Henning - Guitar.
Tobias Mattsson - Bass.
Metal/Hardcore band från Örebro!
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