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Japanische Kampfhörspiele

Spurred from the strange belief the art of milling started in Japan over 2,000 years back (and in addition by self-diagnosed psychotic tendencies), Christof Kather (drums) and Klaus Nicodem (guitar) founded Japanische Kampfhörspiele in 1998. Penning all lyrics within their indigenous German, the duo (whose name approximately results in “Japanese Fight Radio Takes on”) after that proceeded to record over eight albums’ well worth of self-labeled “grindpunk” over another four years, including an Internet-only EP comprising twisted revisions of tunes by Loss of life, Slayer, and a-ha. Extra music artists Markus Hoff (vocals), Daniel Schaffrath (acoustic guitar), and Marco Bachmann (bass) had been employed in 2003 so the band could begin executing live, and their efforts were also noticed on the next year’s Fertigmensch EP.

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