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Negative Creeps

Despite deriving their name from a Nirvana melody, Greece’s Harmful Creeps owe nothing at all (save probably their despondent nature) towards the sounds of ’90s Seattle. Rather, they draw motivation because of their brutalizing hardcore/swiftness metal cross types from famous brands Motörhead and Biohazard. Produced in the first ’90s by vocalist Makis Kanakaris, guitarist John Boulamakis, bassist George Katsaitis, and drummer Tomek Solomonidis, the music group gradually created its so-called “Satancore” on the ensuing 10 years before finally debuting with 1999’s 999 opus. The aptly called Satancore EP from 2001 presented further hardcore posturing and nu-metal sonic tendencies, with blended outcomes. And after putting your signature on with Dark Lotus Information, the music group released its sophomore In Uterus Rebirth in 2002, after that set out on the highway with Biohazard and Rotting Christ.

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