Shaped in 1995 by Jonas Nilsson (guitar/vocals), Torstein Wickberg (guitar), Niklas Sjöström (bass) and Dennis Ekdahl (drums), Stockholm, Sweden’s Increase Hell attempted on a variety of brands and metallic designs before finally documenting their initial demo, 1997’s Nailed while even now contacting themselves In Cool Blood. Putting your signature on with Nuclear Blast the next year, they followed their current name soon after finalizing their debut record Holy Focus on, which shown a thrashy loss of life metal design which flirted with melody, but didn’t accept it for the grand size preferred with the neighboring Gothenburg rings (On the Gates, Dark Tranquility, et al). Despite their limited live knowledge, the music group was quickly provided their touring purchases by Nuclear Blast, which hook them up to the street throughout European countries with famous brands Dismember and Kids of Bodom, in addition to scoring a sought after slot for the bill of this year’s Wacken Open up Air Celebration. 1999’s sophomore Not really Dead Yet record was documented at famed Studio room Fredman with manufacturer Anders Fridén (In Flames) and its own slightly much less frenetic speed and considering man’s lyrics uncovered an even more older and road-tested clothing. A tour to get 80’s thrash stalwarts Destruction was following through to their plan, and carrying out a repeat stop by at Wacken in the entire year 2000, Increase Hell continuing to tour relentlessly into 2001. Finally withdrawing from the street, the music group reunited with manufacturer Fridén to record record number 3 Wicked can be my Video game, released in Oct 2002.