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Hypocrisy

The Swedish death metal band Hypocrisy was shaped by Peter Tägtgren in 1990 upon his go back to Sweden from Florida, where he previously been motivated by that state’s flourishing death metal scene (bands like Morbid Angel, Deicide, Loss of life, and Obituary). Hypocrisy’s 1st demo was documented completely by …

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Jörgen Knot Sandström

Jörgen Knot Sandström may be the bassist for Entombed. He’s also the vocalist in an organization called the Task Hate MCMXCIX. That group had not been his first-time as lead vocalist, though. He previously filled that capability in Grave, launching several CDs together.

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Dim Mak

The self-described “cobracore” metal band Dim Mak formed in the later ’90s in the ashes of death metal cult favorites Ripping Corpse, a band where three of Dim Mak’s members — vocalist Scott Ruth, guitarist Shaune Kelley, and drummer Brandon Thomas — played (another member is bassist Dennis Carrol). And …

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Unleashed

Unleashed have already been stalwarts from the Swedish death metal scene because the early ’90s, with plentiful album produces showcasing a simple loud-fast-rules death metal style which has remained largely unchanged, but always potent. The group includes bassist/vocalist Johnny Hedlund, guitarists Tomas and Fredrik, and drummer Anders; they debuted in …

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Cephalic Carnage

This crazy concoction of truly experimental grindcore, death metal, and jazz came together in Denver, CO, in 1992. Founding people Lenzig (vocals) and Zak (electric guitar) come up with a demonstration entitled Scrape My Lungs in 1993 and took a rest until 1996 if they recruited John (drums), Steve (electric …

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Dismember

Longtime proponents from the milling, powerful audio of no-frills Swedish loss of life steel, Dismember was originally formed in Stockholm in 1988 being a power trio featuring vocalist/bassist Robert Sennebäck, guitarist David Blomqvist, and drummer Fred Estby. The group documented several demonstration tapes, but continued hiatus in past due 1989 …

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Centinex

Although less expressive than Scandinavian scene giants like In the Gates or In Flames (probably they too must have adopted a preposition), Centinex are one of the oldest death metallic bands to issue from Sweden, having formed as soon as 1990 however, not actually attaining significant career momentum until a …

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Carnage

Sweden’s Carnage had been spawned with the same little, close-knit picture which gave delivery to Entombed in the late ’80s. Fueled with the flourishing death steel underground tape trading network, the group infused the lessons of American serves, like Loss of life and Morbid Angel, using the noises of English …

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Impious

Among the numerous loss of life metal rings that arrived of Scandinavia within the ’90s, Impious haven’t been known for subtlety, restraint, or understatement; actually, just the contrary holds true. The Swedish clothing has gained a popularity for providing stereotypically ferocious loss of life metal — severe, thick, blistering, claustrophobic, …

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Khold

Khold is really a Norwegian dark metal band seen as a a primal, old-school audio (similar to Darkthrone) and a unique propensity towards mid-paced tempos, as opposed to the genre’s ever popular blastbeats. Produced in Oslo, in the entire year 2000, by vocalist/guitarist Gard (true name Sverre Stokland), guitarist Rinn, …

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