The German trio Warhammer shaped with an extremely specific aim at heart: to pay for tribute towards the long-defunct Swiss metal band Hellhammer (the precursor towards the better-known and longer-lived Celtic Frost) by faithfully replicating their primitive doom/death metal sound, their album artwork aesthetic, etc. Hellhammer, who split up in the first ’80s, had just one single EP with their name; Warhammer, on the other hand, has stayed jointly long enough release a many full-length albums and indication with one of the primary underground metal brands, Nuclear Blast. The group shaped in 1994 and documented a demonstration in 1996, On the Section of Chaos, which led these to indication with Voices Productions. This label released Warhammer’s debut record, The Winter in our Discontent (1997), which highlighted the lineup of guitarist/bassist Frank Krynojewski, vocalist Volker French, and drummer Rolf Meyn. Deathchrist, their sophomore discharge, implemented in 1999, this time around for the Grind Syndicate Mass media imprint, a subsidiary of Germany’s Nuclear Blast Information. For this record, the group enlisted Rainer Filipiak to try out electric guitar, which also gave them even more flexibility to try out live. The music group then officially shifted to Nuclear Blast because of their third record, 2001’s The Doom Messiah. Nuclear Blast also released Warhammer’s 4th record, Curse from the Total Eclipse, which arrived in 2002 and was the band’s initial record to become distributed within the U.S. By this stage, that they had resolved back to a trio lineup, with Krynojewski on electric guitar and bass, French on vocals, and drummer Jens Küchental up to speed instead of Meyn.