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Bethlehem

Bethlehem are a seminal Dark Metal band which formed in Grevenbroich, Germany, in 1991. Their style of music is named after their debut album, 'Dark Metal', which mixed Black Metal with Death/Doom elements. Bethlehem was banned from performing in several major cities in Germany and almost faced censorship after a young boy bought several of their first demo and made a 'satanic altar', turning aggressive and vicious apparently because of the music. After their third full-length, Sardonischer Untergang Im Zeichen Irreligiöser Darbietung, the band took a more mainstream approach into Experimental Metal and Rock. The current vocalist of Bethlehem is Niklas Kvarforth, of Shining.

Similar Bands: Forgotten Tomb, Shining, Burzum, Silencer, Nyktalgia

LPs
Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia
2014

2.3
7 Votes
A sacrificial offering to the kingdom of heaven
2009

1.2
7 Votes
Mein Weg
2004

2.8
8 Votes
Schatten aus der Alexander Welt
2001

2.2
10 Votes
S.U.I.Z.I.D
1998

4.2
19 Votes
Dictius Te Necare
1996

4.2
62 Votes
Dark Metal
1994

4.1
38 Votes
EPs
Stönkfitzchen
2010

3.5
6 Votes
Alles Tot
2004

2
1 Votes
Profane Fetmilch Lenzt Elf Krank
1999

3.3
3 Votes
Reflektionen auf's Sterben
1998

2.5
2 Votes

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