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Panzerchrist

War is an art. Namely, this Danish Panzer Division is known for their morbid fascination with huge tanks.

In 1993, when Michael Enevoldsen left the death metal band Illdisposed, the group was born. Uncannily, an onslaught of disagreeable circumstances were to come.

In 1996, their first album, “Six Seconds Kill”, was recorded and released by the label Serious Entertainment, with the debut effort very well received in the death metal scene.

In 1998, a totally revamped Panzerchrist recorded their second album, “Outpost Fort Europa”, also releas ...read more

War is an art. Namely, this Danish Panzer Division is known for their morbid fascination with huge tanks.

In 1993, when Michael Enevoldsen left the death metal band Illdisposed, the group was born. Uncannily, an onslaught of disagreeable circumstances were to come.

In 1996, their first album, “Six Seconds Kill”, was recorded and released by the label Serious Entertainment, with the debut effort very well received in the death metal scene.

In 1998, a totally revamped Panzerchrist recorded their second album, “Outpost Fort Europa”, also released on the Serious Entertainment-label. Only drummer/founding member Michael Enevoldsen and celebrated vocalist Lasse Hoile remained of the original line-up.

In 2000, Panzerchrist released one of their heaviest albums bar none, “Soul Collector”, on their shiny, new label Mighty Music. At the risk of being esoteric, the lyrics were done completely in German. Alas, it proved to be right up their fans’ alley, adding a new dimension to the audial essence of total death worship. It would be unjust not to stress here that their entire body of work is apolitical and contains no rhetoric sympathetic to national socialism. Founding member of Panzerchrist, Michael Enevoldsen, had at this time switched from drums to guitars and had furthermore collected the following souls to make the absolute strongest Panzerchrist album so far: Reno Killerich (who delivers one of the most intense drum attacks in metal history) « hide

Similar Bands: Torchbearer, Illdisposed, Hypocrisy, God Dethroned

LPs
7th Offensive
07/15/2013

3.3
2 Votes

01/01/2012

3.5
2 Votes
Regiment Ragnarok
2011

3.3
6 Votes
Battalion Beast
2006

4
14 Votes
Room Service
2003

3.8
13 Votes
Outpost Ford Europa
1998

Six Seconds Kill
1996

3.8
2 Votes
Soul Collector


3.7
9 Votes
Compilations
Bello
2007

3.2
3 Votes

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