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Necrophobic

Named after a Slayer song, Necrophobic was formed in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1989. The band wanted to create a darker kind of Death Metal than what was being played at the time. With their second full-length album, "Darkside", Necrophobic incorporated a more black metal based sound into their music. They are currently signed to Regain Records and released their 6th album, Death To All, on May 29th 2009. Current Line-Up:Tobias SidegÄrd - Vocals Johan BergebÀck - Guitar Sebastian Ramstedt - Guitar Alex Friberg - Bass Joakim Sterner - Drums

Similar Bands: Sacramentum, Unanimated, Dissection, Watain, Gorement

LPs
Mark of the Necrogram
2018

3.6
88 Votes
Womb of Lilithu
10/25/2013

3.1
49 Votes
Death to All
2009

3.6
67 Votes
Hrimthursum
2005

3.9
99 Votes
Bloodhymns
2002

3.9
91 Votes
The Third Antichrist
1999

3.7
73 Votes
Darkside
1997

4
147 Votes
The Nocturnal Silence
1993

4.3
286 Votes
EPs
Spawned by Evil
1996

3.5
1 Votes
The Call
1993

3.5
1 Votes
Slow Asphyxiation
1990

3.3
2 Votes
Compilations
Satanic Blasphemies
01/01/2012

4.3
23 Votes

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