German metalcore musical groups

Posted Jun 8, 2011 by CindyCelebs
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  1. Caliban



    Caliban are a five-piece metalcore band from Germany. They have released nine studio albums to-date, and two split albums with the melodic death metal/metalcore band Heaven Shall Burn.

  2. Deadlock



  3. Heaven Shall Burn

    Heaven Shall Burn


    Heaven Shall Burn (sometimes abbreviated HSB) are a German extreme metal band from Saalfeld, formed in 1996. The band consists of vocalist Marcus Bischoff, guitarists Maik Weichert and Alexander Dietz, bassist Eric Bischoff and drummer Christian Bass. They are currently signed to Century Media. They have released seven studio albums, as well as a number of other records. Their latest album, Veto, entered the German Album Charts at #2 in 2013.

  4. War From A Harlots Mouth

    War From A Harlots Mouth


    War from a Harlots Mouth is a German metalcore band from Berlin, formed in 2005. Consisting of vocalist Nico Webers, guitarists Simon Hawemann and Daniel Oberländer, bassist Filip Hantusch, and drummer Paule Seidel, the band is noted for a distinct musical style consisting of infusing many different genres into their songs, such as math metal, death metal, and jazz.

  5. We Butter The Bread With Butter

    We Butter The Bread With Butter


    We Butter the Bread with Butter is a German deathcore band from Lübben, noted for their heavy use of electronic music characteristics. The group was founded in 2007 by Marcel Neumann, was signed to Redfield Records and have released two albums through the label. Their debut album Das Monster aus dem Schrank was released on November 21, 2008. Their second album, Der Tag an dem die Welt unterging was released May 14, 2010, followed on December 19, 2012 by an EP titled Projekt Herz. Their third studio album, Goldkinder, was released on August 9, 2013, and a fourth album, Wieder geil!, was released on May 22, 2015. We Butter the Bread with Butter originally started as a duo, but has since become a quartet.

  6. Maroon



    Maroon was a German heavy metal band based in Nordhausen. They were formed in 1998.

  7. Callejon



    Callejon is a German metalcore band founded in Düsseldorf, Germany in 2002. The band writes and sings the majority of their lyrics in German.

  8. Eskimo Callboy

    Eskimo Callboy


    Eskimo Callboy is a German electronicore band formed in Castrop-Rauxel in 2010. Previously known as Her Smile in Grief.

  9. The Split Program

    The Split Program


    2000s (decade) Split Program saw Lifeforce Record's Labelmates Caliban and Heaven Shall Burn join forces in this European metalcore standard. Released January 1, 2000, Heaven Shall Burn saw the simultaneous release of their debut full length album Asunder. Caliban have since redone "A Summerdream" and the song "One More Lie" on 2005's The Split Program II. "Partisan" is performed by Caliban on the album, but is originally a Heaven Shall Burn composition, while "One More Lie" was composed by Caliban and is covered by Heaven Shall Burn. Also, it can be noted that Track 6, the outro, is an audio clip taken from the 1994 Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction. The intro is a piece of a composition by Wojciech Kilar that is also use in the soundtrack for Bram Stoker's Dracula.

  10. His Statue Falls

    His Statue Falls


    His Statue Falls are a German Post hardcore band formed in 2003 in Saarbrücken.

  11. To the Rats and Wolves

    To the Rats and Wolves


    To the Rats and Wolves is a German trancecore band from Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia formed in 2012.

  12. Annisokay



    Annisokay (stylized as annisokay, pronounced Ann is okay) is a German post-hardcore band from Halle, Saxony-Anhalt.

  13. Trailer Park Sex

    Trailer Park Sex


    Trailer Park Sex is a German post-hardcore band from St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany, formed in 2009. The band name is a reference to the song "Trailer Park Jesus" by Glassjaw. The band are known for their DIY ethic.

  14. Such A Surge

    Such A Surge


    Such A Surge was a German alternative metal band. The band was formed in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony in 1992 and broke up in 2006.

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