Facebreaker were formed in 1999, following a conversation between Janne, Roberth,Mikael and Jonas. They had similar music tastes and decided to start a brutal and straight-forward metal band. A few rehearsal-sessions later they added lead guitarist Janos to their line-up.
Facebreaker's first demo "Use Your Fist" was recorded at a local studio in the beginning of the new millennium.
In March 2001 they went back to the studio to record a promo demo called "Hate and Anger".
U.K. based Rage of Achilles Records got hold of their promo and offered the band a deal. A Rage of Achilles compilation album called "Conquest For The Empire" was out in April, featuring Facebreaker along with other new signings on the label. In September Janos quit the band due to lack of time. Fortunately they knew a guitar-player named Mika and a line-up change took place.
In June 2003 Facebreaker's promo demo "Hate and Anger" was released on seven-inch vinyl. In July the band entered Black Lounge Studios to record their first full-length album "Bloodred Hell".
"Boodred Hell" was released in the beginning of 2004. It achieved great reviews and feedback all around the world. Unfortunately Rage Of Achilles went out of business somewhere between late 2004 and early 2005 and "Bloodred Hell" was never given the right amount of exposure it deserved.
Without a record-deal Facebreaker made a new promo demo and started to work on new material. Facebreaker got several offers from interested labels but finally choose to work with Singapore based Pulverised Records.
A new record-deal was closed and in July the band went back to Jonas Kjellgren's Black Lounge Studios to record their second full-length album "Dead Rotten and Hungry".
The release of "Dead Rotten And Hungry".