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Marduk



Rank:
134
700 fans
Country: Sweden
Label: Century Media Records

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Formed in: 1990

1990-Black metal

Line-up

1990-  Morgan - guitars
2003-  Mortuus - vocals
2019-  Simon - drums
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1990-1992  Rikard Kalm - bass
1990-1993  Dread - vocals
1990-1995  Af Gravf - drums
1992-1994  Devo - guitars
› 2004-2019  -//- bass
1992-2004  B. War - bass
1993-2002  Fredrik "Froding" Andersson - drums
1995-2003  Legion - vocals
2002-2006  Emil Dragutinovic - drums
2006-2013  Lars Broddesson - drums
2014-2018  Fredrik Widigs - drums
2020-2023  Joel Lindholm - bass
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2023  Devo Andersson - bass
1995-1996  Kim Osara - guitar
1997  Peter Tägtgren - guitars
2013  Nemtheanga - vocals
2013-2014  Fredrik Widigs - drums
2019  Simon - drums
2023-  Devo - bass
2023-  Simon Wizén - bass
1994  Tony Särkkä - vocals
2007  Af Gravf - vocals
2007  Mårten Björkman - unknown
2007  Henry Möller - unknown
2007  Emil Dragutinovic - drums
2007  A. Gustafsson - drums
2007  A. A. Nemtheanga - vocals
2023  LG Petrov - additional vocals

Discography

1995 Fuck Me Jesus [EP] 7.5
1996 Glorification [EP] 7.3
1997 Here's No Peace [EP] 7.4
2000 Obedience [EP] 7.1
2004 Deathmarch [EP] 7.3
2011 Iron Dawn [EP] 8.5
2015 Ancient Evil [EP] 8
2015 The Sun Turns Black As Night [EP] 8
2018 Panzer Division Live [EP] 9
2019 Winged Death 1993 [EP] 8

Latest reviews

When a band has been around for as long as Marduk has, there is not much to say that has not been said already. I'm just going to make it clear from the beginning that this review will not take sides in the right-/left-wing fascism/nazism debate, but I will say that I do find the band's talent to piss off SJWs and religious nutters alike highly enjoyable.
Review by nikarg ››
♪ Spiderschwein, Spiderschwein, does whatever a Spiderschwein does ♫ Can he swing from a web? No he can't, he's a Schwein ♪ Look out, he is a Spiderschwein ♫
Review by Ilham ››
Hearing that blazing black metalers Marduk had, gasp, evolved or whatever during their careers from the blurring blast beat battery of (occasional guilty pleasure) Panzer Division Marduk, I thought I'd check to see what they are up to nowadays.

Review by BitterCOld ››
Holy shit this is the best Black Metal album this year!!! I don't even want to hear anything else I don't need it, Dimmu Borgir and Rotting Christ? I don't care about their poor albums, who wants a Naglfar CD when you can play Marduk until...
Review by Herzebeth ››
There are few Black Metal bands that will be remembered after the hype ends, not many will actually see Black Metal as the increasing phenomenon that it is today, but I'm sure of one thing, people will be talking about Marduk 100 years from now,...
Review by Herzebeth ››

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