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1991-  Jean-François Dagenais - guitars
1991-1998  Maurizio Iacono - bass
› 1998-  -//- vocals
1998-  Stéphane Barbe - bass
2020-  James Payne - drums
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1991-1992  Ariel Saied - drums
1991-1998  Sylvain Houde - vocals
1993-1995  Max Duhamel - drums
› 1998-2003  -//-
› 2005-2014  -//-
1996-1998  Nick Miller - drums
2002-2004  Jean-Francois Richard - drums
2003-2005  Martin Maurais - drums
2014-2020  Olivier "Oli" Beaudoin - drums
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2013  Olivier "Oli" Beaudoin - drums
2013  Olivier "Oli" Beaudoin - drums
2000  Rob Tremblay - vocals
2000  Michael "Mike" DiSalvo - vocals
2001  Gerhard Felix Stass - vocals
2004  Peter Tägtgren - vocals
2006  Morgan Lander - vocals
2006  Rob Doherty - vocals
2008  Jason Suecof - guitars
2008  Dave Linsk - guitars
2008  Pat O'Brien - guitars
2020  Tuomas Saukkonen - vocals


Latest reviews

"What say you now, Goliath? Without your hair, you no longer possess your fantastic strength!" "That's Samson, idiot!"
Review by omne metallum ››
The northern lights are shining again.
Review by omne metallum ››
Kataklysm is surely one of the constants in death metal: releasing an album every few years, maintaining their line-up for almost two decades and only changing on the drums, and being a guarantee for some quality music. With their latest release, Waiting For The End To Come, they let some dynamics return to the otherwise so heavy style, and that was pretty refreshing overall. Now it's time to prove that they can hold onto that path. Of Ghosts And Gods is here to please all fans of their latest stuff.
Review by Windrider ››
Death metal
Nuclear Blast

Line-up on the CD:
Maurizio Iacono - vocals
J-F Dagenais - guitars
Stephane Barbe - bass
Max Duhamel - drums

Commercial death metal is - in the eyes of this reviewer - a dead sound. It is far too safe and lacks the integral...
Review by Troy Killjoy ››
From a relatively unknown death metal band in the mid-nineties, Kataklysm have now established themselves as both a popular and respectable death metal force and are about to explode onto the scene once more with album number nine. These Canadians have...
Review by Baz Anderson ››

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