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Post Mortem

Post Mortem

Post Mortem


There are four bands with the name Post Mortem 1. Was an anarchist punk band from England. 2. Post Mortem (not confused with Post-Mortem and Postmortem) was thrash metal band formed on March 22, 1982, in the outskirts of Boston, Massachusetts. They merged some fast thrash metal parts with slowly doom fragments and near-death metal vocals. The definitive line-up was finally settled on in early 1985. This consisted of: John McCarthy (vocals), John Alexander (guitar), Mark Kelley (bass) and Rick McIver (drums). Read more on Last.fm
There are four bands with the name Post Mortem 1. Was an anarchist punk band from England. 2. Post Mortem (not confused with Post-Mortem and Postmortem) was thrash metal band formed on March 22, 1982, in the outskirts of Boston, Massachusetts. They merged some fast thrash metal parts with slowly doom fragments and near-death metal vocals.

The definitive line-up was finally settled on in early 1985. This consisted of: John McCarthy (vocals), John Alexander (guitar), Mark Kelley (bass) and Rick McIver (drums). Their first album, "Coroner's Office" was released in 1986 on New Renaissance records, followed in 1987 by the ep, "The Missing Link" on the same label. In 1989 "Festival of Fun" was recorded, but was deemed as too inaccessible by the label it was later bootlegged by several labels. 3.

A one-time field recording project done by Kadmon (Allerseelen) for the Nekrophile Rekords compilation "The Beast 666". 4. An RAC band from Spain. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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