Haemorrhage

Haemorrhage
Datos generales
Origen Madrid, España Flag of Spain.svg
Información artística
Género(s) Goregrind
Grindcore
Período de actividad 1990 – presente
Discográfica(s) Relapse Records
Artistas relacionados Carcass
Last Days of Humanity
Regurgitate
Web
Sitio web http://www.haemorrhage.grindgore.net/
Miembros
Luisma
Ramon
Lugubrious
Ana
Jose
Antiguos miembros
Rojas 1996-2011

Haemorrhage es una banda española de grindcore y goregrind originalmente llamada Devourment. Al igual que muchos grupos de goregrind, Haemorrhage se inspiró en gran parte en el grupo inglés Carcass.

Miembros

Discografía

  • Obnoxious Split with Christ Denied (1994)
  • Emetic Cult (1994)
  • Split with Exhumed (1995)
  • Split with Damnable (1996)
  • Grume (1996)
  • Grind Over Europe ’96 Split with Clotted Symmetric Sexual Organ/Dead Infection (1996)
  • The Cadaverous Carnival Split with Denak (1998)
  • Surgery for the Dead Split with Groinchurn (1998)
  • Anatomical Inferno (1998)
  • Split with Ingrowing (1999)
  • Scalpel, Scissors, and Other Forensic Instruments (2000)
  • Rotten to the Gore Split with Embolism/Suffocate/Obliterate (2000)
  • Do You Still Believe in Hell? Split with Gonkulator (2001)
  • Loathesongs (2001)
  • Dawn in the Rotting Czech Split with Mastic Scum (2001)
  • Live in the Morgue Split with Depression (2001)
  • Split with WTN (2002)
  • Morgue Sweet Home (2002)
  • Dementia Rex split with Impaled (2003)
  • Live to Dissect Split with Terrorism (2004)
  • Feasting on Purulence Split with Nunslaughter (2005)
  • Apology for Pathology (2006)
  • The Kill Sessions (2007)

Enlaces externos

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Mira otros diccionarios:

  • Haemorrhage — Жанр Горграйнд Брутальный дэт метал Годы с 1990 Страна …   Википедия

  • haemorrhage — hae‧mor‧rhage [ˈhemrɪdʒ] , hemorrhage verb [transitive] 1. to lose a lot of money or jobs over a short period: • The once prosperous town has haemorrhaged manufacturing jobs over the last 15 years. 2. haemorrhage red ink …   Financial and business terms

  • Haemorrhage — steht für: Blutung eine spanische Grindcore Band, siehe Haemorrhage (Band) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • haemorrhage — (Brit.) haem·or·rhage || hemÉ™rɪdÊ’ n. hemorrhage, profuse flow of blood haem·or·rhage || hemÉ™rɪdÊ’ v. bleed heavily, suffer a haemorrhage …   English contemporary dictionary

  • haemorrhage — (US hemorrhage) ► NOUN 1) an escape of blood from a ruptured blood vessel. 2) a damaging loss of something valuable. ► VERB 1) suffer a haemorrhage. 2) expend in large amounts, seemingly uncontrollably: the business was haemorrhaging cash …   English terms dictionary

  • haemorrhage — see HEMORRHAGE (Cf. hemorrhage); also see Æ (Cf. æ) …   Etymology dictionary

  • haemorrhage — [[t]he̱mərɪʤ[/t]] haemorrhages, haemorrhaging, haemorrhaged (in AM, use hemorrhage) 1) N VAR A haemorrhage is serious bleeding inside a person s body. Shortly after his admission into hospital he had a massive brain haemorrhage and died... These… …   English dictionary

  • haemorrhage — (BrE) (AmE hemorrhage) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ massive, severe ▪ fatal ▪ recurrent ▪ acute ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • haemorrhage — hae|mor|rhage1 BrE hemorrhage AmE [ˈhemərıdʒ] n [U and C] 1.) a serious medical condition in which a person ↑bleeds a lot, sometimes inside their body ▪ He died of a massive brain haemorrhage . 2.) when a company or country loses a lot of money… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • haemorrhage — I UK [ˈhem(ə)rɪdʒ] / US [ˈhemərɪdʒ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms haemorrhage : singular haemorrhage plural haemorrhages medical an occasion when blood flows out of an injured organ inside someone s body, rather than out of their body… …   English dictionary


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