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Hallucinating Anxiety - 1991 - Necrosis
In Pains - 1992 - Earache
Necrosis - 2004 - Candlelight


  
 
Members

S= Ole Bjerkebakke - Aura Noir, Dodheimsgard>>Apollyon [Ole Jørgen Moe]
G= Apoptygma, Berzerk, Balvaz, Cadaver Inc., Celtic Frost>>ANDERS ODDEN [NEDDO]>>Apoptygma, Balvaz, Berzerk, Cadaver Inc., Celtic Frost, Order - Hydr Hydr>>L J Balvaz
B= Decay Lust>>Rene Jansen>>Order - Germ>>Eilert Solstad>>Germ - Aura Noir, Lamented Souls, Dødheimsgard>>Apollyon [Ole Jørgen Moe]>>Lamented Souls, Immortal, Dødheimsgard
D= Ole Bjerkebakke – Aura Noir, Dimmu Borgir, Satyricon, Ulver, Void, Dødheimsgard, Inflabitan, Infernö>>Czral [Carl-Michael Eide]>>Infernö, Aura Noir, Inflabitan, I Left The Planet



History

Necrosis was a subsidiary of Earache. the band's Hallucinating was also available as a split LP/CD with Sweden's Carnage. After a ten year hiatus Odden resurfaced with Cadaver Inc. presumably as a follow-up. After one album as Cadaver Inc. the band resurfaced in 2004 again as Cadaver, this time on Candlelight Records. The band threw in the towel that summer and officially called it another day. As of 2010, the band was back part-time for shows.

One-time Mayhem singer Eirik "Messiah" Nordheim and Mayhem drummer Kjetil "Manheim" Haraldsson banded together with original Cadaver members guitarist Anders "Neddo" Odden and bassist René Jansen in 2014 for a new project called Order. The band had a rehearsal recording available. Cadaver tried its hand rather unsuccessfully at techno death metal.

Reviews

CADAVER - NECROSIS - CANDLELIGHT
Cadaver's new album - The Norwegians calling themselves Cadaver after renaming to Cadaver Inc. for a while, don't ask - is a challenging one. That itself is a tradition of sorts for this band and the 2004 release does not intend to be different. In a move reminiscent of Darkthrone's one-off attempt, the album seemed to be inspired by Celtic Frost at first. The picture, however, soon become clearer. Necrosis mixes sludge with technical riffing. Drawn-out sounding riffs mingle with Voivod offbeat time changes and disharmonic chords to produce anti-melody complete with harsh vocals and monotonous drumming. The guitars, especially, throw the listener for a loop.
Cadaver has never been linear and Necrosis is strictly recommended for those who can take a cornucopia of sounds atop the brutality. - Ali "The Metallian"




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