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Panzerchrist - The Gods They Do Not Give Us Long
June 6, 2009
Panzerchrist is a Danish death metal band formed in '93-'94 by Michael Enevoldsen (after he left Illdisposed) and celebrated Danish artist Lasse Hoile. Panzerchrist recorded a few demos and was signed by Serious entertainment. Six Seconds Kill was released by Serious Entertainment in 1,996, and in 1,998 they released Outpost Fort Europa.
In 2,000 Panzerchrist was joined by drummer Reno Kiilerich (ex-Exmortem, Vile, etc.) and Bo Summer (also of Illdisposed) to record Soul Collector, notorious for its WWII theme and German lyrics. Soul Collector was released by Mighty Music in 2,000.
In 2,002 the band was joined by Frederik O'Carroll and Rasmus Henriksen and begin work on the ultra violent Room Service, which featured compositions even more brutal and fast, including a cover of the Metal Church classic "Metal Church." Room Service was recorded at Tue Madsen's "Antfarm Studios" (The Haunted, Illdisposed, Mnemic etc.) and was released by Mighty Music in 2,003.
In 2,006 Panzerchrist drummer Kiilerich and Karina Bundgaard, now on keyboards, rejoined for the recording of Battalion Beast which was released by Neurotic Records in 2,006. In spring 2,008 Panzerchrist vocalist Bo Summer was replaced by a vocalist known only as "Johnny". In addition, Panzerchrist, which had previously been a studio-only band, plans to appear live. The album 'Batallion Beast' features the words "Christ, thy name is panzer" at the end of each song.
The name of each song on the album 'Roomservice' are the first word(s) to be sung on each song. Each song on the album 'Roomservice' ends with the words "Death, forever panzer".