Haemorrhage

Members of Haemorrhage: Ana (6), Fernando Errazquin, Jose M. Martin, Luis Manuel Quiroga, Ramón, Rojas (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.myspace.com/haemorrhage, http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/HaemorrhageGore, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haemorrhage_(band), http://www.relapse.com/label/artist/haemorrhage.html

Discography of Haemorrhage:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Creation Of Another Future / Untitled 6 Audio 1998-12-00
2 Zur Stille Finden / Live In The Morgue 24 Audio 2002 Cudgel
3 Emetic Cult 14 Audio 1995 Morbid Records (2)
4 Morgue Sweet Home 14 Audio 2002-03-00
5 Anatomical Inferno 17 Audio 1997 Morbid Records (2)
6 Grume 15 Audio 1997 Morbid Records (2)
7 Morgue Sweet Home 16 Audio 2002-03-00 Morbid Records (2)
8 Anatomical Inferno 14 Audio 1998 Morbid Records (2)
9 Loathesongs 11 Audio 2000 Morbid Records (2)
10 Scalpel, Scissors ... And Other Forensic Instruments 17 Audio 2000
11 Dementia Rex 12 Audio 2003-08-00 Razorback Records
12 Scapel, Scissors And Other Forensic Instruments 14 Audio 1996
13 Split Live Tape 17 Audio 1995 Deliria Productions
14 Obnoxious / Thy Horned God 12 Audio 1994-12-30
15 Cut God Out / Feasting On Purulence 7 Audio 2005-06-03 Hells Headbangers
16 Untitled / The Cadaverous Carnival 9 Audio 1998-09-00 Upground
17 Grind Over Europe '96 26 Audio 1996 Not On Label
18 Dawn In The Rotting Czech / Reek 30 Audio 2001-07-00 Shindy Productions
19 Live To Dissect / Tufo De Carne Descompuesta 9 Audio 2004-10-00 Disembowelment Records
20 Anatomical Inferno 14 Audio 2004 CD-Maximum
21 Visions From The Morgue 39 Audio 2004-03-17 Morbid Records (2)
22 Buried / Furtive Dissection 10 Audio 2006-11-00 Morbid Reality Records
23 Dementia Rex 12 Audio 2008 Power It Up
24 Grume 16 Audio 2007-08-29 Goryfied Productions
25 Rotten To The Gore / Deadly Results / I Have No Right / Boudless Violence 6 Audio 2000-07-15 Erebos Productions
26 Surgery For The Dead / I Don't Think So 8 Audio 1998-10-00 Morbid Records (2)
27 Morgue Sweet Home 18 Audio 2003 Emetic Records
28 Untitled / Do You Still Believe In Hell? 5 Audio 2001-02-00 Fudgeworthy Records
29 Live To Dissect / Tufo De Carne Descompuesta 9 Audio 2004-10-00 Disembowelment Records
30 Damnable / Haemorrhage 6 Audio 1997-09-00 T & M Records
31 Haemorrhage / Denak 15 Audio 2004
32 The Kill Sessions 10 Audio 2007-04-17 Emetic Records
33 Furniture Obsession / ...In Gore We Trust... 10 Audio 2009-12-10 Fat Ass Records (2)
34 Apology For Pathology 18 Audio 2006 Hells Headbangers
35 Anatomical Inferno 30 Audio 2009 Goryfied Productions
36 Chainsaw Necrotomy / Untitled 11 Audio 2009-02-00
37 Visions From The Morgue 39 Audio 2004 CD-Maximum
38 Anatomical Inferno 14 Audio 1999 Mad Lion Records
39 Morgue Sweet Home 14 Audio 2003 Mad Lion Records
40 Anatomical Inferno 14 Audio 1998 Morbid Records (2)
41 Grume 15 Audio 1997 Morbid Records (2)
42 Anatomical Inferno 14 Audio 1999 Pavement Music
43 Grume 15 Audio 1997 Morbid Records (2)
44 Chainsaw Necrotomy / Untitled 10 Audio 2008 Rotten Roll Rex
45 European Surgery Session 31 Audio 2003 Bruno Sacchi Records
46 Morgue Sweet Home 14 Audio 2002 Morbid Records (2)
47 Zur Stille Finden / Live In The Morgue 24 Audio 2006 Power It Up
48 Emetic Cult 15 Audio 2006 Goryfied Productions
49 Haematology: The Singles Collection 78 Audio 2010-10-00
50 Emetic Cult 13 Audio 1999 Mad Lion Records


Spanish pathological grindgore band Haemorrhage was originally formed as Devourment in 1990 by Jose (bass, vocals) and Luisma (guitar). Emilio (drums) joined the band shortly after, but in 1991 he left the band. In 1992 Jose switched to drums and the band then recorded the demo "Grotesque Embryopathology". The demo was sent out to various zines and and friend but it was never distributed. In 1993 Lugubrious (vocals) and Ramon (bass) joined the band and the following year they recorded seven songs which were sent out to Morbid Records and this resulted in a split EP and a full-lenght album deal. Same year Ana (guitar) joined the band and their first full-length, "Emetic Cult", was also released.

In 1996 Jose left the band but was quickly replaced by Rojas (drums) who had played in Lugubrious' and Ramons old band. The band then released their second full-length album, "Grume". Several split EPs, demos and singles followed and in 1998 their third album "Anatomical Inferno" was released. The fourth album, "Morgue Sweet Home", followed in 2002 and in 2004 the DVD "Vision from the Morgue" was released.


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