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Driving through punk rock frenetic fields, Nekromantix brings out additional solutions to the wild psychobilly style. Offering furious and raving rhythmic power, the Danish team also brings forward the best of rock & roll inspirational efforts. Kim Nekroman (bass, vocals) decided to quit an eight-year career as a submarine operator in the Royal Danish Navy to found Nekromantix in 1989. Peter Sandorff (guitar, vocals) and Kristian Sandorff joined Nekroman shortly afterwards, that way outlining the crew as a trio. After performing live on two occasions, the band immediately gained an enthusiastic following, not only in Denmark but also in Germany, where they made their first festival showing. In 1991, the band entered an extensive European tour, releasing Curse of the Coffin, their second full-length album that same year. The EP Brought Back to Life, Nekromantix's third studio record, showed up in 1994, again re-affirming the band's better abilities. Two years later, Nekromantix offered their fourth disc, Demons Are a Girl's Best Friend, ultimately achieving surprising results and unanimous critical acclaim. A tour in Japan was the following venture, not long after the release of Undead Live, their first live album. The group's sixth disc, Name Here, entirely produced in the U.S., again reinstated the band's superior command, as did Return of the Loving Dead and Hellbound, both released in the U.S. in 2002. ~ Mario Mesquita Borges, All Music Guide

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