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Skull Crusher

Country of origin:
Austria
Location:
Niklasdorf, Styria
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1990
Genre:
Death Metal
Lyrical themes:
Darkness, Death, Damnation
Last label:
NSM Records
Years active:
1990-?
Founded as a trio by Andreas Ibitz, Christian Bukovac and Wolfgang Rathgeb.

The band shifted to a progressive metal sound after Andreas Ibitz left in March 2001.

Skull Crusher appeared on the Megadeth tribute album "Megaded" in 1999 with the track "Take No Prisoners".
Last known
Wolfgang Rathgeb Drums (1990-?)
See also: Force
Christian Bukovac Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (1990-?)
See also: Convicdead, ex-Force
Robert Christian Windisch Guitars, Vocals (1994-?)
See also: Force, ex-Invocation
Jürgen Bele Bass, Vocals (1998-?)
See also: ex-Force
Past
Andreas Ibitz Bass (1990-1998), Vocals (1990-2001)
Wolfgang Rathgeb Drums (1990-?)
See also: Force
Christian Bukovac Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (1990-?)
See also: Convicdead, ex-Force
Robert Christian Windisch Guitars, Vocals (1994-?)
See also: Force, ex-Invocation
Jürgen Bele Bass, Vocals (1998-?)
See also: ex-Force
Andreas Ibitz Bass (1990-1998), Vocals (1990-2001)
Added by: Stormrider Modified by: Caliginosity
Added on: 2002-09-26 03:22:00 Last modified on: 2013-04-02 00:21:15
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