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The Bitch in the Van

Country of origin:
Netherlands
Location:
Tilburg/Eindhoven, North Brabant
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2004
Genre:
Death Metal/Grindcore
Lyrical themes:
Drinking, Violence
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
2004-present
Additional Discography:
- Contributed "Breaking the Ice with Vomit" (1:21) to "100 Way Splatter Fetish 2" (Parkinson Wankfist Pleasures, 2009)

Logo by Lisl.
Current
Roel Guitars, Vocals (2004-present)
See also: Alien Possession, Throw Me in the Crater, Utter, ex-Anal Penetration, ex-Headcrash, ex-Suppository, Anatidaephobia, Bird of HabibaH, Denyer, Liver Rebels, LSD Mossel, Paralyzed Society, Ride with Death, ex-Rompestromper, ex-Blown to Bits, ex-De Vier Vieze Fysici, ex-Donkey Drone, ex-John Parkinson & The Shakers, ex-Kill2Chill, ex-Last Days of Humanity, ex-Mad Wankers, ex-Mevrouw Eurlings' Guitar Ensemble, ex-The Incredible Cock
Bartbaar Drums (2005-present)
See also: Foretold, Utter, Denyer, KUT, The Limbs
Lisl Bass, Vocals (2011-present)
Past
Daan Bass, Vocals (2004-2011)
See also: ex-O.H.D., ex-Rejoice in Moribund, ex-Sick Human Art
Roel Guitars, Vocals (2004-present)
See also: Alien Possession, Throw Me in the Crater, Utter, ex-Anal Penetration, ex-Headcrash, ex-Suppository, Anatidaephobia, Bird of HabibaH, Denyer, Liver Rebels, LSD Mossel, Paralyzed Society, Ride with Death, ex-Rompestromper, ex-Blown to Bits, ex-De Vier Vieze Fysici, ex-Donkey Drone, ex-John Parkinson & The Shakers, ex-Kill2Chill, ex-Last Days of Humanity, ex-Mad Wankers, ex-Mevrouw Eurlings' Guitar Ensemble, ex-The Incredible Cock
Bartbaar Drums (2005-present)
See also: Foretold, Utter, Denyer, KUT, The Limbs
Lisl Bass, Vocals (2011-present)
Daan Bass, Vocals (2004-2011)
See also: ex-O.H.D., ex-Rejoice in Moribund, ex-Sick Human Art
Added by: oneinfinity Modified by: insAnum
Added on: 2007-11-02 22:08:59 Last modified on: 2014-05-12 05:08:52
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