Cadaver (band)

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Cadaver
Cadaver.jpg
Cadaver in 2004
Background information
Also known as Cadaver Inc.
Origin Råde, Norway
Genres Death metal
Years active 1988−1993
1999−2004
Labels Earache Records
Candlelight Records
Associated acts Carnage, Immortal, Aura Noir, Dødheimsgard, Ved Buens Ende
Website www.cadaver.no
Past members Neddo
Apollyon
Balvaz
Czral
Ole Bjerkebakke
Decay Lust
Eilert Solstad
Espen Solum

Cadaver was a death metal band from Råde, Norway. The band had a brief venture in the early 1990s before splitting in 1993. Cadaver would eventually re-emerge as Cadaver Inc. in 1999 which consisted of only one founding member. For their final album, they fell back using their original band name Cadaver and ended their activities in 2004, with a their final live show in 2005.

Biography[edit]

Anders Odden and Ole Bjerkebakke founded Cadaver in 1988. They were later joined by bassist René Jansen and in 1989 the trio released the "Abnormal Deformity" demo. The demo attracted the attention of Carcass members, Bill Steer and Jeff Walker, who signed the band to their Earache imprint label, Necrosis. The subsequent album, Hallucinating Anxiety was released in 1990 as a split with the Carnage album Dark Recollections. Shortly after the album's release, René Jansen was replaced by Eilert Solstad. In 1992, the band released their second album, titled ...In Pains. Dissension within the band would cause the band to fold in 1993.

In 1999 the band was resurrected by Odden, who went by the name Neddo. He gathered three new musicians, and started to use the band name Cadaver Inc. The foursome, now including Czral, Balvaz and Apollyon recorded the album Discipline which was released in February 2001. A tour followed in support of Morbid Angel and Extreme Noise Terror. Accompanying the album was a website that sold alibis for murders. This website attracted too much attention and hence the original name was restored. Their final album was then released in 2003 titled Necrosis. The band decided to split up in 2004. Shortly thereafter, Anders rejoined synth-rock outfit Apoptygma Berzerk for the recording of You and Me Against the World, which had many top-10 singles in Europe, and subsequent touring. Upon receiving a once-in-a-lifetime invitation to join Celtic Frost on their 2006 world tour, Anders left Apoptygma Berzerk, and was Celtic Frost's second live guitarist until 2007.

Line-up[edit]

Final line-up[edit]

Former members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Full-length albums[edit]

Demos[edit]

  • Into the Outside (1988)
  • Abnormal Deformity (1989)
  • Sunset at Dawn (1989)
  • Demo 2 (1990)
  • Primal 1999 (EP, 1999)

Live albums[edit]

  • Live Inferno (2002)

Split albums[edit]

External links[edit]