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Origin Munich, Germany
Genres Crossover thrash, Neue Deutsche Härte
Years active 2004 (2004)–present
Members Nord, West, Süd, Ost

Hämatom is a rock band from Germany.


Hämatom was first formed in September 2004. In December of that year the band performed at The Night Before Christmas in Hollfeld.[1] Demo singles are known to exist for Häschen and Butzemann,[2] both of which later appeared on their debut EP, Nein. In 2005, the band released Nein. They later caught the attention of J.B.O., toured with them and signed to their Megapress record label, where their next two albums were released. In 2011 the band played Wacken Open Air, gaining them their first international exposure. In 2012 they supported Megaherz on their tour, including their first shows in Russia. In July 2013 the band played at the Sofia Rocks Festival in Bulgaria, photos of them with Rammstein have been circulating the internet.[3] It has been announced on Hämatom's official website that a third album called Keinzeitmensch and single titled Alte Liebe Rostet Nicht are to be released in 2013.

In fall 2013, Hämatom toured with Vlad In Tears performing 8 shows throughout Germany.[4]




Studio albums[edit]

  • Wut (2008)
  • Stay Kränk (2010)
  • Wenn man vom Teufel spricht (2011)
  • Keinzeitmensch (2013)
  • X (2014)