Knochenfabrik formed in its earliest lineup in Cologne, Germany in early 1994 with Claus Lüer (guitar, vocals), Achim Lauber (drums) and Gagi Ilic (bass, vocals).
Later in 1996 Gagi left the band and was replaced by Hasan Onay. During the period between 1996 and the ultimate disbanding in 1998, the released two LPs, Ameisenstaat and Cooler Parkplatz and two EPs Elvis & Kaufehlermessung. In 2001 a German punk label released a compilation with the best-known Knochenfabrik songs and some live songs, the compilation was titled Deutschmark muss sterben.
Related projects: Casanovas Schwule Seite (Claus, Hasan), Supernichts (Achim), Chefdenker (Claus)
Albums and EPs
- Elvis (EP, 1996)
- Ameisenstaat (CD/LP 1997; Ant state)
- Kaufehlermessung (Tape 1997; Chewing error measurement)
- Split mit Supernichts (EP 1998)
- Cooler Parkplatz (CD/LP 1998; Cool parking lot)
- Deutschmark muss sterben (2001; Deutschmark must die)