Vomit Remnants

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Vomit Remnants
Origin Tokyo, Japan
Genres Death metal
Years active 1997–present
Labels Hibernia Production
Macabre Mementos Records
Disembowel Records
Supreme Musick
Amputated Vein Records
Lacerated Enemy Records
Unique Leader Records
Associated acts Butcher ABC, Deathlike Silence, Gorugoth, Hurusoma, Infected Malignity, The Under, Transgressor, Woundeep
Members Takanori Fujioka
Michito Hoshi
Kei Ishida
Keisuke Tsuboi
Past members Steve Eagle
Duane Cowan
Atsuyuki Katou
Toshiyasu Kusayanagi
Takahiro Kuwabara
Ryo Nagamizu
Shinjiroh Sawada
John Murphy

Vomit Remnants is a Japanese death metal band, founded in 1997. In December 1997 they recorded the demo In the Name of Vomit, and a year later recorded Brutally Violated. In 1999, they played at the Ohio Deathfest and did various European shows. They toured America in April 2001, where they recorded a version of "Mass Obliteration" for a Suffocation tribute album released by Repulsive Echo Records. Vomit Remnants featured on the first Tokyo Deathfest in April 2005 at the Shibuya Cyclone and signed to Unique Leader Records for a debut full-length album.[1]


Current members[edit]

  • Takanori Fujioka – vocals
  • Michito Hoshi – bass, vocals
  • Kei Ishida – guitar
  • Keisuke Tsuboi – drums (1997–present)

Former members[edit]

  • Steve Eagle – guitar (2004)
  • Duane Cowan – bass (2004)
  • Atsuyuki Katou – guitar, vocals
  • Toshiyasu Kusayanagi – vocals
  • Takahiro Kuwabara – guitar
  • Ryo Nagamizu – bass, vocals
  • Shinjiroh Sawada – vocals
  • John Murphy – guitar


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