Unholy Grave

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Unholy Grave
Origin Nagoya, Japan
Genres Grindcore
Years active 1993-present

Unholy Grave is a grindcore band from Nagoya, Japan. The band got its name from the song "Beyond the Unholy Grave" by Death. Unholy Grave's lyrics mainly focus on political and social issues. A common phrase appearing on the artwork of the band's releases is "Grindcore Against Terrorism!". Unholy Grave are known for being highly prolific, releasing a considerably large amount of splits.

Current Lineup[edit]

  • Tee - guitar (1993-present)
  • Takaho - vocals (1993-present)
  • Yasu - bass (1999-present)

Past Members[edit]

  • Chucky - drums (1998-2006)
  • Naito - drums (1997-2006)
  • Ume - bass (1993-2012)
  • Osamu - bass (1993)
  • Debuzo - drums (1993-2012)
  • Kajisa - guitar (1995-2012)
  • Kaz - drums (1999-2014)
  • Hee-Chung - drums (2008-2015; r.i.p. 2015)

Releases[edit]

Demos[edit]

  • Death Comes From Nowhere [1993]
  • Nerve Gas Attack [1996]

Splits[edit]

Split 7"s[edit]

  • w/ Aberrant
  • w/ Abigail
  • w/ Abstain
  • w/ Agathocles
  • w/ Archagathus (To Live a Lie Records)
  • w/ Black Sister (problem? records)
  • w/ Blindspot AD
  • w/ Blood I Bleed
  • w/ Boltstein
  • w/ Čad
  • w/ Capitalist Casualties (2000 copies; Deaf American Records)
  • w/ Captain 3 Leg
  • w/ Catheter
  • w/ Chickenshit
  • w/ Depressor
  • w/ Deranged Insane
  • w/ Disgust (Japan) (Agromosh Records)
  • w/ Dropdead
  • w/ Embalming Theatre
  • w/ Entrails Massacre
  • w/ Gang Up on Against
  • w/ Godstomper
  • w/ Gorgonized Dorks (2006, 200 copies grey/black, 300 copies black; DSK Records)
  • w/ The Grade Grubbers (2007, 200 copies vanilla blue, 300 copies black; DSK Records)
  • w/ Gyarandu
  • w/ Idi Amin
  • w/ The Index
  • w/ Ingravescent Torture
  • w/ Iron Butter (300 on blue wax, 700 on black wax)
  • w/ Kadaverficker (Power It Up)
  • w/ Kerum
  • w/ Krush
  • w/ Little Bastards (2007, 200 copies red, 300 copies black; DSK Records)
  • w/ The Mad Thrashers
  • w/ Malignant Tumour
  • w/ Matka Teresa
  • w/ Mitten Spider (Agromosh Records)
  • w/ My Mind's Mine
  • w/ Na'kay 5"
  • w/ Nausea (US)
  • w/ Nunslaughter (Hells Headbangers)
  • w/ Pretty Little Flower (Rescued from Life Records)
  • w/ Sabbat
  • w/ Sewn Shut
  • w/ Shank
  • w/ Straight Edge Kegger
  • w/ Taste of Fear
  • w/ Terrorism
  • w/ Third Degree
  • w/ Tripscope
  • w/ Unbiased (Agromosh Records)
  • w/ Vanishing Act
  • w/ Violent Headache
  • w/ Waking Terror

Split CDs[edit]

  • Agatho-Grave w/ Agathocles (Japanese pressing)
  • w/ Anarchus
  • w/ Logger Head
  • w/ Mass Separation
  • w/ Mind Collage
  • w/ Plague Rages
  • w/ Rotten Sound
  • w/ SCUM

Split LPs[edit]

  • w/ Agathocles
  • Agatho-Grave w/ Agathocles (US pressing)
  • w/ Trauma Acustico

EPs[edit]

  • Against Terrorism 7"
  • Aussie Disorder Double 7" (live – 2004, 300 copies blue, 700 copies black; Agromosh Records)
  • Chaotic Raw Madness 7" (live – 2002)
  • Fanaticism 7" (Rescued from Life Records)
  • Kill 'Em All for One 7"
  • Morbid Reality 7" (1996)
  • Nein 7"
  • Never Repeat 7"
  • Raw Grind Mayhem 8" (limited to 100 copies; Rescued from Life Records)
  • Raw Slaughter (Agromosh Records)
  • Terror 7" (1997)
  • Unholy Bastards (Agromosh Records)
  • Unholy Grind Destruction 7" picture disc (live)
  • The Unreleased 7" (2004)
  • Zero Hour 7"

LPs[edit]

  • Lunatic Brain Distraught (limited to 105 copies green)
  • Nostalgia
  • Obliterated
  • Tortured Alive 10" (live)
  • Raw Chaos
  • Revoltage (500 copies yellow with purple splatter; Agromosh Records)
  • UK Discharge (live – 1000 copies; Agromosh Records)
  • Angry Raw Grinder (490 copies orange; Noiseville)

CDs[edit]

  • Crucified (1995)
  • Cryptic Dirty Conformity (2005)
  • Ethnocide (2004)
  • Hatred? (1997)
  • Inhumanity (1996)
  • Terroraging Crisis (2007)

References[edit]

See also[edit]