New album "Gist Sucked Out" out on February 23rd!
Formed in Gothenburg, Sweden, 2009 inspired by bands such as GBH, Toxic Holocaust, Motörhead and Slayer. The name came up while listening to a Dead Kennedys song.
GERM BOMB released their debut album Infected From Birth 2010 at Area Death Productions and was acclaimed both nationally and internationally by fans and in the music press.
In 2011 they recorded a couple of songs in Grand Recordings Studio with Svein Jensen behind the knobs and shortly after that they released 2 split EPs with Whipstriker from Brazil and did a handfull of gigs with Tomas Alriksson on bass guitar.
Enter 2013 GERM BOMB released their second full-length album Sound Of Horns once again recorded in Grand Recordings Studio and released through Area Death Productions (cd version) and Doomentia Records (vinyl edition), the album was well received and allowed GERM BOMB to hit the road for a couple of gigs with live session bassplayer Patrik PK Nilsson.
In 2014 GERM BOMB entered Welfare Sound Studio to record third full-length attack Under A Fading Sun with Per Stålberg and Olle Björk as producers and engineers, the album was released 2015 via Doomentia Records and Area Death Productions. The album cover art made by AniArtworks ended up in Arte Arcana, a book of heavy music artwork.
"It's time to release our 4th album and it feels like we achieved what we were looking for this time" /Hampus Kuylenstierna
GERM BOMB has released the official music video for the song "Siberia Wasteland" the track is taken from upcoming 4th full-length studio album "Gist Sucked Out", which will be released on february 23. The video was produced by underground local heroes "Die On The Kitchen Floor Productions".
"Gist Sucked Out" contains 10 new songs and was recorded in Kust Studios, Gothenburg with Anders Borgh behind the knobs and as producer, the mix was handled by Martin Konie Ehrencrona (In Solitude, Nifelheim) and mastering was taken care of by Magnus Lindberg (Cult Of Luna). Album cd release through Metal Race Records and vinyl via Insane Society Records and Inverted Inhumation Records.
Cover artwork was created by Brian D'agosta of Gostworks.