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Madrid, Spain (1990 – present)

Haemorrhage is a five-piece band from Madrid, Spain. Formed in 1990 as Devourment, Haemorrhage began its life as a trio, with Jose on bass and vocals, Luisma on guitar, and Emilio on drums, though this only lasted until the summer of 1991, when Emilio left the band. The group soon reformed, this time as duo, with Luisma again playing the role of guitarist and Jose taking over as drummer, with both performing vocals, and released their first demo as Haemorrhage, Grotesque Embryopathology. Near the end of 1993, Lugubrious and Ramon joined the band as vocalist and bassist, respectively.

Between 1994 and 1995, Haemorrhage recorded a seven song promo tape, which was sent to Morbid Records and resulted in a two-album contract, welcomed guitarist Ana, and recorded their first release, Emetic Cult. However, Jose left in the following year due to personal issues and was replaced by Rojas. After releasing five studio albums on Morbid Records the band gets signed to relapse records which put out their new disc “Hospital Carnage”.

Haemorrhage are, like many goregrind bands, heavily influenced by Carcass, yet still have an identity all their own. Live shows typically feature band members sporting surgeon’s outfits and vocalist Lugubrious covered in blood, which is common in goregrind and death metal scenes. Artwork is almost exclusively done by guitarist Luisma.


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  • AdmiralAxtell


    10 Jan 11:16pm Reply
  • piotresk8

    some pic of ana:

    10 Jan 9:48am Reply
  • GodofDeathMetal

    I'm usually not into goregrind, but I like 'em.

    7 Dec 2014 Reply
  • hrenznaetkto

    And i'm not hating or comparing older goregrind with a modern one. Both have its pros and cons.

    8 May 2014 Reply
  • hrenznaetkto

    Well, if it's not in my library doesnt mean i never heard it

    8 May 2014 Reply
  • mc666

    @hrenznaetkto , There is not a lot of goregrind in your library, so i'm assuming you are unfamiliar with it's history. You don't have to be 100% goregrind to have a respectable influence on it. Same can be said on just about any genre. Comparing old shit to new shit in any direction is retarded.

    8 May 2014 Reply
  • hrenznaetkto

    Lol'd so hard here. goregrind elitism at it's finest :D In my opinion, though, older stuff from 90s is a good Carcass worship, old-school goregrind done right. 00s and 10s - it's not a pure goregrind for me, not a new type of goregrind like LDOH, Regurgitate or Dead Infection neither old-school stuff like old Carcass or General Surgery, though it still have some similarities with Carcass. Not saying their music is bad, but there's much more enjoyable stuff out there. And i would say later stuff is a mix between deathgrind elements and... well, shit, and some melodic death metal elements. "Maybe Regurgitate's "Carnivorous Erection" is 100% goregrind too, lol?" - well, if Regurgitate is not a goregrind and their magna opus Carnivorous Erection is not 100% goregrind then Godzilla is not a fucking king of monsters. And Godzilla is the fucking king of all the fucking monsters. Period.

    2 May 2014 Reply
  • legnadibrom

    goregrind isn't just one band called LDOH

    21 Apr 2014 Reply
  • IFOAMetal

    HAEMORRHAGE live @ IN FLAMMEN Open Air 2014

    16 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Shemsen

    Goregrind is not a crime!

    22 Mar 2014 Reply
  • mc666

    @CoffeyManiac, "All I wanted to say is older Haemorrhage isn't pure goregrind" I'll give you that. Early Goregrind had a lot of death metal influence. It also had a lot of grind, core, & noise influence. Haemorrhage was one of the few bands to "one up" Carcass though, along with General Surgery. So even if they don't sound as modern as LDoH (who later turned to Gorenoise btw), it's still Goregrind. Just as Judas Priest are still Heavy Metal.

    8 Mar 2014 Reply
  • CoffeyManiac

    Lol, lady, that argue is one month old. You think your duty is to answer everything? Better you cook smth

    1 Mar 2014 Reply
  • nattdurs

    Coffey u r trying to be polemic, shut the fuck up

    28 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    "All I wanted to say is older Haemorrhage isn't pure goregrind" No, what you said was "anyone who thinks this is goregrind isn't a goregrind fan", acting as if you're the king of tr00 goregrind.

    3 Feb 2014 Reply
  • CoffeyManiac

    All I wanted to say is older Haemorrhage isn't pure goregrind, I think. Some death metal influence. And my favourite album is Morgue Sweet Home.

    3 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    Well, I guess you're only 14, I'll give you a break. With time you'll have more knowledge about metal but until then, you're just a silly teenager that's trying to tell adults who have listened to metal since you were learning to walk and what genre a band is.

    2 Feb 2014 Reply
  • CoffeyManiac

    No doubt Emetic Cult is goregrind, but talking about older albums, I won't be so sure.

    2 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TheArtofShred88 This isn't goregrind? Or does it not sound similar enough to LDOH for you?

    2 Feb 2014 Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    Implying that a band has to sound like Last days of Humanity to be goregrind. I lol'd.

    2 Feb 2014 Reply
  • CoffeyManiac

    Ok. Listen to Haemorrhage's "Decom-Posers", "Fragments", from the 2-nd album, which, you said is goregrind, and then listen to LDOH. See the difference now? Maybe Regurgitate's "Carnivorous Erection" is 100% goregrind too, lol? And yes, I'm 14. Having a 15-th birthday in middle February. I see you really care about my age, guys.

    2 Feb 2014 Reply
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