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Warcollapse started December ‘91 under the name Earcollapse. The line-up was Jalle - vocals / drums, and Emil - guitar / bass. Earcollapse was pure grindcore, influenced by bands such as Sore-Throat, 7 Minutes Of Nausea and early Napalm Death…

In early 1992, the name was changed to Warcollapse, and songs like “Misery And Despair”, “Bleakness Over Battlefields”, “Massgenocide” and “Warcollapse” were created in the early style of Scandinavian Raw-punk… In May ‘92, a “test-recording” was done. Warcollapse then went back to that studio to record a demo in June of ‘92, that became more satisfying. The 1st demo, “Misery And Despair” was spread around, and in the autumn of ‘92 Kalle joined Warcollapse as drummer. During the winter of ‘92-‘93, Janne joined the band as bassplayer.

In February ‘93, the band recorded 4 tracks to appear on 2 releases; a split-EP with Extinction Of Mankind (U.K), that was released by Elderberry Records, and the compilation-CD “War Compilation”, released by Tribal War Asia. Then Warcollapse was offered to be included on the Swedish Compilation-CD “Distortion To Hell”, and the track that was on the “War Compilation”, also winded up on “Distortion To Hell,” together with the left over track from the recording, entitled “Warcollapse”.

On the 13th of November, Warcollapse played live for the first time. Later that month, Warcollapse recorded the debut-EP “Indoctri-Nation” that was co - released by Japanese label Tribal War Asia and Swedish Elderberry Records, due to the bad pressing on the Japanese version’s b-side. In April ‘94, Warcollapse toured the U.K, mostly with Substandard, for 8 dates.


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