DAHMER (CANADA)


Dahmer was a grindcore band formed in Quebec City, Canada in 1995 by Sebastien (Seb) and Yvan Dionne. They composed about serial killers (hence their name referring to Jeffrey Dahmer), mass murderers and other various topics, some not even criminal-related and mostly humorous. Shortly after, John joined on guitar with Seb switching to bass and vocals. During the month of June 1995, they recorded 14 songs for a scheduled split 7" with only Seb on guitar and vocals and Yvan on drums, because at the time John was unavailable due to his work, thus not able to play guitar. Unfortunately, the sound of the recording was of poor quality and did not contain any bass. Later, John came back on guitar joined by Fred as a second guitar player, but this line-up lasted only some months until John definitively left the band. The line-up never changed since then, and was the same up to the split of the group early in 2000.


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1996 DEMO

Xeroxed four panel covers on regular studio tapes such as TDKs, Maxells, etc as well as Studio tapes with stickers on the shell.

TRACK LISTING:
- Albert Hamilton Fish
- Strong Or Weak Person
- Bastards
- Les Dieux De L'Underground
- Gary Michael Heidnick
- David Berkowitz
- Friedrich Haarmann
- Just Another Dis-Clone Song
- Tueurs En Séries
- Dennis Andrews Nilsen
- Harvey Murray Glatman
- Simoneau
- Pedro Alfonso Lopez
- Jonestown
- Edward Gein
- V-Gang
- Herman Webster Mudgett
- John Wayne Gacy
- In, Cool, Branché, Sensass & Flyé
- Positif
- Jeanne Moulinet Weber
- Henry Lee Lucas
- Edmund Emil Kemper III

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