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Experimental Thrash Metal
|Years active||2016 - present (on hiatus)|
The Legend Factory.
Matti Niinisto - Lead Vocals
Adolf Hellbelter - Lead Guitar
Napalm Volivoxa - Bass
Astuvansalmi Vanhanen - Drums
The original creators of the Rockese Language and the undisputed masters of post-2019 Rock, Curbstomb Warcrime are one of the most influential bands of the last 20-years. Always controversial, the band's first Album "Banzai!" was banned in many countries due to it's graphic sexual lyrics, violent profanity and outright satanism. Their second album "Queens Of The Ratf**k S**t-heap" was similarly banned.
It was not until they released their third album "Skullbusting" that they were enshrined as Rock Gods. Skullbusting was an experimental album, and all but one of the songs on the album was sung in Rockese, the now widely spoken manufactured language that almost all Rock is sung in. Fans of hardcore Rock music universally applauded the album, calling it "the album of the century" and "the turning point". Sure enough, within a year, dozens of other hardcore rock bands began singing entirely in Rockese.
Adolf Hellbelter's Arrest
Adolf Hellbelter, Curbstomb Warcrime's German-born lead guitarist, was arrested in January of 2023 after he was filmed performing the Nazi salute in front of the Auschwitz Holocaust Remembrance Center in Poland. Hellbelter (real name Maxmillian Metzger) was charged by the Helsinki Constitutional Court of Holocaust Approval, and sentenced to 5 years in prison. Despite harsh critisism, the band have vowed they will tour again once Hellbelter is released from jail.
Banzai! - 2016
Queens Of The Ratf**k S**t-heap - 2018
Skullbusting - 2019
Vach Zunghe (The Song) - 2020
Bu Naffltocht (In Hell) - 2022