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Red Harvest - Harvest Bloody Harvest DVD (2006)
Formed in 1989 as a Slayer tribute band, the band released their first demo Ocultica that year, followed
up by a second Psychotica before releasing their debut album Nomindsland
in 1992 which had distinctly thrash metal influences & aesthetics.
From 1994, the band moved towards an experimental hybrid of progressive
metal, gothic rock, industrial and doom metal on There's Beauty in the
Purity of Sadness which spawned a video for the opening track "Wounds",
gaining the band exposure on MTV despite its violent imagery, The
Maztürnation, and Hybreed In 1997, the band reached a wider audience
supporting US gothic metal act Type O Negative.
With 1998's EP New Rage World Music - re-released in 2001 which contains
the original EP tracklist from 1998 and four bonus tracks with minor
alterations under the altered title of New World Rage Music. After the
original EP release, the band perfected their progressive
industrial-tinged sound, and their follow-up Cold Dark Matter album was
released in 2000 In 2002, Sick Transit Gloria Mundi was nominated for a
Spellemannprisen The Norwegian equivalent of a Grammy Award and an
alternative Grammy in the "Best Metal Album" category. In 2004, Red
Harvest released the Harvest Bloody Harvest DVD and the album Internal
Punishment Programs. The band released, A Greater Darkness, in early
2007# In 2008, they released The Redline Archives: a compilation album
of various remixes and alternate versions of previously released tracks
along with a number of unreleased songs.
From New Rage World Music to Internal Punishment Programs, their sound
drew elements from industrial metal bands such as Godflesh and Ministry,
the experimental doom of Neurosis, Voivod, Voivod-influenced
prog-thrash, fellow Norwegian black metal bands like Emperor and
Darkthrone, and certain styles of electronica, such as drum'n'bass,
industrial and gabber. As of 2007, they have largely retained these
influences, but have moved towards a slightly slower and more organic
style as evidenced by songs like "Hole in Me" from A Greater Darkness,
though they still retain their ability to throw up-tempo numbers into
The band played a show on October 24, 2009 in Oslo, the band's home
city, to mark the twentieth anniversary of the band's formation.
According to their official Website, Red Harvest disbanded in May 2010, stating no specific reasons for the breakup.
Harvest Bloody Harvest is a music DVD released by Industrial metal band Red Harvest. It was released on 18 September 2006.
The DVD contains live footage filmed at the Sonic Solstice Festival in
the Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, Norway on September 24, 2005. There
were two DVD boxes released, one was a limited edition metal case, the
other one a normal case. It also contains some music videos, rehearsal
footage and various other pieces of footage.
Fall of Fate
Cold Dark Matter
Beyond The End
Sick Transit Gloria Mundi
Label: Season Of Mist
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