Amok is the title of a number of bands and projects. #1 Amok (Norway) AMOK spawned in 2000 as a death/grind/thrash metal unit. The aim was from the beginning to bring back the doomsday holocaust from the 80s. Musical inspiration was bands like Autopsy, Beherit, VON, Masters Hammer, Sadistik Exekution, Carcass, Blasphemy and old Scandinavian death metal. Lineup: Necrocum - Vocals (Aborym, Mysticum) Lava aka Radek - Guitars, Drum Programming (Aeternus, Taake, Orcustus) Iscariah (Stian Smorholm) - Bass (Grimfist, Immortal, Necrophagia)
#1 Amok (Norway)
AMOK spawned in 2000 as a death/grind/thrash metal unit.
The aim was from the beginning to bring back the doomsday holocaust from the 80s.
Musical inspiration was bands like Autopsy, Beherit, VON, Masters Hammer, Sadistik Exekution, Carcass, Blasphemy and old Scandinavian death metal.
Necrocum - Vocals (Aborym, Mysticum)
Lava aka Radek - Guitars, Drum Programming (Aeternus, Taake, Orcustus)
Iscariah (Stian Smorholm) - Bass (Grimfist, Immortal, Necrophagia)
Taipan - Drums (Orcustus)
Stanley - Bass
Mord - Drums
#2 Thrash metal band from Scotland
#3 Amok (Switzerland)
Amok was formed in May 2001 in Geneva by members of several bands of the local death metal scene. The style is not easy to describe.
#4 Amok (Japan)
Formerly a Japanese indie band with emo/screamo influences. They disbanded. Members could now be found in a similar project called THE RAINRAINS.
#5 Amok (Croatia)
Amok is a metal hardcore punk band, formed back in 2001. except playing in amok, we also play/or have played in a lot of croatian underground bands: clean, don't mess with texas, equal, gebissdestroyer, la kurtizana, nikad, senata fox, sentence, storms. so far we have two releases: amok - st - cd/mc released on mesmerized records; amok - fuck the system ep - cd/free download self released.
#6 Amok (Hungary/Serbia)
The Hungarian Amok is the brainchild of the Nevergreen keyboarder Mikl?s Matl?ri and guitarist Vladimir Rusic, formed in 2004. This band plays Gothic-Doom Metal.
Formed in 2004, Amok had first been referred to as a side-project of the Hungarian gothic-doom band Nevergreen guitar and keyboard players, but quite quickly it overgrew that title.
Due to the influences of the other three members, Amok's music is another kind of metal than Nevergreen, it sounds even progressive sometimes.
The bands only album "Szent v?r" was released in May 2005 for the hungarian label "Hammer Records". It is entirely sung in Hungarian, and has not been released outside Hungary, where the band played most of it's shows. Therefore they're often mistaken to be a Hungarian band, although all the band members live and work in Serbia.
Due to the lack of interest in further cooperation on behalf of Hammer Records, the decreasing number of live shows, and finally some personal issues, the band had slowly stopped it's work, and by the end of 2007 it was practically inactive.
#7 Amok (Bonn, Germany)
Probably the first band called Amok was a German punk band that existed from 1992 till 1997. They released a five-song EP called "Willkommen im Wohlstandsghetto" with Vitaminepillen Records in 1996.
#8 Amok (Switzerland)
There is also another Amok from Switzerland.
A RAC band, they've released album "Verbotene Wahrheit".
#9 AMOK (Leipzig, Germany)
A 3-piece Rockband from Leipzig, Saxony, East Germany, existed early to mid-00's and released an album called "Alles klar".
#10 Amok (Gaborone, Botswana)
A four piece metal band featuring Odirile ?Odd Chyle? Ditshupo on guitars and vocals,
Duna ?Siska? Morapedi on guitar, Tumelo ?Graveyard? Kgaditswe on bass, and Cosmoz ?Nicothmoth? Modisaemag on drums.
#11 Amok (Germany)
Alias of Andreas Janke, a spacesynth musician and video game music remixer from Germany.
#12 Amok (Greece, Agrinio)
Diy punk band