STALAGGH comes from the German word "Stalag" which was a concentration camp in Germany in World War II; the g and the h following after Stalag mean "global holocaust." The band consists of many top musicians from the Dutch and Belgian Black Metal / Industrial scene. Rumours suggest that the band used a murder convict - that killed his own mother at the age of 16 and a mental patient who killed himself a few months after the recording of their 2003 EP, for vocals.
According to interviews they used these vocalists because they wanted "the pain and hatred in the vocals to be real and not acted".
They call their 'music': 'Misanthropik Nihilistik Audio-Terrror'.
All members of Stalaggh are anonymous.

In 2007 when they completed their trilogy ('Projekt Nihil', 'Projekt Terrror' and 'Projekt Misanthropia') STALAGGH changed their name to GULAGGH. A Stalag is Nazi POW concentration camp, a Gulag is a Soviet work camp. The extra G and H stand for Global Holocaust.


Stalaggh Discography Tracks


Stalaggh Projekt Nihil (Album) New Era Productions Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
Stalaggh Projekt Terrror (Album) Total Holocaust Records Sweden 2004 Sell This Version
Stalaggh Projekt Misanthropia (Album) Autopsy Kitchen Records Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version
none Stalaggh Pure Misanthropia(CD, Album, Ltd, Num) New Era Productions none Netherlands 2008 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Stalaggh Stalaggh New Era Productions Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
Stalaggh Projekt Misanthropia New Era Productions Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version


AKR009 Stalaggh Nihilistik Terrror(CD, Comp) Autopsy Kitchen Records AKR009 US 2006 Sell This Version


Stalaggh Projekt Terrror - A Visualization New Era Productions US 2006 Sell This Version


AKR016 Stalaggh Projekt Misanthropia - Promo(CDr) Autopsy Kitchen Records AKR016 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version