23rd Grade Of Evil

23rd Grade Of Evil

Swiss metal band 23rd GRADE OF EVIL started their career as Morbus Wilson in the nineties. Their debut album ‘Corematic’ was critically acclaimed in Switzerland and abroad. After a break and after having designed a new concept the band reformed in 2004 as 23rd GRADE OF EVIL. They recorded their debut album ‘What Will Remain When We Are Gone’ in 2009 at the Little Creek Studio under guidance of V.O. Pulver (Pro-Pain, Destruction, Gurd, Headhunter, Fear My Thoughts). Pro-Pain's Gary Meskil contributed backing vocals. The album was released and distributed in collaboration with Non Stop Music Records and Quam Libet Records and got positive reviews in metal magazines throughout Europe. After many successful shows, some of which with Pro-Pain and Sepultura, the band started writing songs and lyrics for the second album.

The band's second full-length album ‘Bad Men Do What Good Men Dream’ was also recorded at V.O. Pulver's Little Creek Studio. The twelve new songs turned out to be more melodic and catchy, but still are groovy and aggressive. The album was released through Artist Station Records.


23rd Grade Of Evil Discography Tracks


23rdgoe09 23rd Grade Of Evil What Will Remain When We Are Gone(CD, Album) Suisa 23rdgoe09 Switzerland 2010 Sell This Version
23rd Grade Of Evil Bad Men Do What Good Men Dream (Album) Artist Station Records Germany 2012 Sell This Version