Bohren & Der Club Of Gore

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Founded in 1992 in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore was formed by members of various grindcore/hardcore and death/doom metal bands. In their search for a "unique sound", they started to play what they call "doom ridden jazz music".

Initially the band was called "Bohren". In 1993, the name was expanded to "Bohren & Der Club of Gore" as a link to the Dutch band Gore, which inspired Bohren to play instrumental music.

The first real "Bohren" release was a 1993 demo tape called "Luder, Samba und Tavernen Demo".
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Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Discography Tracks

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none Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Langspielkassette album art Bohren* Langspielkassette(Cass, C60) Not On Label (Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Self-released) none Germany 1992 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Gore Motel album art Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore* Gore Motel (Album) Epistrophy Germany 1995 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Midnight Radio album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Midnight Radio (Album) Epistrophy Germany 1997 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Sunset Mission (Album) Wonder Germany 2000 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Black Earth album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Black Earth (Album) Wonder Germany 2002 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Geisterfaust album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Geisterfaust (Album) Wonder Germany 2005 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Dolores album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Dolores (Album) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings Russia 2008 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Mitleid Lady album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Mitleid Lady Latitudes UK 2009 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Beileid album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Beileid (MiniAlbum) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings Belgium 2011 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Piano Nights album art Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Piano Nights (Album) [PIAS] Recordings, [PIAS] Recordings Germany 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Untitled album art Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore* Untitled (EP) Burt Reynolds Moustache Records Germany 1994 Sell This Version
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Wald / Schwarzer Sabbat Für Dean Martin album art Wald / Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Wald / Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Wald / Schwarzer Sabbat Für Dean Martin (EP) Epistrophy Germany 1995 Sell This Version

Compilations

PIASD5016CD Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Bohren For Beginners album art Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore* Bohren For Beginners(2xCD, Comp) [PIAS] Recordings PIASD5016CD Europe 2016 Sell This Version

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therm_

therm_

September 19, 2016
Later this year there's going to be a re release on vinyl for Sunset mission, Black earth and geisterfaust!
TheInnsmouthLook

TheInnsmouthLook

February 9, 2016
i need every one of these releases on cassette tape, yesterday.
Laudanumpotion

Laudanumpotion

October 18, 2012
Thanks Fatalblades and Alastis for the awesome music suggestions.
heycarlosrossi

heycarlosrossi

June 1, 2010
Bohren & der Club has frankly become one of my top 3 bands. Blending elements of just about every type of record I know. For anyone that is even into Exotica music, I could even recommend certain pieces of this bands' work.

Searching for their vinyl has proven to be a quest, but generally these records are not at all boring. I would suggest these to anyone who is bored of music and wants to hear something completely bleak yet surreal. Twin Peaks fans will definitely latch onto Bohren's deep drones.

On a side note: Please check out Dale Cooper Quartet & the Dictaphones. An amazing project from possibly France.
Alastis

Alastis

July 6, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
B&DCoG are from Germany and while they are not famous worldwide (not yet), selected (and lucky) few know about their brand of "horror-jazz". This is the sort of music that You can drown in, so to speak - slow, seductive and quite spooky in many aspects. In a way, it reminds me of the music produced by Aussies Dirty Three with only difference being the fact that violin is replaced with saxophone. This is definitely not Your average FM jazz, nor it is any close to Kenny G brand of new age boredom.

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