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Millions Slaughtered

Album: ''Millions Slaughtered'' (1990 Demo)
1. Millions Slaughtered (Live)
2. Children Don't Fight (Live)
3. Execution (Live)
4. Necromancy (Live)
5. Fields Of Death (Live)
6. Voices From Hell (Live)
7. Fucking Maniac (Live)
8. Old Wounds (Live)
9. Emotional Demands (Live)
10. Slow Death (Live)
11. Children Don't Fight
12. Fields Of Death

Creating Our Sins

Album: ''Creating Our Sins'' (1992)
1. Masquerade In Claustrophobia
2. Creating Our Sins
3. Old Wounds
4. Millions Slaughtered
5. Children Don't Fight
6. Execution
7. Necromancy
8. Fields Of Death
9. Voices From Hell
10. Fucking Maniac
11. Old Wounds
12. Emotional Demands
13. Slow Death
14. Children Don't Fight
15. Fields Of Death


Album: ''Kaddish'' (1994)
1. The Fading
2. Above The Ground
3. Eyes To Match A Soul
4. Kaddish
5. Fear Of The Future
6. Dying Embers
7. Desert Prayer
8. The Edge Of The Void
9. Ha´ayara Bo´eret
10. The One That No One Knows

Dying Embers

Album: ''Dying Embers'' (1994 Single)
1. Dying Embers
2. The Edge Of The Void

A Moment of Silence

Album: ''A Moment of Silence'' (1998)
1. A Moment Of Silence
2. Winter´s Tear
3. Hour Glass
4. Flames
5. Set The Controls
6. Another Dimension
7. The Worst To Come
8. An Unwanted Guest
9. Symbiosis
10. Eyes To Match A Soul
11. Who Will Comfort Me Now

Collective Demise

Album: ''Collective Demise'' (2002)
1. Broken Yet United
2. Coming End of Reason
3. Slave
4. Act of Terror (Instrumental)
5. Act of War
6. Collective Demise
7. Dead Eyes
8. Feed your Grief
9. Decadence in Solitude
10. Recall
11. Al Taster
12. Inhuman Greed

Live Demise

Album: ''Live Demise'' (2004 DVD)
1. Act of Terror
2. Act of War
3. Collective Demise
4. Decadence in Solitude
5. Eyes to Match a Soul
6. Flames
7. F***ing Maniac
8. Symbiosis
9. The Edge of the Void
10. A Moment of Silence
11. Creating our Sins
12. Execution
13. Al Taster
14. Broken Yet United
15. Children Don't Fight
16. Act of War (Videoclip)
17. Al Taster (Videoclip)
18. Broken Yet United (Videoclip)
19. Fear of the Future (Videoclip)
20. Ha'ayara Boeret (Videoclip)
21. Masquerade in Claustrophobia (Videoclip)
22. Slave (Videoclip)

Strings Attached

Album: ''Strings Attached'' (2005)
1. A Moment of Silence
2. Anno Domini
3. Coming end of reason
4. Dying Embers
5. Winter’s Tear
6. Ha’ayara Bo’eret
7. Eyes to match a soul
8. Slave
9. Old Wounds
10. Hour Glass
11. The Fading
12. Recall
13. Old Wounds (guest vocalists version)
14. The 2nd Coming

Necessary Evil

Album: ''Necessary Evil'' (2007)
1. Blood
2. Amona
3. Idol Worship
4. Mindless
5. Hypatia
6. Strife
7. Resentment
8. Making a Difference
9. More Blood
10. Once Upon a Lifetime part I
11. Once Upon a Lifetime part II
12. Once Upon a Lifetime part III
13. Once Upon a Lifetime part IV
14. Once Upon a Lifetime part V



There are at least four bands that share this name: 1. First Metal band hailing from Israel (the band in this entry's photo); 2. An alternative hip-hop band from Seattle, USA; 3. A post-hardcore band from Gainesville, Florida which was ex-As Friends Rust; 4. A danish rock band.

1. First Metal band hailing from Israel, and one of
the most extreme at the time. Also first Metal band to incorporate Oriental rhymes into Metal.

Salem was formed in 1985, and is considered to be one of the first bands in the global underground scene to play death/doom metal.

After 5 years of a successful underground career the band released another live demo "Millions Slaughtered " (1990). This sold 1 500 copies and lead to a record deal with the German label Morbid Records.

"Creating our sins" (1992) and "Kaddish" (1994) were released by Morbid Records and sold over 40,000 copies worldwide. Prior to the release of "Kaddish", Morbid Records released a 7 inch picture EP with the single "Dying Embers"(1994) to promote the album, and when "Kaddish" came out, a limited edition picture disc was released. The opening song "The Fading" was played on MTV's Headbanger's ball rotation and had the band elected as one of the best 10 up-and-coming bands in the world by MTV and Kerrang.

"Kaddish" also featured a cover song in Hebrew called "Ha'ayara Bo'eret" (the town is on fire), a song about the Holocaust. National controversy lead to the Israeli parliament discussing whether it was appropriate for a metal band to play such songs.

In 1998, following the best offer the band got from Israeli label B.N.E., producer Colin Richardson, the man who had produced acts such as Machine Head and Fear Factory flew over to Israel to record "A Moment of Silence". The album was recorded in D.B. studios in Israel and The Chapel in England and was released late 1998. A big distribution deal with Modern Music (Germany) fell through due to miscommunication between B.N.E. and the band.

In early 2001, Salem was released from their contract with B.N.E. In December 2001, Salem signed a 3 album deal with KMG/ System Shock from Germany. Their 4th album "Collective Demise" was released in September 2002.This was the most aggressive Salem album to date. Produced by the band and recorded in D.B. Studios (Drums, Bass, and Guitars) and Noise Studios (Vocals and mix) in Israel to maintain the bombastic production standard set forth with previous release "A Moment of Silence".

In 2005 Salem released another album named "Strings attached". The album consisted of 11 previously-recorded re-recorded with added string instruments. The album was also released as a special edition with a bonus CD. This featured 3 remixes, 4 live performances from the “Live Demise” DVD, one drum solo, an alternate take of “A Moment of Silence” and 3 instrumental versions of songs from “Strings Attached”. This edition comes in an all exclusive new slip cover.

The "Live Demise" DVD was shot last July in front of 900 fans, this full-length live concert is presented in stereo, 5.1 and DTS mixes. The DVD includes bonuses such as: 7 promo videos, a behind the scene featurette, a making of featurette, a gag reel, 2 easter eggs, English, German, Russian and Japanese subtitles and a 12-page full color booklet.

Around 2006 the band signed up with french metal powerhouse record company, "Seasons of Mist".

A brand new CD entitled "Necessary Evil" was released on the week of 29/06/07. The CD can be divided into Two parts, the first containing ordinary songs and the second containing a 27-minute long piece titled "Once Upon a Lifetime Parts I - V", written by drummer Nir Nakav for the birth of his son.

2. An alternative hip-hop band from Seattle, USA. They fuse funk, hip-hop, jazz, and Afro-Cuban music with bits of other musical styles. They are especially well-known for their socially conscious lyrics. Their music is composed and written by bandmember Todd Anders Johnson.

3. A post-hardcore band from Gainesville, Florida which was ex-As Friends Rust. They were very similar to other bands of the genre with the exception of the boisterous vocals of Adam D'Zurilla which gave Salem a uniqueness out of the reach of most. Unfortunately they were extremely short lived and were only able to release an EP entitled "Love It Or Leave Me".

Death/Doom Metal

Jewish Suffering, Islamic Terrorism

Israel (Giv'ataim), formed in 1985

Season of Mist


Michael Goldstein - Bass
Nir Gutraiman - Guitar (Lehavoth)
Lior Mizrahi - Guitar
Nir Nakav - Drums (Nail Within)
Ze'ev Tananboim - Vocals

Giora Hirsch - Guitar (1990-1996)
Amir Neubach - Drums (1990-1998)
Beny Cohen - Bass (1985-1988)
Beny Robinov - Guitar (1985-1988)
Danny Mondani - Drums (1985-1988)
Yair Benjy - Drums (1988-1990)


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