Xenomorph is a Dutch death metal band formed in 1994 in Leiden, the Netherlands. The band is named after xenomorphs, fictional creatures created by the Swiss artist H.R. Giger and used in the Alien (franchise)
Xenomorph made a successful debut album, Baneful Stealth Desire, which was released by System Shock Records from Germany in 2001.1 In 2002 they toured Europe with Master and Krabathor.
In 2005, Dutch label Under Her Black Wings released Xenomorph's second album, Necrophilia Mon Amour. The album seems to have suffered from a media boycott in Germany, since it contains a song called "Treblinka," in reference to the Treblinka extermination camp. In 2006 the band went on tour through Europe again, this time with Macabre, Jungle Rot, and Impaled Nazarene.
De Tombe - vocals,
Kreft - guitar,
JRA - bass,
Bomber - drums,
Coert Zwart - guitar,
Carmen van der Ploeg - vocals,
Vincent Scheerman - guitar
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