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Origin Wollongong, NSW
Genres Thrash
Years active 2008 – 2013
Labels None
Associated acts Demigod, Mortal Sin, Carbon Black
Past members
Damon Bishop, Rob Giles, Paul Gilroy, Dave Tinelt

Band members

  • Line-up
    • Damon Bishop (guitar)
    • Rob Giles (bass)
    • Paul Gilroy (drums)
    • Dave Tinelt (vocals)

Band information

Nekrofeist is a thrash band from Wollongong formed in 2008 by Bishop (ex-Demigod), Tinelt, Giles and Gilroy, all of whom had known each other from various projects. The band funded and produced two music videos, for the songs "Nerve Rack" (2008) and "Kills Everything" (2009) that received rotation on Rage and Heavy Shift. Nekrofeist was then awarded an Indigenous Arts grant through Gadigal Music that led to the recording of their debut EP, produced by Ash Manning from Tourettes. On March 12, 2012, Dave Tinelt was named as Mat Maurer's replacement in Mortal Sin. This appointment lasted two shows before that band split up; Nekrofeist released their debut full-length album the following July and played shows with Warbringer in October. With the release of Without Reserve or Regret the band played heavily around the Sydney and Canberra areas until Tinelt announced he had resigned from the band in May 2013 and Nekrofeist folded. Giles and Bishop immediately formed Carbon Black.



2012 Without Reserve or Regret Gadigal


2010 Nekrofeist Gadigal

Compilation tracks:

Year Track Title Album Title Label
2011 "Choke" Euphony Fusion IV Welkin Entertainment