Disbelief is a German extreme metal band from Gundernhausen in the Land of Hessen. Their musical style is centered on a death metal base with melancholic tendencies as well as doom and sludge.
Disbelief was formed in 1990> in the Land of Hesse>, with members Karsten Jäger (vocals), Oliver Lenz (guitar) and Markus Gnap (drums). Denis Musiol (guitar and bass) joined the group two years later, in 1992. The group produced its first demo the same year with producer Andy Classen. Andy Siry (A & R of Nuclear Blast record label) creates the Grind Syndicate Media label under which the demo is unveiled on February 8 and 9, 1992.
Five years later, after two demos and the replacement of Markus and Denis by Tommy Fritsch (guitar), Jochen Trunk (bass) and Kai Bergerin (drums), Disbelief unveils his eponymous album, May 5, 1997. After a tour of support with God Dethroned and Six Feet Under, the band released their second album, "Infected" , June 22, 1998> under the same label as their first album. In 1999, Tommy left the band and was replaced by Jan-Dirk Löffler.
In 2000, Disbelief signed a recording contract with the label Massacre Records and produced the album Worst Enemy which is published on April 30, 2001. The The group then produced the album Shine in 2002 and appeared in concerts with Bolt Thrower in Germany to support the release of the album. Shine has been a success in Germany as well as in Europe. The album Spreading the Rage , published in 2003, is unveiled under the same label Grind Syndicate Media, which is elected "Album of the month" by magazines Rock Hard and Legacy-magazine . Disbelief is gaining fame by appearing with Death Angel, Hypocrisy, Immortal, Benediction, Nile, and Crowbar bands in various countries such as Waken Open Air and Dynamo Open Air.