Panzerchrist is a Danish death metal band from Aarhus. He was trained in 1993-1994 by Michael Enevoldsen after leaving his Illdisposed group.
Panzerchrist records some demos and sign albums at Serious Entertainment. Their first album was released in 1996, followed in 1998 by their album Outpost Fort Europa .
In 2000, Panzerchrist was joined by drummer Reno Kiilerich (ex-Exmortem, Vile, etc.) and Bo Summer (also in Illdisposed) to record Soul Collector , known for his World War II themes and his words in German. Soul Collector was released under the label Mighty Music>. In 2002, the group was joined by Frederik O'Carroll and Rasmus Henriksens and began working on the ultra-violent Roomservice, which featured even faster and brutal compositions as well as the revival of the Metal Church classic: Metal Church . Room Service is recorded at Tue Madsen's Antfarm Studios (The Haunted, Illdisposed, Mnemic etc.) and is distributed by Mighty Music in 2003>.
In 2006, the band is joined by drummer Reno Kiilerich and Karina Bundgaard, now on keyboards, to record Battalion Beast, distributed by Neurotic Records. In spring 2008, singer Bo Summer is replaced by Johnny Pump. Moreover, Panzerchrist, which until then had only been a studio band, plans to go on tour. Panzerchrist returns to the studio at the end of 2009> to record their new album Regiment Ragnarok , originally scheduled for December 2010 and released on April 18, 2011>. Before the release of the album, four of his songs had been unveiled on their MySpace.