Top Hypocrisy Albums
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The Undergraduate
The Undergraduate
[2013]
End of Disclosure
End of Disclosure
[2013]
Beast of Hypocrisy
Beast of Hypocrisy
[2012]
Hell Over Sofia - 20 Years of Chaos and Confusion (Bonus Version)
Hell Over Sofia - 20 Years of Chaos and Confusion (Bonus Version)
[2011]
Hell Over Sofia - 20 Years of Chaos and Confusion (Bonus Track Version) [Live]
Hell Over Sofia - 20 Years of Chaos and Confusion (Bonus Track Version) [Live]
[2011]
A Taste Of Extreme Divinity (Exclusive Bonus Version)
A Taste Of Extreme Divinity (Exclusive Bonus Version)
[2009]
Valley Of The Damned
Valley Of The Damned
[2009]
Catch 22 - V2.0.08
Catch 22 - V2.0.08
[2008]
Virus
Virus
[2005]
The Arrival
The Arrival
[2004]
Abducted - Classic Serie
Abducted - Classic Serie
[2003]
Catch 22
Catch 22
[2002]
10 Years of Chaos and Confusion
10 Years of Chaos and Confusion
[2001]
The Fourth Dimension/Maximum Abduction
The Fourth Dimension/Maximum Abduction
[2000]
Ino the Abyss
Ino the Abyss
[2000]
Into the Abyss
Into the Abyss
[2000]
Hypocrisy Destroys Wacken 1998
Hypocrisy Destroys Wacken 1998
[1999]
Hypocrisy Destroys Wacken
Hypocrisy Destroys Wacken
[1999]
The Final Chapter
The Final Chapter
[1997]
Abducted
Abducted
[1996]
The Fourth Dimension
The Fourth Dimension
[1994]
Osculum Obscenum
Osculum Obscenum
[1993]
Penetralia
Penetralia
[1992]
Related Information for Hypocrisy
The Swedish death metal band Hypocrisy was formed by Peter Tägtgren in 1990 upon his return to Sweden from Florida, where he had been inspired by that state's flourishing death metal scene (bands like Morbid Angel, Deicide, Death and Obituary). Hypocrisy's first demo was recorded entirely by Tägtgren himself; once it secured him a record deal, he recruited a lineup of Masse Broberg (Vocals), Jonas Österberg (Guitar), Mikael Hedlund (Bass) and Lars Szöke (Drums), while he himself settled on guitar. This lineup released "Penetralia in 1992, upon which point Österberg left the group. "Obsculum Obscenum" appeared in 1993, and Broberg subsequently departed as well, with Tägtgren assuming vocal duties. Thus.. read more