List of National Socialist black metal bands

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This is a list of musical artists who are part of the National Socialist black metal scene. National Socialist black metal (usually shortened to NSBM, and also known as neo-Nazi black metal or Aryan black metal) is a political movement within black metal music that promotes neo-Nazism and similar fascist or far-right ideologies. NSBM artists typically combine neo-Nazi imagery and ideology with ethnic European paganism, Satanism, or Nazi occultism, or a combination thereof, and vehemently oppose Christianity, Islam and Judaism. NSBM is not seen as a distinct genre, but as a völkisch movement within black metal. All entries in this list have been explicitly mentioned as being part of the NSBM scene in reliable sources.

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  1. ^ Graveland was central to the Polish NSBM scene and has been labeled as NSBM.[33][34][35][36][37][28] The band itself disputes this label and its lyrics avoid political subjects.[23][38] Rob Darken from the band has said: "I do not think Graveland is an NSBM band. Graveland is regarded as a NSBM band because of my political convictions, [which] most people would call extreme right-wing National Socialist convictions."[32]
  2. ^ RaHoWa experimented with an NSBM sound on its second album
  3. ^ Satanic Warmaster has shunned the NSBM label as a band. Front-man and currently the only member "Werwolf" stated in 2015 that "Personally, I could never tie Satanic Warmaster down to the concept of NSBM for the reasons that have been there from 1998: It would not coincide with my conviction and the thoughts I want to convey through my music... the ideology behind Satanic Warmaster is Satanism and the musical style is black metal. Those, who claim otherwise, do it on the basis of their own feelings and resentment."[51]
  4. ^ The band was active in the NSBM scene but has since rejected the genre in favor of Satanism. Band member Paimon stated in a 2005 interview that "We have -nothing- in common with this so-called 'NSBM' scene since five years or so... Our involvement in the 'NSBM' scene is the past and we're not a part of it anymore."[39]

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  25. ^ Patient NS, name change, clear fascist imagery and lyrics
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