Welcome to the Barbed Wire Stillbirth Wiki
Barbed Wire Stillbirth is a American/Bangladeshi Progressive Death Metal Band from Pleasant Lake, North Dakota, founded in 2004. The band was founded by Lead Singer/Bassist/Sitarist Jwonny The Rouge Proctologist when Regurgitator Joe located Jwonny Attacking a tree with a large stick.
Who Are We?
We are an insider source within the band and have access to many unreleased albums.
Describe your topic
Technical death metal (also known as tech-death, progressive death metal, or prog-death) is a musical subgenre of death metal that focuses on complex rhythms, riffs and song structures.
Additional Official Websites
You can follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/barbedwirestillbirth/
You can buy our albums here: https://barbedwirestillbirth.bandcamp.com/releases
List Of Albums
1st Album: Food Under My Skin (2006) 
2nd Album: Kris Kringle's Karnage (2009) 
3rd Album: Aluminium Toothpicks (2011) 
4th Album: Upstairs In My Skin (2013) 
5th Album: Chronicles of The God Of Wrath And His Prodigy Jwonny (2014) 
6th Album: 2017 (2017) 
7th Album: Crucifixion Mason-Dixon (2019 Planned Release) 
8th Album: Stories From Kowloon (2020 Planned Release) 
9th Album: Visit To The Sahara (2023 Planned Release) 
10th Album: Waking Up In The Trunk (2025 Planned Release) 
11th Album: Deep Fried Salt (2027 Planned Release) 
12th Album: The Legend Of Boggy Creek (2030 Planned Release) 
13th Album: Dick Gumshoe and a Bunch of Hands (2032 Planned Release) 
14th Album: Butcher's Dozen (Deluxe Remaster) (Release Date Not Yet Revealed) 
Members Of The Band
2004 - Present: Regurgitator Joe (rhythm guitar, unclean vocals)
2005 - Present: 2013 Dodge Dart (lead guitar, backing vocals)
2004 - Present: Mikael Øystein Håvard of Ragnarök (rhythm guitar)
2017 - Present: Mulac Mnicur (bass guitar, sitar)
2017 - Present: Jok Styx (Clean Vocals)
2032 - Present: Cold Ted (drums, turntables)
2004 - 2017: Jwonny the Rogue Proctologist (bass guitar, clean vocals, sitar) Rest in pieces.
2006 - 2017: John (turntables, vocals)
2005 - 2032: Vehicular Homicide of the Newborn (drums) Rest in peace.
- Murgalack Xoxus - inspired song "Lullaby Of The Swampfolk"