|Origin||Seoul, South Korea|
Crash was formed in 1991 with the lineup of Ahn Heung-Chan (vocals, bass guitar), Jung Yong-Wook (drums) and Yoon Doo-Byung (guitar). They were also the first Korean band provoking slam dance and stage diving in their concert.
In 1993, they recorded their debut album Endless Supply of the Pain with an internationally famous death metal producer Colin Richardson with whom the band will collaborate in their third and fourth album again. Endless Supply of the Pain was a critical and commercial success with more than 80,000 copies sold in 1993.
After a more death metal-oriented second album To Be or Not to Be, original guitarist Yoon was fired from the band. Their third album, Experimental State of Fear, was recorded in 1997 with two new guitarists, taking a more experimental approach, with the introduction of an industrial aspect to their thrash sound.
As of today, Crash has released five full-length albums. They participated in the D.R.I. tribute album We Don't Need Society with a cover version of "Acid Rain" as well as a Stormtroopers of Death tribute album with a cover of "Sargent D & the S.O.D.".