|9||Power Of Satan|
|12||Angel Of Destruction|
|13||Triumph of Death [Re-recorded Version]|
|17||Third of the Storms|
|18||The Third Of The Storms (Evoked Damnation)|
|19||Horus / Aggressor|
|20||Buried And Forgotten|
|21||Maniac [Re-recorded Version]|
|23||(Execution) When Hell's Near|
|24||Triumph of Death|
|26||Maniac (Rerecorded version)|
|27||Revelations Of Doom|
|28||Triumph of Death (Rerecorded Version)|
|30||Ready For Slaughter|
Hellhammer was an influential extreme metal band from Switzerland, active during 1982–1984. They are regarded as being one of the first extreme metal bands and are a key influence on later black metal and death metal bands.
Inspired by the music of Black Sabbath, Venom, Raven, and Motörhead, guitarist / vocalist Thomas Gabriel Fischer (a.k.a. "Tom Warrior"), bassist / vocalist Urs Sprenger (a.k.a. "Steve Warrior") and drummer Pete Stratton formed Hammerhead (later Hellhammer) in early 1982.
After the exit of Stratton and drummer Jörg Neubart (a.k.a. "Bruce Day") joining in the ranks on autumn 1982, Hellhammer attempted to find proper rehearsal spaces, which proved difficult due to either exceedingly high rents or unavailable studio hours.