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”If the music is loud we won’t hear the sound of the world falling apart”
No Omega have been a very active, hardworking band since their start in 2010, playing their blend of political hardcore, screamo and metal. They have released two full-length records, two EPs and played more than 300 shows, with band such as Parkway Drive, Touche Amore, Pianos Become The Teeth, The Carrier, Comeback Kid, Loma Prieta, Oathbreaker, Birds In Row, Full Of Hell, and more.
No Omega started in 2010 and in 2011 their debut EP (7" vinyl) was released on Monument Records (SWE) and a small Stockholm label called 'World vs Cometh'. Through hard work and DIY ethics (owing their thanks to the DIY-scene), they managed to do four European to...
Hailing from Stockholm, This Gift is a Curse play a combination of hardcore and sludge with great influences from both the occult black metal-scene as well as drone soundscapes. Spanning from slow, epic sections to faster, energetic parts, the songs show a great diversity in both musicianship and creativity.
Although the four members originated from different parts of the country, an accidental meeting by Jonas A. Holmberg and Johan Nordlund the late summer of 2008 led to the birth of This Gift is a Curse. The two had not been living in Stockholm for more than a couple of months but were already inspired to start a musical project based in their new hometown. While talking noticed that they had a lot of congenial ideas concern...
TROPHIES is a pop-punk band from Pittsburgh, Pa. We are also a tight-knit family. Everyone we have ever met, hung out with, has supported us, has ever been to a show is part of that family. Trophies is about staying true, being real and of course always having a good time! Our love of music is what brought us together and what keeps us going. We live by the motto: "IF YOU WANT SOMETHING, GO FOR IT!" and lead our lives accordingly. So, take a chance and make it happen!
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