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Stone Carpet plays a mix of metal, indie rock and sweaty grunge. A dynamic soundscape with heavy riffs and melodic vocals, energetic drums and throbbing bass lines.
Stone Carpet started playing in 2007 with Magnus Stenbäcken on guitar and vocals and Mattias Andersson on drums. They recorded an EP in the winter of 2007/2008. The first EP was called Silence!. Stone Carpet worked on new songs during the spring and summer of 2008. Five of these were recorded for EP number two during the winter of 2008/2009, together with the newly found bassist Jörgen Eriksson. Stone Carpet's second EP is called 'EEE'.
Mattias Andersson left the band in November 2009.
In february 2010, Stone Carpet recruited Björn Stenmark t...
Hailing from the suburbs of Stockholm, Sweden, REVOLUTION RIOT is a combo, which combines the flare of the ’80s with the attack and rawness of the punk-era.
Since the start in 1998 the band has released two fullength albums; "Out of the gutter, into the light" (2001, Feedback boogie) and "Blues for the spiritually retarded" (2005, Deaf´n Dumb)and has also appeared on compilation albums, such as the Swedish Rolling Stones tribute "We love you - a tribute to rolling stones" (2005, Feedback booige)
The band has been the opening act for bands such as L.A Guns and has played festivals as the "Whole lotta love-festival","Swedish metal expo 2005" and "Stockholm rockrevelation 2"
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M Ä B E - Rock with lyrics written in the Swedish language.
Started 2003 with previous experiences with among others Twoface(swe), Nosferatu, Sarcastic, Opthalamia, session-guitar player for Dissection in their early days, electronic supervisor and backing vocals for Deathstars ( http://www.myspace.com/deathstars ) at their 2002 tour (as well as co. writer with Nightmare Industries and Whiplasher on the single track Cyanide off their latest album Termination Bliss) Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.