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Sweden Prog Fest 2012
Trettioåriga Kriget + Anekdoten + Ritual + Brother Ape + Plankton + Darxtar + 3rd World Electric + Mårran + Mad Artwork
Trettioåriga Kriget (The Thirty Years' War) formed in 1970 in Saltsjöbaden, a seaside resort southeast of Stockholm. They were all at the time about seventeen years old and still in high school, back then they used the school's main hall for rehearsal. The initial lineup of the band was a six piece with two drummers, from the very beginning the band included Stefan on bass and vocals, Dag on drums and Olle on harmonica. In 1971 a few original members left the band and Robert joined on vocals and guitar. In 1972 Olle quit playing harmonica to concentrate on the lyrics, leaving only Stefan, Dag and Robert handling the instruments. At this point they decided that they needed a guitar player and the band opened up for auditioning, and it was...
Anekdoten is a Swedish progressive rock band, made up of guitarist/vocalist Nicklas Barker, cellist Anna Sofi Dahlberg, bassist/vocalist Jan Erik Liljeström and drummer Peter Nordins.
They are notable for the use of the mellotron and the heavy, trippy sound, dominated by a bass guitar. Their music is associated with the tradition of 1970s progressive rock music, especially King Crimson, but they have also covered songs by Van Der Graaf Generator and Magma in their live performances. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Brother Ape is a very fine act consisting of four very talented as well as skilled musicians. Stefan Damicolas (vocals, guitars), who is writing most of the material with all tracks arranged together with the rest of the band, Peter Dahlstrom (vocals, bass, keyboards), Gunnar Maxén (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Max Bergman (drums, percussion). Musically their sound is a unique blend of progressive rock and fusion. At times chord changes are somewhat in the vein of 70's fusion bands such as Weather Report or Brand X, but performed with quite heavy, but also kind of sophisticated guitars rather than 70's keyboard sounds. They've also got one foot in the more traditional progressive rock style with Saga, Yes, Rush and maybe also some A.C.T ...