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Walking With Strangers are a progressive metalcore band that formed in Trollhättan, Sweden in 2007 and split in 2013 before reuniting in 2014. They play a unique brand of very technical, progressive metalcore and have been hailed as one of the most promising young metal bands to be on the rise from that country. They released their debut EP, Buried, Dead & Done in 2009 and followed up with their debut album, Hardships in 2011 through Panic & Action, as well as a four-track single in 2012. They released their second-full length album Terrra on June 12, 2015.
Vocals - Robin Schulz
Guitar - Ciffe Lennartsson
Guitar - Pontus Johansson
Bass - Christian Höijer
Drums - Anton Hallenberg Read mo...
Aim For The Sunrise.
In late 2008 five guys in the age 16 - 18 found eachother through a combined interest of music.
Sharing the ideal of a much deeper cause behind their music, it was soon obvious that they would give this
band top priority.
A few months after rehearsing, a demo was recorded in a amature studio. The demo "The Secret About Life & Hope" was the launch that made them self a name in the scene. And received great reviews in the Close Up magazine, calling them "our swedish delicacy".
Since the start in late 2008 afts have played stages all over the country and working hard to spread their music and approach as good as possible.
And during that time writing new material for a new recor...
Last View - Metalcore from Stockholm, Sweden formed in 2008.
Combining thrashing speed, death metal melodies and hardcore energy, Last View from Stockholm, Sweden is metalcore per definition.
The band started out in the spring of 2008 as a project among friends who all share a love for metal and hardcore, and things were immediately set in motion. Despite their relatively short period together as a band, they have already gained some underground attention and media appreciation. Having had "Demo of the month" at P3 Rockster (Swedish public service internet radio) and being dubbed best in Sweden in issue #113 of Close-Up Magazine (the biggest rock/metal magazine in Scandinavia) proves and states this fact.