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Scraps Of Tape started in 2001 and the members has since then constantly been working with the band in one way or another. Six European tours, one tour in Japan over the course of two weeks, and a bunch of one-off shows made up a total of over 100 live shows in 14 different countries since they began. With at least three tours in Europe and Japan planned for 2009, it was only the beginning.
So far Scraps Of Tape has recorded three albums, all of them released on the Swedish independent recordlabel A Tenderversion Recording.
2004 - Read Between The Lines At All Times
2007 - This Is A Copy Is This A Copy
2009 - Grand Letdown
Scraps Of Tape currently consists of Johan Gustavsson (guitar/drums/vocal...
Danish post rockers, The Shaking Sensations, is five young gentlemen playing dreamy and atmospheric instrumental rock. The band remain faithful to the genre itself and their universe evolve through elaborate build-ups and mesmerizing crescendos – somewhat simple melodies, which gradually turn into epic duels between life and death and finally culminate in a beautiful, often deafening, chaos. The motive power in the music is the contrast between the hushed and fragile on the one side, and the violent energy outlets on the other. The band has been together since 2009 and now resides in Copenhagen, Denmark.
2010 saw the release of the band's debut EP, This is Your Hellfire Religion! It was released on vinyl and as digital downlo...
EF is a five-piece band from Gothenburg, Sweden. It all started in May 2003, and soon they stood in a small basement and created quite heavy music. It didn't take long for them to find that melodies, emotions and explosions were more interesting.
During the first 3 years they recorded and released 4 CD-R demos and began playing in various locations around Sweden. In the summer of 2005 they were contacted by US label Raise the Red Flag. They decided to co-op, and a full length album was released during 2006.
First European tour took place during 3 weeks in October/November 2005. They did 16 shows.
First proper release was the 2-track 7" released by independent label Jezebel Recordings in November 2005.