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Artist name for Mart Hällgren, who played all the instruments. He later played in bands like De Lyckliga Kompisarna, Ubba and Greven & James. He also recorded a solo album under the name Mart.
After the above mentioned bands had disbanded, Mart performed live accuostic as Total Egon, playing songs from both solo and band projects. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Livstid met in the most crust punk way imaginable, at a floor show in Bergen during the summer of 2006. It didn’t take long before they took up arms against the cultural elite – since then, they’ve spent years working on perfecting the most conservative and uniform genre of today: D-beat hardcore. Here’s a fist of frenzied punk, played fast, hard and with the dedication required of a band bearing having a real agenda. Livstid started out self-releasing 7-inches amidst tours through both Scandinavia and European countries like Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Finland and Hungary.
Through the Norwegian independent label Fysisk Format, their spirit was captured on a full album in 2011. Their self-titled debut includes comments ...
The band formers are from the swedish crust/punk band Driller Killer. Selle plays the drum, Christ plays the bass and some vocals and Adam plays the guitar and vocal. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.