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Truckfighters is a stoner rock band from Örebro, Sweden, formed in 2001.
After releasing several demos in 2001 and 2002, they recorded a split-EP with local Swedish band Firestone in 2003. In 2005 they released their debut album Gravity X on both MeteorCity Records and Fuzzorama Records. Their follow-up album, Phi, was released in 2007 by Poison Tree Records in the U.S. and on the Fuzzorama label elsewhere.
Their sound has been described as classic desert rock, similar to bands like Dozer, Fu Manchu (with whom they have toured), and Kyuss. They have been featured on the MTV Sweden show "Fuzz"
The film Truckfighters by Joerg Steineck and Christian Maciejewski portrays the band's life. It was released in De...
The Graviators formed in the woods outside Karlshamn, Sweden, with a vision to write and record music inspired by the sounds of the great rock n roll groups of the 70's. Seeing as rock n roll is dead today as we know it, the band hope to provide a spark in the dark. The Graviators blend of vintage rock with more modern stoner caught the ear of Swedish label Transubstans who signed the band in early 2009. In July the Graviators entered the Soundpalace studio (recorded by Johan and Olle Blomström) recorded by near home in Svängsta to record their self-titled debut album. Mixed and mastered by Johan Blomström (Kaptain Sun, Spice and the RJ Band, Faith ao).
Thomas Tjäder (At the Gates, In Flames, Soilwork, The Haunted etc) have ma...
Gothenburg, Sweden (2007 – present)
This trio from Gothenburg is considered by many as the best live act aproaching the rockscene today.
Inspired by bands such as Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad and West, Bruce & Laing, this band could be compared to many of todays powerful acts such as Monster Magnet, Clutch and Abramis Brama.
Långfinger is the band that vibrates the groove and has put the ”p” back in power!
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