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Scorched Tundra 2015
Martyrdöd unleash intense raw Swedish crustcore with some black metal influences. Ultra powerful metallic käng that drags you into a world of darkness, anger and despair...This band has a distinct style within the strong tradition of Swedish hardcore. The riffs are raw and powerful, with haunting melody over a storm of raw sonic shrapnel. Two guitars trade off sledgehammer riffs and driving melodic leads. Guitarist Micke also now plays in Skitsystem.
Fredrik Reinedahl - Bass
Jens Bäckelin - D-beat
Mikael Kjellman - Guitar & Vocals
Pontus Redig - Guitar
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Kongh are a metal threepiece from Nässjö, Sweden. They were founded by Tomas Salonen (drums) and David Johansson (guitars/vocals) in 2004, later joined by Oskar Rydén (bass). After releasing a demo in 2006, they released their first full-length in 2007, entitled Counting Heartbeats. In 2009 they released Shadows of the Shapeless on Trust No One Recordings.
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Monolord ~ Sweden
Psychedelic Doom Metal
Formed in 2013, this band is made up of Swedish rockers Thomas Jäger, Esben Willems, and Mika Häkki. Both Jäger and Willems were in the Swedish boogie rock band Marulk and started Monolord as a side project as a way to play some more heavier tunes, they quickly added Häkki (from The Don Darlings, ex Rotten Sound) and realized that they had something very special between the 3 of them. Monolord became very real very quickly and recording commenced in early 2013. Thomas Jäger had not sung in a band before this one, but you would never know it by the sound of it. Having met EasyRider Records head hauncho Daniel Hall over instagram in May of 2013 when the record was ready to listen to,...
Martin – Sven – Sonny – André – Gonzo
2010 saw the birth of Age of Woe. The band was the result of a summoning of people from the Gothenburg punk and metal scene. It all started during the summer of 2010 with the desire to explore new territories in the vast landscapes of punk and metal.
2011 was a great year in many ways for Age of Woe. The band recorded and released their debut 7″ EP in September, and digitally through Pivotal Rockordings in December, which received a lot of positive reactions and great reviews all around. To promote the release, Age of Woe live streamed a short set performed at the Belly of the Whale studio in Gothenburg. It turned out to be more successful than anyone ever thought it could be.