Dia Psalma

Dia Psalma are almost legendary in the Swedish punk scene. Their music is best described as punk and metal tunes with influences from folk music with lyrics stretching from politics to Swedish folklore. The band is best categorized as "trallpunk", a Swedish term to describe punk sung in Swedish with lyrics easy to sing along with.

The band was formed in 1992 from the 80's punk band "Strebers" after one of the members died in a car accident. Ulke and Ztikkan recorded one last album called "Till en vän" (to a friend) with a drum machine replacing their friend and then decided to start a new band. They found Stipen who joined them as a drummer and in 1992 Dia Psalma was formed.

During the 90s Dia Psalma swept in like ...

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Asta Kask

Asta Kask is a punk band from Töreboda, Sweden. It was founded as X-tas in 1978, but changed to Asta Kask in 1980. In 1984 the band started working with Rosa Honung Records. After the 1986 release of the "Aldrig en LP" the band split up.

Bjurren and Bonnie started Cosa Nostra, Micke joined Strebers and Ernie started NEIN together with members of Rolands Gosskör.

In 1989 the band was reunited and played a few gigs, but then went dormant until 1992 when they played at Rosa Honung's ten year jubilee. Then the band went quiet again until 2003 when they started touring again as a "revenge" for all the unfairness they've been put through. The drummer, Bjurre, quit the band in late 2004 to focuson his other bands Frost and...

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De Lyckliga Kompisarna

De Lyckliga Kompisarna ("The Happy Friends" in English) is a Swedish punk band active in the early nineties. The driving force behind the band was the singer Mart Hällgren, who also played various instruments in the band during the years.

The band was reunited again in late 2007 - early 2008 Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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