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Stone Carpet plays a mix of metal, indie rock and sweaty grunge. A dynamic soundscape with heavy riffs and melodic vocals, energetic drums and throbbing bass lines.
Stone Carpet started playing in 2007 with Magnus Stenbäcken on guitar and vocals and Mattias Andersson on drums. They recorded an EP in the winter of 2007/2008. The first EP was called Silence!. Stone Carpet worked on new songs during the spring and summer of 2008. Five of these were recorded for EP number two during the winter of 2008/2009, together with the newly found bassist Jörgen Eriksson. Stone Carpet's second EP is called 'EEE'.
Mattias Andersson left the band in November 2009.
In february 2010, Stone Carpet recruited Björn Stenmark t...
The Razed are a rock trio in the Gothenburg area. Started 2009
The Razed are a blend of young and experienced musicians. With different backgounds. An Englishman. a German. and a Swede all bringing different influences to the Rock`N`Roll table! With music described as “GRUNGADELIC SPACEPUNK” THE RAZED draw influences from THE CLASH, THE CULT, FOO FIGHTERS, KILLING JOKE and many more. THE RAZED are lyrically provocative and they use irony as a club.
The Razed have been finalists in major original song competitions sponsored by Gothenburgs Post
The Razed have played live in many locations including a large open air event in central Gothenburg “GP SCEN”
Recently The Razed have been invited to play...
1) The story of UK post-punk The Wait goes back to 1981, when schoolfriends, Hamish Champ and Andy Linden picked up guitars and decided to form a band. Teaching themselves to play, they invited various personnel to join them, including Simon Matthews on guitar and Duncan Clayton (drums). This line up went by the name of The Trees, but Simon soon got bored and Kevin Tweedy joined on Keyboards in Sep 1982.
The name was changed to The Wait after the songs by Killing Joke and The Pretenders. Hamish and Andy shared the vocals, and they were finally ready to play the first gig in Feb 1983. After the first 5 gigs, Dawn Kelly was recruited as lead singer, but was sacked 3 gigs later because she was a bit of a wally (!). Jeanette Purce...