Formed in 1991, Sweden’s No Fun At All quickly carved out their own brand of fast,melodic hardcore/punk with their debut EP Vision (1993) and the subsequent album No Straight Angles (1994). Establishing a sound of their own and, alongside
contemporaries Millencolin and Satanic Surfers, themselves as one of the biggest Swedish acts of the 90’s skatepunk scene.
With a new album already in the works (to be recorded and produced by Millencolin’s Mathias Färm in November) and set to be released in the spring of 2018, along with bunch of well-received european shows this past summer, No Fun At All are showing no signs of slowing down.
Founded in 1989, the Satanic Surfers sailed the seven seas, played an unhealthy amount of shows around the world and released six full length albums and a bunch of singles and EP’s.
In the process they became one of the biggest swedish punkbands. In 2007 their work was done, and they went their separate ways. But they were not gone forever. In 2015 the dark Lord called upon them to wreak more havoc.
After a successful festival summer and more touring, they knew that the key to world domination was a new album. Thus followed hard work to create a wicked masterpiece,
which became ‚Back From Hell‘ release in March 2018. So the band went on full speed ahead, with more high-energy melodic hardcore punk from the devil’s disciples. The Satanic Surfers were back from hell!
Every anniversary needs a wedding AFTER PARTY band, right?
The All-Star Weddingband will keep you in the right mood after the headliner’s set. The band is known for their strong punkrock cabaract crossover act. The show is full of classic songs everyone can sing along to from ages 8 to 88 and jokes you’d wish you’d never heard.
Facebook event: HERE