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|Released||26 February 2016|
|Genre||Punk rock, skate punk|
|Label||De Nihil Records (vinyl)|
|Producer||Mathias Färm, Nikola Sarcevic|
True Brew is an EP by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released on 26 February 2015 by De Nihil Records on 12" vinyl, as well as digitally by Epitaph Records. The song "True Brew" was originally featured on Millencolin's eighth studio album, True Brew , which was released in April 2015 via Epitaph. "True Brew is one of our absolute favorite tracks off the album and if you haven't heard the album yet this is a great way to get what the album's about", explained drummer Fredrik Larzon. "This song also sums up exactly what our band is about in the lyrics and to spice it up even more we decided to also do the alternative version in Swedish which turned out great."
A new video clip it was filmed during the South American tour in 2015. They release two videos, "True Brew" and "Inte Vara Ägd" (swedish version). The external scenes were recorded in Fortaleza, Brazil. Shot and directed by Adam Holmkvist.
Kent was a Swedish rock-pop band, formed in Eskilstuna in 1990. With members Joakim Berg, Martin Sköld, Sami Sirviö and Markus Mustonen, the band has had numerous radio hits throughout Sweden and Scandinavia and consecutive number-one studio albums on the Sweden top list (Sverigetopplistan) beginning with the release of Verkligen (1996) and led by the single "Kräm ". With origins rooted in distorted rock, they found mainstream success through their alternative rock albums of the mid-1990s, 2000s and 2010s, the latter decades during which they adopted elements of synthpop. With eleven number-one albums, five number-one singles, 23 Swedish Grammy Awards, and over 3 million record sales, Kent is considered the most popular rock/pop group within Sweden and throughout Scandinavia. Vapen & ammunition (2002) topped the Swedish charts for 95 weeks. Kent is often compared to bands like U2, Coldplay and Depeche Mode.
Punk-O-Rama was the title given to a series of ten compilation albums published by Epitaph Records. The first volume was released in 1994, the second in 1996, and the rest annually from 1998 to 2005. The albums included artists from Epitaph's roster as well as from its subsidiary label ANTI- and its partnership labels Hellcat Records and Burning Heart Records. In total the series included 257 songs contributed by 88 different artists.
Millencolin is a Swedish punk rock band that was formed on October 12, 1992 by Nikola Šarčević, Mathias Färm, and Erik Ohlsson in Örebro, Sweden. In early 1993, drummer Fredrik Larzon joined the band. The name Millencolin is derived from the skateboard trick "melancholy".
Forever Young is the debut album released by German synthpop group Alphaville on September 27, 1984, by Warner Music Group. It charted well, hitting the Top 20 in six European countries and reaching number 1 in Norway and Sweden. Alphaville followed up with their second album in 1986 with the release of Afternoons in Utopia.
bob hund is an indie rock band from Sweden. Their music, hard to classify, has been described as "what you might expect if you managed to merge Pere Ubu and Pixies with a touch of Kraftwerk". bob hund have performed mostly in Scandinavia as well as in Poland and England. Some of their performances include Roskilde, Hultsfred, Ruisrock and Quart music festivals.
Operation Ivy was an American punk rock band from Berkeley, California, United States, formed in May 1987. The band was stylistically important as one of the first bands to mix the elements of hardcore punk and ska into a new amalgam called ska punk and was critical to the emergence of Lookout Records and the so-called "East Bay Sound."
The Matches were an American rock band from Oakland, California, active from 1997 to 2009. Formed as the Locals, the group changed their name after five years to avoid conflict with a Chicago band of the same name. As the Matches, they self-released their debut album E. Von Dahl Killed the Locals in 2003, then signed to Epitaph Records who re-released it the following year. Decomposer followed in 2006, seeing the band move from their pop punk roots in a more idiosyncratic direction with contributions from nine different record producers; it reached no. 18 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart. With their third album, A Band in Hope (2008), their sound became even more heavily layered and experimental; it was their only release to chart on the Billboard 200, reaching no. 179.
Life on a Plate is the second album by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released on 11 October 1995 by Burning Heart Records. It reached No. 4 on the Swedish music charts upon its release and was certified gold in sales in 2002 after selling over 50,000 copies in Sweden. Swedish magazine Slitz also named its cover art, created by band member Erik Ohlsson, as the "Album Cover of the Year" for 1995. Life on a Plate was re-released in the United States the following year by Epitaph Records on 26 March 1996.
Pennybridge Pioneers is the fourth album by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released on 22 February 2000 by Epitaph Records. The album was their first album to move away from their ska punk elements in favor of a more alternative rock sound. It was also the band's first album recorded outside their native country of Sweden, and their first to be certified gold in sales after selling over 35,000 copies in Australia.
Same Old Tunes is the debut album by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released on 28 October 1994 in Sweden by Burning Heart Records under the original title Tiny Tunes.
"Da Strike" is a song by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Tiny Tunes. It was released as a single on 16 December 1994 by Burning Heart Records, including two B-sides from the album's recording sessions, "Softworld" and "Niap", along with a live recording of "Shake Me". "Niap" is a re-recording of the song "Pain" from the band's first EP Use Your Nose. "Softworld" reappeared on the band's next album Life on a Plate, while "Niap" and the live version of "Shake Me" were re-released in 1999 on the compilation album The Melancholy Collection. An accompanying music video for "Da Strike" was also filmed and released. "Da Strike" also appeared in the game ESPN X Games Pro Boarder for the PS1.
Converge is an American hardcore punk band formed by vocalist Jacob Bannon and guitarist Kurt Ballou in Salem, Massachusetts in 1990. During the recording of their seminal fourth album Jane Doe, the group became a four-piece with the departure of guitarist Aaron Dalbec and the addition of bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller. This lineup has remained intact since. They have released nine studio albums, three live albums, and numerous EPs. The band's sound is rooted in both hardcore punk and heavy metal, and they are considered pioneers of metalcore as well as its subgenre mathcore.
"Penguins & Polarbears" is a song by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Pennybridge Pioneers. It was released as a single on 24 January 2000 by Burning Heart Records, including two B-sides from the album's recording sessions, "Queen's Gambit" and "Dinner Dog". An accompanying music video for "Penguins & Polarbears" was also filmed and released. In Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2000 the song was number 41, and was also released on disc 2 for the CD release.
"Lozin' Must" is a song by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album For Monkeys. It was released as a single on 6 April 1997 by Burning Heart Records and Epitaph Records, including two B-sides from the album's recording sessions, "Israelites" and "Vixen". These two tracks were re-released in 1999 on the compilation album The Melancholy Collection. The U.S. version of "Lozin' Must" released by Epitaph also includes a remix of "The Story of My Life", a song from the album Life on a Plate which had previously been released as a single. An accompanying music video for "Lozin' Must" was also filmed and released.
Millencolin and the Hi-8 Adventures is a video by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released on 23 November 1999 in VHS format by Burning Heart Records. The 74-minute home video was created by guitarist Erik Ohlsson during the course of the band's international tours.
"Kemp" is a song by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Home from Home. It was released as a single on 18 February 2002, by Burning Heart Records, including two B-sides from the album's recording sessions, "The Downhill Walk" and "Absolute Zero". An accompanying music video for "Kemp" was also filmed and released.
The Melancholy Connection is a compilation album with a bonus DVD by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin, released in 2012. It follows up The Melancholy Collection which also contained rare and unreleased tracks. The DVD features a documentary that looks inside the making of Pennybridge Pioneers, with archival footage of the band and Bad Religion/Epitaph founder Brett Gurewitz who produced Pennybridge Pioneers and played acoustic guitar on "The Ballad".
True Brew is the eighth studio album by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin. It was first released on 22 April 2015. Stylistically, True Brew returns to the faster punk rock sound of Millencolin's 90's releases and marks a departure from the more alternative rock driven sound that dominated the albums since Pennybridge Pioneers. Unlike past releases, the album is more political in tone, evident in songs such as Sense & Sensibility which condemns the rise of right-wing populist parties in many countries of Europe.
This is a comprehensive discography of Millencolin, a Swedish punk rock band. The band rose to popularity in 2000 with their album Pennybridge Pioneers. The band has released 9 studio albums, 2 compilation albums, 6 EP's, and tons of singles.
"Fox" is a song by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Pennybridge Pioneers. It was released as a single on 5 June 2000 by Burning Heart Records, including an early version of Kemp with different lyrics and two live songs were recorded at the Hi-Fi bar in Melbourne, Australia, on 15 February 2000.