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In The Fumes + Stream City @High Voltage

Solid kick-ass performance from two bands that know what they’re doing. Last weekend I had the pleasure of checking out Violmace on High Voltage, and guitar virtuos Nickie Jensen invited me to check out his other band, In The Fumes, in which he plays bass. But first, let’s talk about the support. Stream City [foogallery id=”6142″] The support act plays Irish folk-punk-rock, ala Dropkick Murpheys, but mix in classic metal… Keep Reading

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Violmace + A Man From Jupiter, High Voltage

Grungy feel with balls from Violmace in my favorite rock club – 22. July 2016. A Man From Jupiter The young quartet from Denmark is clearly inspired by the Danish band Mew, which they proudly confessed to after the show. Both vocally and tonality, they hit those high and light voices and soft guitars, spiced up with synths. Lyric-wise we are served with darker and more elaborate songs than the inspiration,… Keep Reading

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Strawberry Slaughterhouse, High Voltage

Strawberry Slaughterhouse came out in the mid-90’s, when the grunge wave was at its highest. Cobain had just passed away, and Denmark saw the dawn of iconic bands like Dizzy Mizz Lizzy, Psyked Up Janis, and Strawberry Slaughterhouse. The Straws debuted with their 1994 album “Teenage Torturechamber” followed up by the 1997 release “Suck – And The Art of Surviving Suburbia” and because of how times were back then, everyone… Keep Reading

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