RONG KONG KOMA sind ein Quartett aus Berlin. Zusammengefunden aus alten Freunden der Bands Diving For Sunken Treasure, Huck Blues, Fyfan Hästar und Skatechords. Es war Zeit für einen Umbruch, eine neue Liebe, eine neue Gang! Es war Zeit für RONG KONG KOMA!
Long-running SoCal punk band face to face released a live album back in 1998, when the group was only seven years old and had a trio of full-lengths to its name. Two decades, six studio albums, and roughly a million shows later, it’s high time face to face recapture their ferocious live performances on an album and remind everyone why they’re icons.
The ninth edition of Fat Wreck Chords’ Live in a Dive 10-18-2019 captures face to face blasting through 12 songs from their storied career in 39 minutes.
This 5-headed gang was founded in Duisburg, Germany and still cook up their shit in the heart of it. Combining funky and groovy riffs with hard and pissed-off stomps. Slope created their own style of writing songs. No obstacles, no limits. Just doing it the way they want it to be.
Die Moving Targets wurden in Boston / USA, Anfang der 80er Jahre in den Hochzeiten der Hardcore- Punk-Szene gegründet, ebneten aber spätestens mit dem Erscheinen ihres Albums "Burning in Water" auf Taang Records ihren eigenen Weg. Fans solcher Bands wie Hüsker Dü, Mission of Burma, Buffalo Tom, The Replacements, The Lemonheads und Bullet Lavolta. Bei den legendären Bullet Lavolta war Kenny Chambers ebenfalls tätig.
Hailing from Oslo Norway and inspired by coldest place on earth, Siberia, SIBIIR are a blackened-hardcore quintet who revel in darkness and misery to create their uniquely spine-chilling sound. Summoning up the band’s collective influences of black, death, technical, thrash and hardcore, SIBIIR turned heads across with world with their self-titled debut, which Metal Hammer UK described as ‘an explosive, eclectic and exciting listen’.
On second album Ropes the band continue to focus on harrowing soundscapes but also take their sound into more experimental territory. They explain:
"On this record we wanted to explore the diversity in the riffs. We worked on utilizing the different parts in different ways, instead of cramming sh*tloads of ideas into one song. We've been focusing more on the dynamics, not only on each track, but also of the album as a whole.”