Monday, 22 December 2014

SATANIC SURFERS





















































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"Hero of our time"
Year:  1995
Country:  Sweden
City:  Lund
Label:  Burning Heart rec.
Format:  CD
Tracks:  13
Time:   30 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:     Pop     Punk     Hardcore

































First off, some history: SATANIC SURFERS played a major part in the Swedish melodic punk explosion that took place in 1995. Combining strong melodies and fast paced punk with both personal and political lyrics, the band soon reached audiences all over the world. Early influences include bands such as SNFU, RKL and The Misfits. The band was originally founded by Rodrigo and Erik in high school back in 1989 in Lund, Sweden. After having gone through the usual line-up changes during its formative years, their debut EP “Skate to Hell” was recorded in ‘93. After doing the first two pressings by themselves and selling more than 1,000 copies in a couple of months, the EP was re-released by Bad Taste Records in August ‘94, as the first Bad Taste release ever! However, by this time Burning Heart Records had shown interest in the band and the second EP “Keep Out” was released on BHR in September the same year. SATANIC SURFERS released three consecutive albums on Burning Heart Records between ’95 and ’99: “Hero of our Time”, “666 Motor Inn” and “Going Nowhere Fast”, with “Hero of our Time” being their most successful release to date reaching 60,000 plus sales. This was during the golden years of melodic punkrock and the band did numerous successful tours in Europe, Canada and Australia with bands like Millencolin, Lag Wagon, Good Riddance and SNFU. Their extensive touring paid off and they soon had a strong following of loyal fans wherever they went, making them one of the biggest punk-rock bands to come out of Sweden at that time.
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