VIOLENCE: Melancholic Post-Punk band release debut album in March

Combining the dream tones of the 80s with the sound of rock music  
VIOLENCE release debut album in March 

VIOLENCE combines the dreamy tones of the ’80s and the sound of modern rock music in its biggest format.

Violence’s sonic terrain is forged of melancholic- and transcending tones. The weightless universe draws multiple parallels to The Cure’s “Disintegration”-era and Slowdive, understood and conveyed into a newly interpreted and up-to-date context. The major-scale tones and airtight production (Chris Kreutzfeldt ― Møl/Cabal/Siamese), will besides that create associations to pompous stadium rock bands like The 1975 and Bring Me The Horizon. As yet another spice in the musical cocktail, Violence will add a dash of wildness and carelessness often found in the punk genre. Punk has had enormous importance for the band ― that with more than one hundred European concerts, (including sold-out danish concerts; VEGA, Pumpehuset etc.) ― would categorize themselves as experienced in the underground music environment without blinking. The members were known as the hardcore punk band Woes back then ― a band that has since been shelved in search of a sound that resonates more with the visions of the members.

“Area Sub Rosa” will be released on LP (limited to 300 units) and digital formats by Last Mile Records on March 4th, 2022. Pre-orders are available here: VIOLENCE – Area Sub Rosa (LP) (white) – TargetShop

Line-up:
Christoffer Sylvest – vocals
Nicholas Meents – guitar, vocals
Tom Bayer – bass/synth
Simon Bundgård – synth
Victor Ghaznawi – drums (live)

“Area Sub Rosa” tracklist:
Side A:
ONo
Rendezvous (Not I /We)
Atlas Of CC
Sofiya 359
Haven Fora (30/86K)

Side B:
133, Concrete
Youlogy
Honey

Pre-order:
VIOLENCE – Area Sub Rosa (LP) (white) – TargetShop

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