Please tell us about the history of your band and its members.
In the beginning it was me and Christoffer that during the summer of 2010 decided to write as many shitty songs as we could, without keeping to a certain genre. Some of these songs turned out to be not so shitty and all landed with at least one foot somewhere in the thrash/groove region, so we decided to start a band, which was formed just like most other bands. 
How would you describe your style? Which bands influenced your music? 
Our style is like a mix of a little bit of everything, with thrash/groove metal as some sort of basis. We're influenced by bands like Pantera, Devin Townsend, Sepultura and Meshuggah.   
Why should a metalhead buy your demos/albums? 
If you're into a mix of old-school thrash and modern metal, this is a progressive record that you'll like.   
What have you released so far and how were your releases received by the public/media?
We released the promo cd "Ignition" during 2011, which received good criticism. This is our first full-length release,    
Do you play live as well? How's your live activity so far?
We've done shows across Sweden, including festival gigs at House of Metal in Umeå and Rock Out Wild in Sorsele. Recording, mixing and mastering the album took longer than expected, so now with the record out, we're stoked to get on the road again!  
What plans do you have for the near future as a band? 
We're looking to get out and play live as much as possible. We're also currently recording a new music video. We're hoping to be able to get out and play as much as possible! We're also currently working on a new music video with Erik Engbo, who produced our first two music videos for "Confronted" and "Scary Monsters".  
Where can we listen to your band and where can we buy your stuff?
We're available on all the major digital platforms. In the future, we're looking to print some vinyl as well!
If you would like to check out our band, please find out by using the following platforms:
Promotional site for the new album "Ignition”, can be found here:

October 2013