“We come from the land of ice and snow…” Based in Reykjavik Iceland Brain Police is fueled by a desire to play dirty, kick ass rock and roll; BP honed their skills and began assaulting the local touring circuit. Brain Police took to the road and watched their fan-base grow as they established respect in every town across Iceland. The band has been touring since 1998 in Iceland and has released 4 studio albums,in 2005 they embarked on their first mini tour outside of Iceland.
In 2007 BP signed with Detroit`s finest Small Stone Records.
Radio hits in Icelandic national radio,songs that reached to number one: Jacuzzi Suzy, Rocket Fuel and Taste the Flower from “Brain Police” Coed Fever and Mr. Dolly from “Electric Fungus” Rooster Booster, The Baron and Thunderbird From “Beyond the Wasteland”.
A super group of the stoner rock scene, Greenleaf was formed sometime in late 1999/early 2000 by guitarist Tommi Holappa (Dozer), drummer Daniel Liden (Demon Cleaner and the drummer on Dozer’s Through the Eyes of Heathens and currently in And The Machine Said Behold!), and engineer/ bassist Bengt Bäcke. Featuring a revolving cast of fellow musicians who share a love of heavy fuzz rock, including Fredrik Nordin (Dozer), Daniel Jansson (Stonewall Noise Orchestra), and Peder Bergstrand (Lowrider), Greenleaf has consistently defined what rock ‘n’ roll was, is, and should be.
Psychedelic at times, or rocking garage style, like MC5… Slight hint of the doom/blues here and there. A good mix for sure.
The Graviators was formed deep in the woods of southern Sweden in 2009, with a vision to write and record music inspired by the sounds of the great rock ‘n’ roll groups of the 70’s. With a mix of heavy, yet melodic riffs, that will take you on a trip back in time, when bands like Black Sabbath and Pentagram took heavy rock to new heights, The Graviators caught the ear of Swedish label Transubstans who signed them in early 2009. On December 11th, The Graviators self titled debut hit the stores.
In December 2010 they had the great honor of supporting the American doom legends Saint Vitus on their European tour, which took the bands through eight countries.
At the end of 2011 The Graviators were approached by Austrian record label Napalm Records, who signed the band to a wordwide record deal. The Graviators will release the second album in the fall of 2012 on Napalm Records.