Their audience is usually a highly dedicated fan base that acts riotous during the shows by starting up mosh pits and crowd surfing all over the venue. Their instrumentation is very straight forward consisting of guitars, bass, drums, and a vocalist that belts out the lyrics in an aggressive tone. Johansson and Stefan Neuman announced to the rest of the band that they intended to quit the band. In 1999, Sunvisson left No Fun at All. After a show offer in the Spring of 2004, the band found that enjoyment and love again for playing live that had been lost whilst relentlessly touring throughout the 90s. Their lyrics follow in the same vein as the classic punk mentality, conveying desires of never wanting to grow up, teenage angst, and rebellion against authority.
The group initially consisted of Mikael Danielsson, Henrik Sunvisson and Jimmy Olsson. At the reunion show at the Groezrock Festival, No Fun at All announced that they would bring out a new album in the fall of 2008 through their own label Beat 'Em Down Records. In 1999, Sunvisson left No Fun at All. As of May 2013, however, the band is active again and will be touring Australia in November of that year with Boysetsfire, Off with Their Heads and Jughead's Revenge. Now solidified, new members Stefan Bratt the obvious choice as a new bass player, his band Atlas Losing Grip had just broken up.
At the reunion show at the Festival, No Fun at All announced that they would bring out a new album in the fall of 2008 through their own label. Since 2004, No Fun at All has performed some reunion gigs. They usually play small punk clubs to enthused audiences. On November 11, 2001, after ten years together and over 250,000 album sales worldwide, No Fun at All decided to quits. Having formed in 1991, No Fun At All quickly became one of the torchbearers of European punk rock. The group released their albums on the Swedish label Burning Heart Records outside the United States.
Alongside the record announcement, the band have shared the video for lead single 'Spirit' - Their first new material since 2009. No Fun At All follows the punk motto of doing things simple. . On April 19, 2012 the Millencolin Festival announced that No Fun At All canceled their show at the festival due to their disbandment. The band formed in the summer of 1991 in Skinnskatteberg.
No Fun At All is still as wired as ever, jumping around all over stage and rocking out to every one of their songs. Chris was playing in a few projects at the time and recruited Chad to complete the band as it presently constituted. No Fun at All Tour Dates 2018, 2019 No Fun at All concert tickets are on sale. Swedish punk rock legends, No Fun At All are back and have today announced their new 12-track album, Grit, to be released on April 13th 2018 through Bird Attack Records. No Fun At All has elements of hardcore punk that is fast paced and in your face, but they also convey elements of melodic rock with catchy guitar riffs and upbeat tempos. On April 19, 2012 the Festival announced that No Fun At All canceled their show at the festival due to their disbandment.
The group initially consisted of Mikael Danielsson , Jimmie Olsson , and Henrik Sunvisson. As of May 2013, however, the band is active again and will be touring Australia in November of that year with , and. Following the release of 1994's No Straight Angels, the band found themselves headlining stages all over the world. Through until 2001, they continued to tour all over the world in support of 1995's Out Of Bounds, 1997's The Big Knockover and 2000's State Of Flow records, before calling it a day on the band. Danielsson switched from guitar to bass guitar and Stefan Neuman, from , took up the vacant guitar slot.
Danielsson switched from guitar to bass guitar and Stefan Neuman, from Tribulation, took up the vacant guitar slot. The band is loads of fun to see live and their high energy punk rock performance is delivered with jolts of exhilaration. In the fall of 2016, Christer Mähl ex. The band formed in the summer of 1991 in. No Fun at All then recruited three new members in Ingemar Jansson, Krister Johansson and Kjell Ramstedt.
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Following a band meeting in a Vienna restaurant, they decided that it was the time to step it up once again. If you are looking for an epic punk show that will pack a punch, then No Fun At All will not disappoint. In 1993, Jimmy Olsson left the band to concentrate on his other band Sober. You can find the list of No Fun at All tour dates here. Alongside a number of shows and festivals throughout the summer and fall of 2017 the band put together the new 12 tracks and hit the studio with Mathias Farm from Millencolin as co-producer in his wonderful Soundlab Studio.