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2010 debut from the Swedish Punk band. Do you enjoy Rise Against, NoFx, Bad Religion, Billy Talent and Alkaline Trio? And do you miss what Green Day, Millencolin, Blink 182 and Sum41 used to be? Still listen to those great, Swedish Punk acts of the '90s? Then I All Hast definitely is for you. Playing show after show across Sweden and Denmark and at numerous festivals, the support that built up in front of the stage and online confirmed what Trevolt already new: A lot of people had been waiting for a new band playing fast, melodic Punk Rock with enough originality to last and a sense for the genre that does not make them seem synthetic.
2010 debut from the Swedish Punk band. Do you enjoy Rise Against, NoFx, Bad Religion, Billy Talent and Alkaline Trio? And do you miss what Green Day, Millencolin, Blink 182 and Sum41 used to be? Still listen to those great, Swedish Punk acts of the '90s? Then I All Hast definitely is for you. Playing show after show across Sweden and Denmark and at numerous festivals, the support that built up in front of the stage and online confirmed what Trevolt already new: A lot of people had been waiting for a new band playing fast, melodic Punk Rock with enough originality to last and a sense for the genre that does not make them seem synthetic.
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Format: CD
Label: HPT
Catalog: 367164
Rel. Date: 01/09/2014
UPC: 7350010770473

I All Hast
Artist: Trevolt
Format: CD
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2010 debut from the Swedish Punk band. Do you enjoy Rise Against, NoFx, Bad Religion, Billy Talent and Alkaline Trio? And do you miss what Green Day, Millencolin, Blink 182 and Sum41 used to be? Still listen to those great, Swedish Punk acts of the '90s? Then I All Hast definitely is for you. Playing show after show across Sweden and Denmark and at numerous festivals, the support that built up in front of the stage and online confirmed what Trevolt already new: A lot of people had been waiting for a new band playing fast, melodic Punk Rock with enough originality to last and a sense for the genre that does not make them seem synthetic.

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