Freitag , 20. April
Bambix (NL) / Statues On Fire (BRA)Punkrock/ Melodic Hardcore
Bambix is a band based in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, although some members might be German, might even come from Cologne. Since they are considered to be a punk-band, this does not matter. Borders and styles are to be crossed here easily. Back and forth. What is important is that they have created their own style in which melody walks hand in hand with a kicking back power force. Always catchy and edgy. Known for Wick Bambix's 2 vocal chords. One chord is the soothing one, the other one cuts deep.
Bambix has played shows for over 15 years, releasing 7 cd's of which the latest The Storytailor was released on Rookie Records. They tasted 20.875 different brands of beer whilst touring all over the world. 5 Brasil tours, Argentina, USA, and umptienth times all over Europe. Toured with great bands like Bad Religion or GBH, and played with shitbands like Korn. Whilst on the road we played and danced with Good Riddance, slept with Terrorgruppe, and talked about the 90's with Jawbreaker and Fugazi. Played big festivals and tiny toilet size bars. Which we love just the same.
With a Brasilian label, a Japanese release, a German label, a fabulous Brasilian following (ducarai!), we, Wick Bambix guitar/vocs, ex-Wohlstandskind rockstar Caddy on drums and Burn He-Man on bass: .... We are 3 unlimited. Bambix. No rule is the first rule! oi!
STATUES ON FIRE,released in August 2016 their new album called “No Tomorrow”, the band was formed in 2013 in São Paulo Brazil, punkrock, melodic hardcore style of music.
With only 4 years old, Statues On Fire already have done 3 European tours and are ready to hit the road again in April 2018, touring together mostly with Radio Havanna from Berlin. Since they released the first record they were considered one of the best Brazilian band of all times.
In Europe, Rookie Records released their 2 albums, Phoenix and No Tomorrow, They also have their Albums released and distributed in USA and Japan.
Einlass: 20h; Beginn: 21.30h, Eintritt: 10€