It was time to clean up the site a little bit, so here’s the new look of Rebolt.no. What’s the important thing for a site like ours? Yes, the info. I think you’ll find it easier now. But we will work on it some more, so keep coming back!
Online streaming service Spotify has finally released our original “Made In Spite EP” from 2006 today. Unfortunately only those living in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Spain, France and the UK can use Spotify at this moment. The US are planned to get it by the end of the year.
You can listen to the EP by following this link (please share!).
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The bonus edition of the EP is now also available at Bandcamp for free download and different good quality versions for a minimum of $5.
Go check it out!
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You find us here or just use the easy addresse, band.to/rebolt.
“Bad Boy (For You)” was played on norwegian national radio, NRK P3, on the great show “Pyro“, on April 7th. Strangely enough they confused the song with “Lemmy’s Heart”, as they were playing songs about real persons. But who cares! You can hear the song in the last hour of the show through this podcast-link (Tuesday, April 7th).
Do you remember this one? 🙂
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A tribute to classic rock
“In spite of playing late at night and on a venue not too close to the festival area, many had found their way to Smuget to see rockers Rebolt. The band are solid performers of classic rock with the focus on great riffs, big bass, dynamic drumming and most of all singalong choruses where in particular the songs High Road Down and My Generator get stuck in your head. Vocalist Frode Jørum is a born frontman with his energetic stage presence that easily wins over the audience. A sweaty concert concludes with Lemmy’s Heart, a tribute to Motörheads famous frontman. Rebolt are a rock’n’roll band that’s got it all and deserves to be known to a bigger audience.”
Kristoffer Mosfjeld, Musiq.no