Advance ticket price till 25 January 2019
Yes, No Fun At All has been reunited and will first appear in Budapest! One of the key bands of the 1960s skatepunk-punkrock world, after ten years of despair, released its new album in April, and has a tour for the album. The Grit is like the Swedish brigade would never stopped. Swift, spinning, and best of all: not stall or nostalgic. So it is not worth making nostalgic preparations on January 26 at A38, since No Fun At All is as fresh and alive as ever! Their support will be Poison Alley.
The Swedish hardcore band No Fun at All formed in the small town of Skinnskatteberg during the summer of 1991; led by songwriter/guitarist Mikael Danielsson, the original lineup also included singer/drummer Jimmie Ohlsson and bassist Henrik Sunvisson. After completing the group's 1993 debut, Vision, Ohlsson exited to focus his full energies on his other band, Sober; with new frontman Ingemar Jansson, lead guitarist Krister Johansson, and drummer Kjell Ramstedt, No Fun at All returned in 1994 with No Straight Angles, followed a year later by Out of Bounds. In the wake of 1997's The Big Knockover, Sunvisson quit the group, with Danielsson assuming bass duties; new second guitarist Stefan Neuman was installed in time for 1999's Live in Tokyo. State of Flow followed in 2000, but it proved to be the band's final studio album. In 2003, NFAA's Swedish label, Burning Heart, united with American punk stalwart Epitaph to release Master Celebrations, a fan-picked 24-track retrospective spanning the band's career.