Two bonenbreaking, pure and honest, maximal energy bands will fill with energy the lucky ones on this flaming night.
The Trousers is a garage rock/hard rock band from Budapest, Hungary. Their main influences are 60s-70’s rock and roll (Thhe Rolling Stones, Iggy & The Stooges, Led Zeppelin) and contemporary rockbands like Hellacopters or BRMC. They released their first album (Planetary process) in 2008, and they had a No 1 hit on hungarian national radió, which was also released int he US and France. The second LP, Soul machine came out in 2010, and it was nominated for best hard rock album of the year in their countrz, and they also had an offer from CBS’ Hawaii 5.0 for a song. The third album, Freakbeat is coming out this spring, and they say it will be their strongest.
In the past 5 years TheTrousers played in Denmark (Gutter City Garage Rock Festival), Germany (Melt! Festival), Belgium (Botanique Club), Austria, Czeh Republic, and Romania.
Zoltan Kovary (Dr Buffalo) – vocals, guitar;
Peter Locke – guitar; Adam Ilias – Bass; Zoltan
Cs. Szabo (Chase E.) – drums.
Zsolt Derecskei – Keyboards;
Rita Csányi – backing vocals.
Dive insane (EP, 2007);
Planetary process (LP, 2008);
Soul machine (LP, 2010);
Sister Sludge (EP, 2012);
Freakbeat (LP, 2013)
One of the most promising domestic bands of hard rock, Ozone Mama, is turning to the world: an up-to-date international career is now being strengthened by an American publisher. The first achievement of their collaboration, Cosmos Calling, will be first heard by the audience at the A38 Ship. The album, which will be released in January, will have a pre-order in December, and their first ever Hungarian songs will be available for fans at this concert.
You can listen to the new record, High Ride (radio edit) here.
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