together with K2B in Jena, Rosenkeller), but just after a short time the band split up and disappeared for quite a while. Almost one year passed untill the new line-up was found, marking the new era of the band. The band came up with the new name Hainloose, taking the new spirit and putting it into new material, which suddenly sounded even more powerfull and raw. While still sticking to the stoner sound, the band opened borders for some new impulses, brought in by the musical taste of the new members (Motorpsycho, Pothead, Depeche Mode, Soundgarden, AC/DC, Stray Cats, Stevie Ray Vaughan etc.). All these different influences resulted into a typical Hainloose sound, based on groovy, 70..s influenced riffs carrying big portions of blues and southern rock feeling which along with the very recognizable vocals make the band unique. 2003 the time was right for the band..s first full-length release Rosula.
Around the same time, a new label was founded in Munich by a good friend (Stefan Koglek, guitarist and singer of the band Colour Haze), and the album was released on Elektrohasch Records. The album quite suprised the scene and got lots of positive feedback which helped the band get opportunity to play some bigger gigs (several open airs, tour with Los Natas through Europe, Tour with Label mates UGH! etc.). During the autumn 2005, the band started working on a new material. By the end of the year everything was ready for the band to hit the studio in order to record Rosula..s follow-up-Burden State. After six months of production, the album again got released on Munichs Label ELEKTROHASCH Records at June 2006.
With the second album the band definitely gained recognition in the stoner scene which opened doors to play on this years.. StonedFromTheUnderground festival in Erfurt, which is considered to be the biggest stoner festival in Germany. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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