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Her Ethic

Her Ethic

Her Ethic


Her Ethic is a DIY experimental post-industrial, electro-rock and gothsploitation band from Norway. They formed June 6, 2006, in an abandoned wearhouse across the street from Union Scene, Drammen. Up to this point, the core of the band Fredrik Falk and Stian Wold had been members of a six-piece alt.rock-band, called Zoroaster, which split right before the initiation of the New Order of Her Ethic. They have used a number of different musicians for short amounts of time. Read more on Last.fm
Her Ethic is a DIY experimental post-industrial, electro-rock and gothsploitation band from Norway. They formed June 6, 2006, in an abandoned wearhouse across the street from Union Scene, Drammen. Up to this point, the core of the band Fredrik Falk and Stian Wold had been members of a six-piece alt.rock-band, called Zoroaster, which split right before the initiation of the New Order of Her Ethic. They have used a number of different musicians for short amounts of time.

Her Ethic live band is especially prone to change, due to their wide variety of genres and ways of performing. Contributiors have included Lasse Kornmo, Nikolai Vikene, Jami Heikkinen, Thomas Svendsen, Sondre Baltzersen, Christina Sandsengen, and Thomas Sømme. As of 2011, the band is inactive. Their albums can be downloaded for free through Bandcamp (320 kbit mp3) and Jamendo (256 kbit mp3). Discography: 2008: The Overwhelming Unnecessity of Everything 2009: ROADKILL (The Asclepius EP) Skyclad Spoiler Warning: YOU DIE 2010: The Machine / neXus (single) Read more on Last.fm.

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