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Nisrefet

Nisrefet

Nisrefet


Nisrefet ('Her Burning') started in the summer of 1992 after Avi Pitchon (ex Noon Mem) posted a note looking to join/start a new band, in Tel-Aviv's famous record shop The Third Ear. He was contacted by guitarist Yariv Perlmuter, bassist Eran Weinstein and drummer Ophir Spak and so Nisrefet started, playing its first gig in support of Plastic Venus. The band played many gigs with punk and hardcore bands although its sound was a melodic, metal-tinged 'stadium noise'. Read more on Last.fm
Nisrefet ('Her Burning') started in the summer of 1992 after Avi Pitchon (ex Noon Mem) posted a note looking to join/start a new band, in Tel-Aviv's famous record shop The Third Ear. He was contacted by guitarist Yariv Perlmuter, bassist Eran Weinstein and drummer Ophir Spak and so Nisrefet started, playing its first gig in support of Plastic Venus. The band played many gigs with punk and hardcore bands although its sound was a melodic, metal-tinged 'stadium noise'. In 1998 the band released its debut and only album, 'Loss Rock for the Tame and Unconscious' appropriately on the Third Ear's record label Earsay (the title on the label's website shorthanded to 'Deprivation Rock').

Nisrefet also contributed a specially commissioned track to Ariella Azoulay's film 'A Sign from Heaven' and disbanded shortly thereafter. An additional Nisrefet track appears on the Autonomous Zone compilation that accompanied the 'It's All Lies' book (2002). Both albums are sold out but available at http://giorasftp.blogspot.com/2010/07/nisrefet-her-burning-deprivation-rock.html and http://giorasftp.blogspot.com/2010/07/its-all-lies-va-autonomous-zone-cd.html respectively 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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