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Nocreeps

Nocreeps

Nocreeps


The band nocreeps was founded in the year 2000 in Rosenfeld (Germany). Starting off with just three members (Manuel Hafner/guitar, vocals; Micha Völkle/drums; Matthias Etter/Keys), they tried to get some first impressions of the scene. Soon two other musicians joined them: Benjamin Schubert (guitar) and Boris Müller (bass). At the beginning, the band members’ average age being just a little higher than 15, they dabbled in cover rock. Playing songs from Metallica and Nirvana, they managed to win their first fans. Read more on Last.fm
The band nocreeps was founded in the year 2000 in Rosenfeld (Germany). Starting off with just three members (Manuel Hafner/guitar, vocals; Micha Völkle/drums; Matthias Etter/Keys), they tried to get some first impressions of the scene. Soon two other musicians joined them: Benjamin Schubert (guitar) and Boris Müller (bass). At the beginning, the band members’ average age being just a little higher than 15, they dabbled in cover rock. Playing songs from Metallica and Nirvana, they managed to win their first fans.

Although they were successful, they decided not to keep playing cover songs, but to try some original compositions for the first time. They just could not hold back their ideas for their songs. By doing many demo-recordings and taking part in many newcomer-contests, they reached more and more people. `Break of Dawn´, their first professional album, was recorded in 2002.

It contained four of their own tracks of that time. In the aftermath they got to play several attractive gigs (e.g. support band of Ektomorf, The Wohlstandskinder, End of Green) and even organized some of their own concerts. But at this point, they had to suffer a setback on their way up. Benjamin Schubert left the band due to his job plans. But luckily, it took them less than one week to present Bodo Staudacher as new lead-guitarist.

He fit in great! Together they kept on going for their big goal: a new album. With the money they had made from their concerts they were able to record `Time to Differ’ in March and April 2005. It showed how much they had improved technically over the past three years and that they played together much better. 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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