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MULTIBALL

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Gregor – vocal, guitar | Jan – drums | Goran – guitar | Matej – bass

Formed in 2001, Multiball have played more than a 100 shows through-out Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Italy and Croatia in only two years and released their debut album »At last!« in 2004. After a few changes in the lineup, the current lineup is together since the fall of 2004. It includes Gregor on guitar and vocals, Jan on drums, Enzo on bass guitar and Goran on guitar. After their debut album, the band found themselves on the road again playing and supporting bands like the Beatsteaks, Strung out, Good Riddance…

In the summer of 2005, the band went in the studio, recording a more mature sounding second album »Endless Journey«, which is a concept album with a wide ranging slew of songs. It came out on Cela Pametna Založba in Slovenia and on Indelirium records in Italy.The band was featured in the June 2006 issue of Metal Hammer magazine in the Incoming section and has played a live show on the Slovenian national radio station. Once again, the release of the record was followed by more shows and a tour of Slovenia together with labelmates Leaf-Fat.
In 2007 the band took part in the Punk Is Dead tour together with bands like Vanilla Sky, 3 Feet Smaller and Guadalajara, also bringing the otherwise Austrian tour to Slovenia. At this time, the band also became a member of the Arcadia agency from Vienna. In the summer of 2007, the band played a great deal of festivals all over Austria, Germany and Slovenia, among them the Two days a week festival in Wiesen, supporting the likes of Turbonegro, Dinosaur Jr., and the Draft. Since december 2007, the band is hard at work on their upcoming third record “The days that follow”, which is slated for release in the february of 2009 and they are not playing as much as in the past year.

But eventhough they are busy, they had one remarkable appearance in 2008. In June they supported punk rock favorites Bad Religion.

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