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2011-11-23 11:30:50 UTC

Kristinehamn, Sweden [ 2006 – present ] Oh Hiroshima is an indie rock / post-rock band formed in Kristinehamn, Sweden by Leif Eliasson and Jakob Nilsson. Leif and Jakob met in high school and quickly formed a friendship. Both of them were playing in different bands at the time, but Leif had been working on a post-rock solo project.

Since Jakob also was a fan of the post-rock genre, they decided to give it a try together, and Oh Hiroshima was formed in 2006. In the summer of 2009 they released their first EP, ‘Empty Places Full of Memories’, and in the spring of 2010 they released their second EP ‘Tomorrow’.

The band consists of:

Leif Eliasson - Guitar, drums and synth. Oskar Nilsson - Bass. Joakim Henriksson - Drums. Jakob Nilsson - Guitar, vocals, piano and synth.

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I'm sure most of us would have seen this new album on few other blogs out there, if not well here it is... New album / new tracks by [ Oh Hiroshima ] FINALLY it's here. The entire album can be stream on SoundCloud and FaceBook and of course also available as FREE download but to tell you the truth I wouldn't worry too much about [ streaming ] though. It's [ Oh Hiroshima ] you simply need to get on your hard drive and by that I mean ALL TITLES ever recorded by them.

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Artist - Oh Hiroshima Album - Resistance Is Futile [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Experimental, Post-rock, Post-metal [ ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL ] Tracklist 01 This is not the end 02 Insignificant numbers 03 The fog of war 04 What once was 05 Catch-22 06 Richard D. Anderson 07 Waves 08 Capitalistic cataclysm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oh Hiroshima - Resistance Is Futile -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What Once Was by Oh Hiroshima -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Oh Hiroshima Album - Tomorrow [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2010 Genre - Experimental, Post-rock, Post-metal [ DO NOT SKIP ] Tracklist 1. Awakening 2. Hopes 3. Dreams 4. Rest -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oh Hiroshima - Tomorrow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- oh_hiroshima_front Artist - Oh Hiroshima Album - Empty Places Full of Memories [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2009 Genre - Experimental, Post-rock, Post-metal [ DO NOT SKIP ] Tracklist 01 - Deus Ex Machine 02 - The Vast Nothingness 03 - Sigh And Explode 04 - Rabid Glow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oh Hiroshima - Empty Places Full of Memories Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Tokyo2005 ~ Yeti Island ~ Apse ~ Echoes ~ Crippled Black Phoenix --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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