Once upon a time, one of the founding fathers of Rock had a passionate love affair with a slutty mistress. Their offspring resulted in an overactive and schizophrenic love baby called Unamused. Many years of touching ground with just about any musical genre that involves distorted guitars, heart-raising bass interludes and the occasional double-kick fill shows that histories' rock cliche's still have not gone out of style.
Long Nights //
Following up on their 2011 release of the “Sex 'n Anger” demo, the band from Groningen (NL) recently polluted the airwaves with their latest album “Long Nights”. The record includes nine freshly groomed tracks that show striking similarities with a church choir performing a heavily de-tuned rock-opera while being charged by an angry mob of Maiden fans (guitar solo's included).
Unamused likes to take the stage with youthful enthusiasm and tireless energy, lifting the traditional barriers between rock and metal. This musical recital is combined with carefully rehearsed pieces of choreography that are meant to compensate for their lack of dancing skills, thus designed to enhance their “stage presence”. Previous Unamused gigs took place at the Gideon Festival, Vera, Simplon and many other smoke-filled bars across the Netherlands.
The release of "Long Nights" marks the beginning of a new milestone in the band's history. Unamused wants to celebrate this event by bringing their old and new sounds to any stage, bar, club, festival or sunday afternoon bingo-event where live rock music is required.