Fireside (band)

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Fireside
Origin Sweden
Genres Rock
Associated acts Les Big Byrd, Breach, Hets, Sideshow Bob, Honey Is Cool, Last Days Of April
Members Kristofer Åström - vocals, guitar
Pelle Gunnerfeldt - guitar
Frans Johansson - bass
Per Nordmark - drums

Fireside is a Grammis Award-winning rock band that formed in the Swedish Hardcore scene in the early 1990s. After finding moderate success as a Post-grunge/Alternative metal band, yet tiring of playing half-filled venues,[1] Fireside adopted an Emo rock/Pop punk sound in 1998. In 2000, with the release of Elite, the band took a more experimental approach to rock, but 2003's All You Had saw the band return to Emo rock/Pop punk. The band's official website is no longer active but the band is set to do two shows in Sweden in 2016.[2]

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Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Fantastic Four (1994) (14 tracks)
  • Do Not Tailgate (1995) #40 SWE[3] (EU 11 tracks / US 13 tracks / JAP 14 tracks)
  • Uomini D'onore (1998) #10 SWE[4] (US 11 tracks (CD & DVD Audio) / JAP 14 tracks)
  • Elite (2000) #40 SWE[5] (9 tracks)
  • Get Shot (2003) #18 SWE[6] (10 tracks)

Compilations/Reissues[edit]

  • Hello Kids (1997) EU 30 tracks / US 21 tracks (B-sides, covers and out-takes)
  • Fantastic Four (1999) 10 tracks (Remixed & remastered tracks from 1994 album, different cover art)

Singles/EPs[edit]

  • Softboy EP (1993)
  • Jupiter EP (1994)
  • Kilotin EP (1995)
  • "Left Rustle" (1996) #42 SWE[7]
  • "Interlace" (1996)
  • Sweatbead EP (1997) #42 SWE[8]
  • "Let Rasputin Do It" (1997)
  • "Thing On A Spring" (2000)
  • "All You Had" (2003)
  • "Follow Follow" (2003)
  • "Throw It Away" (2003)

Music Videos[edit]

  • Kilotin
  • Left Rustle
  • Sweatbead
  • All You Had
  • Follow Follow
  • The Betrayer

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