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Brimstone
Country
Norway
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Brimstone (originally called The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band) was formed in Bergen by guitarist and singer Rolf Edvardsen and bassist Truls “Biff” Eriksen, joined by brothers Thomas and Øyvind Grønner. They are inspired by psychedelic and progressive rock of the 60s and 70s as well as more modern times.
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http://brimstone.no
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Releases on file (5)
Brimstone — Mannsverk Brimstone — Mannsverk
(Karisma KAR082, 2014, CD)
The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — Smorgasbord The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — Smorgasbord
(Karisma KAR050, 2009, CD)
The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — Solstice The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — Solstice
(Big Dipper BDRCD056, 2005, CD)
The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band — The Brimstone Solar Radiation Band
(Big Dipper BDRCD043, 2004, CD)
Brimstone — Going Out EP Brimstone — Going Out EP
((Not on label) Brimstone BVR 01-2002, 2002, CD)

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