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2007/5/15: No news today...

... except for the hint that Skambankt published a news bit a few days ago about the Bryne gig - read the translation here.
So, instead of the news, some fun links:
Number 1 - did you know that Mr. Winters quit his dayjob? "Med tidligere Kaizer-gitarist Terje Vinterstø i spissen slapp Skambankt sitt debutalbum..." - "With the former Kaizers guitar player Terje Vinterstø in the lead, Skambankt released their debut album..." Time to panic? =;-)
Number 2 - just in case you're desperately waiting for Skambankt to come to New York. Just put your name on the list and you'll be the first to know! *lol*

2007/5/9: Sun, kids and rock'n'roll

The festival summer is starting this weekend for Skambankt. They will play at the youth festival in Hjelmeland (have a peek at the map to see where that is =;-)). Read the translation of the news bit here.
It's gonna be hard visiting a Norwegian festival this year without coming across Skambankt. Check out the tour list here - and enjoy the summer!

2007/5/1: Concerts and pictures!

That was a great concert weekend! Now you can read the report from the concert in Fredrikstad and the one from the concert in Ås, and also, there's some pictures: Fredrikstad,Ås.
Also, a few new links.

2007/4/25: Still more concerts!

If you thought Skambankt's calendar looks quite busy for the next months, take another look - there's still some free weekends left. =;-) One less now though, as according to, they will be playing in Hjelmeland May 12th.
I'll be off for two more concerts this weekend, so check back next week for reports and pictures!

2007/4/17: Festivals and stuff

Today, Skambankt have been announced for Pulpit Rock in Stavanger, August 17! Also, the concerts at Malakoff Rockfestival and Skiippagurrafestivalen have been confirmed by now.
The Goo Men just released a new record, check out for a news bit, or read the translation here.
And finally, according to this article, Skambankt have contributed a song to a commercial of the University of Stavanger that will be shown in cinemas. "It didn't seem like the advertising caught my attention, but I liked the music" - well, that's something. =;-)