The band, which hails from Denmark, plays a rather intense, yet fragile type of distortion-filled noise rock. We All Repeat the Past is the follow up to 2002's noise rock epic I Believe In You, and with this latest release Mob returns with walls of blistering distortion, moody-noise-ridden outbursts, crashing drums, and dark but peaceful interludes, like a butterfly crushed by a ten ton truck. This latest offering also sees the band progressing into slightly more aggressive and bleak areas. We All Repeat the Past is the bands third full length album and follows the path of style set by the bands previous releases; And this was a good day (1999), and I believe in you (2002), which both have received countless of good reviews from Danish as well as foreign media. When performing live, mob is known as an exceptionally potent combo with an almost death-defying intensity, which has led to numerous concerts in Denmark and abroad. The danish newspaper BT elected I believe in you as one of the best albums worldvide that year, and mob as one of the best liveacts. '...Like the beautiful debut '...and this was a good day' 'I believe in you' ain´t for weak-willed people, but once again Mob delivere one of the most dark, noisy and uncompromising album this small country have ever heard' Jonas Sørensen from 'BT' As of today mob is comprised by it's three original members; vocalist and guitarist Morten Haaber, guitarist Peter Ahlers, and bass-guitarist Kasper Skov, as well as drummer Gustav Sandegaard. Together they present a unique tight-playing quartet, with a rarely seen nerve and power.
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