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Over the last five years H.E.A.T have established themselves as one of the leading bands in the melodic rock scene, both in their homeland Sweden and internationally. They have toured and performed in front of thousands and thousands of fans around the world.

It all started in early 2007 when H.E.A.T was born out of the ashes of two other bands. They began to write songs and started to play every show they could get their hands on. It resulted in a fan base in Sweden and whispers of a new rising star began to radiate abroad.

A few months later a record deal was signed with StormVox records ... Lesen Sie mehr

Over the last five years H.E.A.T have established themselves as one of the leading bands in the melodic rock scene, both in their homeland Sweden and internationally. They have toured and performed in front of thousands and thousands of fans around the world.

It all started in early 2007 when H.E.A.T was born out of the ashes of two other bands. They began to write songs and started to play every show they could get their hands on. It resulted in a fan base in Sweden and whispers of a new rising star began to radiate abroad.

A few months later a record deal was signed with StormVox records and the first major gigs, as support to the likes of Toto and Mustasch were made.
In April 2008, their debut album “H.E.A.T” was released and became a massive vitamin injection for the genre and instantly received accolades from both fans and critics. The release was followed up by immense touring and H.E.A.T played with bands such as Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy and on big festivals like Sweden Rock Festival.

By January 2009, an exiting year in the H.E.A.T history began. First in line was a five week European tour supporting German greats Edguy followed by the Swedish qualifiers for the Eurovision song contest with the song “1000 miles” which became a huge hit in Sweden. The first album was re-released bundled with the “1000 miles” single and touring began all over Sweden.

In late 2009, H.E.A.T entered the studio BoomRoom in Boomtown, Borlänge to begin the recordings of the follow-up to “Heat”, “Freedom Rock”. The album was released in May 2010. During the recordings, H.E.A.T began to grow a slight distance to singer Kenny Leckremo who had more or less moved to England. After an English tour in spring 2010, Kenny eventually informed the rest of the guys that he no longer was the singer of H.E.A.T due to personal reasons.

Determined to not let the band fade into history, a few days afterwards the search for a new singer began. More than 200 applications came in and a lot of good singers applied for the job.

During this time the band got in touch with “Swedish Idol” winner Erik Grönwall who was asked to do a stand-in gig in Sweden (which later on became Kenny’s final show). He had to decline due to a complete busy solo career schedule, although the seed of him becoming singer of a successful rock band had been planted. A couple of weeks later, Jimmy met Erik at a release party and asked him straight forward if at all he was interested in joining. A meeting was set up with H.E.A.T, Erik and his manager Petri H. Lundén, and soon after Erik decided that his destiny was within H.E.A.T.

Along with Erik’s arrival came Petri and Hagenburg who told the guys to lock themselves in whatever dungeon they could find and write music until their brains were melting. And so they did. All band members were involved in the immense song writing process that took little over a year. A thousand ideas flowed and the creative chemistry had never been any better.

A new record deal was signed and together they chose which songs to record from a total of about 30 songs. Through their new label they got in touch with Grammy award winning producer Tobias Lindell and the legendary “Studio Bohus” in Gothenburg. After a meeting they felt that this truly is the man to deliver the sound of H.E.A.T in the future.

November 9th 2011 H.E.A.T entered the studio to record their 3rd album, “Address the Nation”. The album is released in March 2012 worldwide. And with the epic song “Living on the Run” as the vanguard of ATN, a lot of touring and hard work, 2012 looks nothing less but a shining diamond in H.E.A.T history.

Diese Biografie wurde von den Künstlern oder deren Vertretern bereitgestellt.

Over the last five years H.E.A.T have established themselves as one of the leading bands in the melodic rock scene, both in their homeland Sweden and internationally. They have toured and performed in front of thousands and thousands of fans around the world.

It all started in early 2007 when H.E.A.T was born out of the ashes of two other bands. They began to write songs and started to play every show they could get their hands on. It resulted in a fan base in Sweden and whispers of a new rising star began to radiate abroad.

A few months later a record deal was signed with StormVox records and the first major gigs, as support to the likes of Toto and Mustasch were made.
In April 2008, their debut album “H.E.A.T” was released and became a massive vitamin injection for the genre and instantly received accolades from both fans and critics. The release was followed up by immense touring and H.E.A.T played with bands such as Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy and on big festivals like Sweden Rock Festival.

By January 2009, an exiting year in the H.E.A.T history began. First in line was a five week European tour supporting German greats Edguy followed by the Swedish qualifiers for the Eurovision song contest with the song “1000 miles” which became a huge hit in Sweden. The first album was re-released bundled with the “1000 miles” single and touring began all over Sweden.

In late 2009, H.E.A.T entered the studio BoomRoom in Boomtown, Borlänge to begin the recordings of the follow-up to “Heat”, “Freedom Rock”. The album was released in May 2010. During the recordings, H.E.A.T began to grow a slight distance to singer Kenny Leckremo who had more or less moved to England. After an English tour in spring 2010, Kenny eventually informed the rest of the guys that he no longer was the singer of H.E.A.T due to personal reasons.

Determined to not let the band fade into history, a few days afterwards the search for a new singer began. More than 200 applications came in and a lot of good singers applied for the job.

During this time the band got in touch with “Swedish Idol” winner Erik Grönwall who was asked to do a stand-in gig in Sweden (which later on became Kenny’s final show). He had to decline due to a complete busy solo career schedule, although the seed of him becoming singer of a successful rock band had been planted. A couple of weeks later, Jimmy met Erik at a release party and asked him straight forward if at all he was interested in joining. A meeting was set up with H.E.A.T, Erik and his manager Petri H. Lundén, and soon after Erik decided that his destiny was within H.E.A.T.

Along with Erik’s arrival came Petri and Hagenburg who told the guys to lock themselves in whatever dungeon they could find and write music until their brains were melting. And so they did. All band members were involved in the immense song writing process that took little over a year. A thousand ideas flowed and the creative chemistry had never been any better.

A new record deal was signed and together they chose which songs to record from a total of about 30 songs. Through their new label they got in touch with Grammy award winning producer Tobias Lindell and the legendary “Studio Bohus” in Gothenburg. After a meeting they felt that this truly is the man to deliver the sound of H.E.A.T in the future.

November 9th 2011 H.E.A.T entered the studio to record their 3rd album, “Address the Nation”. The album is released in March 2012 worldwide. And with the epic song “Living on the Run” as the vanguard of ATN, a lot of touring and hard work, 2012 looks nothing less but a shining diamond in H.E.A.T history.

Diese Biografie wurde von den Künstlern oder deren Vertretern bereitgestellt.

Over the last five years H.E.A.T have established themselves as one of the leading bands in the melodic rock scene, both in their homeland Sweden and internationally. They have toured and performed in front of thousands and thousands of fans around the world.

It all started in early 2007 when H.E.A.T was born out of the ashes of two other bands. They began to write songs and started to play every show they could get their hands on. It resulted in a fan base in Sweden and whispers of a new rising star began to radiate abroad.

A few months later a record deal was signed with StormVox records and the first major gigs, as support to the likes of Toto and Mustasch were made.
In April 2008, their debut album “H.E.A.T” was released and became a massive vitamin injection for the genre and instantly received accolades from both fans and critics. The release was followed up by immense touring and H.E.A.T played with bands such as Alice Cooper, Thin Lizzy and on big festivals like Sweden Rock Festival.

By January 2009, an exiting year in the H.E.A.T history began. First in line was a five week European tour supporting German greats Edguy followed by the Swedish qualifiers for the Eurovision song contest with the song “1000 miles” which became a huge hit in Sweden. The first album was re-released bundled with the “1000 miles” single and touring began all over Sweden.

In late 2009, H.E.A.T entered the studio BoomRoom in Boomtown, Borlänge to begin the recordings of the follow-up to “Heat”, “Freedom Rock”. The album was released in May 2010. During the recordings, H.E.A.T began to grow a slight distance to singer Kenny Leckremo who had more or less moved to England. After an English tour in spring 2010, Kenny eventually informed the rest of the guys that he no longer was the singer of H.E.A.T due to personal reasons.

Determined to not let the band fade into history, a few days afterwards the search for a new singer began. More than 200 applications came in and a lot of good singers applied for the job.

During this time the band got in touch with “Swedish Idol” winner Erik Grönwall who was asked to do a stand-in gig in Sweden (which later on became Kenny’s final show). He had to decline due to a complete busy solo career schedule, although the seed of him becoming singer of a successful rock band had been planted. A couple of weeks later, Jimmy met Erik at a release party and asked him straight forward if at all he was interested in joining. A meeting was set up with H.E.A.T, Erik and his manager Petri H. Lundén, and soon after Erik decided that his destiny was within H.E.A.T.

Along with Erik’s arrival came Petri and Hagenburg who told the guys to lock themselves in whatever dungeon they could find and write music until their brains were melting. And so they did. All band members were involved in the immense song writing process that took little over a year. A thousand ideas flowed and the creative chemistry had never been any better.

A new record deal was signed and together they chose which songs to record from a total of about 30 songs. Through their new label they got in touch with Grammy award winning producer Tobias Lindell and the legendary “Studio Bohus” in Gothenburg. After a meeting they felt that this truly is the man to deliver the sound of H.E.A.T in the future.

November 9th 2011 H.E.A.T entered the studio to record their 3rd album, “Address the Nation”. The album is released in March 2012 worldwide. And with the epic song “Living on the Run” as the vanguard of ATN, a lot of touring and hard work, 2012 looks nothing less but a shining diamond in H.E.A.T history.

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