New single coming up

Hi folks! Just a short reminder to keep an Eye out for more news in the next two weeks as we finish up recording and mix of our next single! ?We’ll release a couple of teasers leading up to the release! It’s pretty Heavy! ??We will also present our new line-up when the single is released. Stay Tuned!


Finspång, Saturday 2nd

It’s gonna be a fun night this coming Saturday! Might try out a few songs we haven’t played for a long time! Welcome!


New bassplayer

We’re proud to announce Mats “Vasse” Vassfjord as our new bass player. Mats will be stepping in as a full member and will play his first gig with us on april 2nd in Finspång! Yeah, feels great!

We thank Peter Hallgren for helping us out as our live bassist during 2015 and at the show at Debaser in January this year which was his last, Good Job! Peter has now returned full time to Sorcerer.


Swedern Rock Festival 2016

We can now finally reveal that we are confirmed to play at the great Sweden Rock Festival, how cool is that? We will give you more info as we get it.


Live in Stockholm January 23

One of Sweden’s top vocalists Matti Alfonzetti from Skintrade will be helping us out on vocals. Matti has by no means left Skintrade, but was able to find the time to help us out!

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Distfm radio, Väsby Rock Festival

DistFM Radio is broadcasting a special show recorded at The Väsby Rock Festival last July. 220 Volt played at the festival and Thomas Drevin was interviewed there for this show. It’s a 2 hour bonanza containing interviews and music from the bands that played there. DistFM is a webradio, so tune in.
Show will be broadcasted (Swedish Time) Sunday 25th oct 11 am
Tuesday 27th oct 1 pm (13.00) and finally Wednesday 28th oct at 6 pm (18.00)


News 23/9-15

Gearing up for the shows at Klubbscenen/Konserthuset in Västerås 16/10 and Linköping 17/10 at Hell Yeah Rock Club, rehearsing with Robin.
Sounds great.

220V and lead vocalist part ways

We regret to inform you that 220 Volt and singer Anders Engberg have decided to part ways. We wish Anders the best of luck in his future endeavors.

The band continue business as usual and upcoming shows will go ahead as planned. Robin Eriksson from the band Degreed will help out with the vocals until we find a permanent replacement.
When one chapter ends another one begins!

Robin Eriksson

220 Volt and Neon Rose, Stockholm January 2016

Neon Rose was probably the first Swedish hardrock band, they make their return to the live scene after around 40 years. The show will be at Debaser Strand

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