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Unconscious Disturbance / Bio

UNCONSCIOUS DISTURBANCE began developing their groundbreaking style of cross genre Rock/Metal during their early childhood, when brothers Kiko and Daniel began playing with their cousin Patrick at the age of eight. Joined by bassist Fadel, UD released their first EP in December, 2012, mastered by Howie Weinberg (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, Metallica, etc).

Their album release show was selected by The Village Voice as one of the best 10 concerts watch in NYC that week, alongside household names such as Neil Young, Justin Bieber and Chucho Valdez. One month after their release and amidst what would become an eight-month USA tour, UD headlined Palco do Rock festival in Brazil, for an audience of 10,000 people.

In August 2013, UD performed at Festival Porão do Rock at Mané Garrincha Stadium in Brasília, with bands such as Suicidal Tendencies, Soulfly and Krissiun. Once again, UD left the stage to an ecstatic audience and continues to receive critical acclaim. UD was selected as one of the top 5 Brazilian rock bands to participate in the Monsters of Rock Selective in São Paulo, Brazil which included performances from Aerosmith, Korn, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, and Gojira, to name a few.

UD Is currently on tour through the American East Coast in support of their new album "Shooting At The Moon" (released on Dec 4th), and will continue the tour in Brazil in the beginning of next year .

Unconscious Disturbance is formed by Brazilian/Americans Kiko Freiberg (vocals/guitar), Daniel Freiberg (drums/vocals), Tim Haggerty (guitar) and Danny Dahan (bass) and is currently based in Brooklyn, NY.

General Info

Band Members
Kiko Freiberg - Vocals/Guitar, Daniel Freiberg - Vocals/Drums, Danny Dahan - Bass, Tim Haggerty - Guitar
Artist Name
Unconscious Disturbance
Home Page
Active Since
Rock / metal / Alternative

Contact Info

Brooklyn, NY
Chris - contactUDband@gmail.com

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