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Anorimoi / Bio

Anorimoi started out in 1993 with none but basic knowledge of music or whatever. At some point the inevitability of eventual musical enlightenment drove Anorimoi to record some cool stuff, like "Pappous: the rock opera" which were offered for free via the band's website (www.anorimoi.com).

Then came the first commercial anorimoi release, "kings of feta" via Steel Legacy records, followed by an EP called "O Panisxyros Megistanas Twn Nintza".

Warner Music Greece liked the EP, for reasons that remain unknown, and offered a contract to the band who then released "17 Katsarides" via WMG in 2008.

The next Anorimoi masterpiece came out in September 2009 via WMG and was called "Kala na patheis". Anorimoi toured extensively in Greece, and songs like "Kala na patheis" "Kama sutra" and "Xeiroteri Mera" proved to be huge live hits. Which made touring even more extensive. Which also led to a live DVD. Which led to more touring. To the point where Anorimoi almost forgot they had to put a record out, eventually.

Which they did on June 2013, as an independent release. It's called "Apovlakocic" and it kicks some serious ass. At least 3 songs look like they've already become classics. Why are we not rich yet?

In 2014 Anorimoi are still touring their ass off and are currently working on a remake of 8 old songs, cause it's easy money and they like it.

General Info

Band Members
Trampakoulas - Vocals, Necropethamenos - Guitar/Songwriting/filming and video editing and all things internet, Satrigiannis (john mcris) - Guitar/Producer/Songwriting, Tafoplakium - Bass, Bokolis - Drums, Panos Papakostas - Lyricist
Artist Name
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Metal / Comedy

Contact Info

Athens, GR
the band

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