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Kingwood

Millencolin

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My personal favorite

Millencolin has been my favorite punk band for a while now and Kingwood is a outstanding addition to their discography. I remember picking it up the day that it came out and it stayed in heavy rotation in my car until just recently when their latest came out. It's a bit different that the earliest stuff but sounds very simile to Pennybridge Pioneers. If you want a album that you can jam to while riding down the expressway on a summer afternoon with the windows down, this one is it.

almost as good as Pennybridge Pioneers

man this is much better than home from home and the new one M15 or whatever it's called!! This record rocks almost as much as pioneers.

Biography

Formed: October, 1992 in Örebro, Sweden

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Scandinavian skatepunk unit Millencolin formed in Örebro, Sweden, in late 1992 with its members coming together from other area punk bands. Inspired by the Southern California hardcore sound of bands like Operation Ivy, the Descendents, and NOFX, vocalist/bassist Nikola Sarcevic and guitarists Erik Ohlsson and Mathias Färm formed the first incarnation of Millencolin (a variation on the skateboarding maneuver dubbed melancholy) as a Swedish-language group, but later began writing and singing in English....
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