Clawfinger – Three gigs for Sweden

In October, the Swedish-Norwegian rap metal band Clawfinger makes three gigs around the country.

 

 

October 10: Stockholm, Fryshuset Klubben
October 14: Örebro, Frimis Salonger
October 16: Gothenburg, Garden

 

It was in 1993 that “Clawfinger” broke through with the anti-racist song,  “Nigger”. Then followed in the nineties a series of additional hits such as “The Truth”, “Warfair”, “Pin Me Down” and “The Biggest & The Best”.

 

 

The current political situation is really… interesting, where one’s perceived feeling is more important than facts in today’s society. Using twisted statistics to scare people into bad decisions is a daily occurrence and no matter how one argues for its cause, there’s always a horde of opposition tearing down the arguments with “whataboutism” or distorted facts. Vote for the truth, but whose truth are we talking about?

“Clawfinger” Members

Zak Tell – sång (1989–2013, 2017– )
Jocke Skog – keyboard, sång (1989–2013, 2017– )
Bård Torstensen – kompgitarr (1989–2013, 2017– ), sologitarr (2003–2013, 2017– )
André Skaug – basgitarr (1992–2013, 2017– )
Micke Dahlén – trummor (2008–2013, 2017– )

 

Tickets will be released on Friday, February 21 at 10am at www.triffidanddanger.se.

Clawfinger – Three gigs for Sweden

February 21, 2020

In October, the Swedish-Norwegian rap metal band Clawfinger makes three gigs around the country.     October 10: Stockholm, Fryshuset Klubben October 14: Örebro, Frimis Salonger October 16: Gothenburg, Garden   It was in 1993 that “Clawfinger” broke through with the anti-racist song,  “Nigger”. Then followed in the nineties a series of additional hits such as “The Truth”, “Warfair”, “Pin Me Down” and “The Biggest & The Best”.     The current political situation is really… interesting, where one’s perceived feeling is more important than facts in today’s society. Using twisted statistics to scare people into bad decisions is a daily occurrence and no matter how one argues for its cause, there’s always a horde of opposition tearing down the arguments with “whataboutism” or distorted facts. Vote for the truth, but whose truth are we talking about? “Clawfinger” Members Zak Tell – sång (1989–2013, 2017– ) Jocke Skog – keyboard, sång (1989–2013, 2017– ) Bård Torstensen – kompgitarr (1989–2013, 2017– ), sologitarr (2003–2013, 2017– ) André Skaug – basgitarr (1992–2013, 2017– ) Micke Dahlén – trummor (2008–2013, 2017– )   Tickets will be released on Friday, February 21 at 10am at www.triffidanddanger.se.

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