Swedish metallers OFFENSIVE GROUND’s guitarist KJ has entered The Landon Guitars roster!
KJ states: “I’m excited to announce I’m officially an artist with Landon Guitars! Their guitars and basses are masterfully built in absolutely all aspects of sound, playability, and looks. Be ready for more to come with theses amazing guitars. Here’s Landon Guitars twentyfive12 serial 008.”
As previously announced, OFFENSIVE GROUND’s other guitarist Tian Mammola signed the sponsorship deal with the UK’s Castle Cases!October 27th, OFFENSIVE GROUND released their highly acclaimed debut album “Nightmare King”! To celebrate the release, the band unleashed the album for streaming via Spotfy, here: https://open.spotify.com/album/22csAG90xiN2Bm2imfiDaz, or download the album via iTunes, at this location: https://itunes.apple.com/se/album/nightmare-king/id1302225090
Just recently OFFENSIVE GROUND teamed up with the Swedish brewery Tjers Bryggeri, to launch the band’s own beer, entitled Offensive Ground Red Ale! For now, it’s available via online orders, or placing your order at one of the Swedish Systembolaget. Get more information on Offensive Ground Red Ale and the brewery, here: https://www.facebook.com/tjersbryggeri.se
Formed in Luleå, Sweden fall 2011, OFFENSIVE GROUND is a back to the roots, kick down your door kind of metal music. In February 2017 the band entered the studio to record what will be their Debut Album ‘Nightmare King’, released on October 27th 2017. OFFENSIVE GROUND is a band that pulls from many inspirations and many cultures while still retaining that in your face rock’n’roll groove. Their intensity is also carried on through out their live shows with energetic running, jumping, and all around maniac thrashing madness. They seamlessly pull of their brutal riffing and epic harmonies all while keeping you engaged as they instruct you to ‘tear down the walls till your hands break’. The new album confirms that OFFENSIVE GROUND have evolved into a monster that won’t be stopping in the forseeable future, and as they say ‘Welcome to our Nightmare’.