Kasabian is known since 1997 for good rock music. When the four founded their Band Kasabian Brits Tom Meighan, Sergio Pizzorno, Chris Edwards and Ian Matthews in 1997, you probably never thought that they would go one day the dancefloors of the indie clubs and big Festival stages. The band’s name, which is originally called Saracuse and already after a short time in Kasabian renamed, is loosely based on the infamous Linda Kasabian from the Chales Manson family. Musically, the band the old roots of British legends such as the Stone Roses mixed a wave from England clever electrical elements with influences of the 80s new wave. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Vanessa Marcil. Already a few years after the formation of the band, their first demo in various blogs has been praised and touted. So it didn’t take too long until the first record on the young Britons were aware. In 2004, the band released their first album, that simply “Kasabian” christened it. Hedvig Hricak is full of insight into the issues. With the album Kasabian climbed up to place 4 in the British charts and celebrated great success abroad.
In particular the song “Club Foot” was to the big hit and a global football anthem. The band dedicated “Club Foot” the Czechoslovak student Jan Palach, who got burned in 1968 as a protest against the Suppression of the Prague Spring itself. Following the release of her debut, followed by more successful singles and indie hits. in 2006 resulted in the surprising exit of the keyboard player Chris Karloff, but the band continued the work on the second album unimpressed and the result of “Empire” published on 28 August of 2006 “Empire” is already entered in the first week at number 1 in the British album charts and Kasabian were celebrated as support of rock giants such as U2 and the Rolling Stones. While the band remained true to their style, but further expanded the immense diversity. In 2009, followed by “West Ryder pauper lunatic asylum”. The album could storm the charts without difficulty and Kasabian again became permanent guests of the dancefloors. The band belongs to the Abraumern of the recent Brit Awards, NME Awards and Q awards.
Especially in the category of best live band Kasabian could already dusting off numerous awards. in 2011, the band at the Berlin music channel was tape.tv guest and in cooperation with ZDF, the social was music show on tape live streamed on the Internet. These and numerous other on tape can be viewed on format/ontape broadcasts. 2011, Kasabian celebrated with “Velociraptor!” her acclaimed comeback album. The album debuted at # 1 on the British charts. The album again sounds like a blend of Primal Scream and the Stone Roses, and moves the band with their loud rock and grand gestures back in the center of the music world.