Band Biographies: THE DRIPPERS

The spirit of high energy rock ‘n’ roll is reborn with The Drippers, fusing ‘90s Scandinavian rock with bands like Gluecifer, The Hellacopters and Turbonegro with the raw sound of classic bands like The Stooges, MC5 and Radio Birdman. Whether you want to call The Drippers garage or action rock, one thing is certain: the band turns all the dials to eleven. Screaming guitars, alcohol-fueled singalong choruses and raw fucking power are the core of the band. Welcome to the New Wave of Swedish Action Rock.
The Drippers quickly gained a reputation of being an explosive live band in a classic genre coming back to life. In both 2017 and 2018, the band were hand picked to play prominent afterparties for The Hellacopters’ gigs in Liseberg (Göteborg) and Gröna Lund (Stockholm). They soon shared the stage with bands like Turbonegro, Supersuckers, The Dwarves, The Baboon Show, Robert Pehrsson’s Humbucker, Scumbag Millionaire, Grindhouse, Deadheads, Hard Action, Märvel and Night.
The band’s debut album ‘Action Rock’ is set for release on August 2. ‘Action Rock’ was recorded during the second half of 2018 at Sunlight Studio and produced by legendary engineer Tomas Skogsberg (The Hellacopters, Gluecifer, Backyard Babies, New Bomb Turks, Entombed, et al) under his wing. The result is an eleven-track testimonial that lead to a record deal with The Sign.
The debut album follows the band’s EP ‘Motherfuckers Be Drippin’’, released in 2018. The EP was mixed by Tomas Skogsberg at Sunlight Studio and distributed through Sound Pollution.
The track “Solitary Speaking” was included in the ‘A Fistful More Of Rock And Roll’ compilation released by Electric Frankenstein’s Sal Canzonieri. An accompanying music video was also released.
The Drippers’ are instantly recognizable from their peers by the intense, double lead vocals that characterizes their sound.
The Drippers are Viktor Skatt (bass, vocals), William Dickborn (guitars, vocals) and Niclas Kristoferson (drums).

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