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No Gravity

No Gravity in December 2007
Background information
Origin Slovakia Slovakia
Genres Alternative rock, Nu metal
Years active 1996–Present
Website http://www.nogravityband.com
Members
Michal Skrak
Róbert Zahradník
Radoslav Balajka
Mario Marcinek

The band No Gravity was formed in 1996 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Their musical style can be described by the words "Alternative / Rock / NU metal" where the heavy guitar riffs are mixed with melodic vocals and samples.

In 1997, No Gravity released their first studio album High. The song Sorry was a collaboration with Czech Hip hop group Chaozz and Daniel Hwan Oostra. Inverzia was released in 2004, and No Gravity's third studio album The Beast Of was released in 2007. The Beast Of was produced by David Koller, ex-frontman of Czech Rock band Lucie. The first single Haunting me was mixed by American producer David Bianco who has cooperated with Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ozzy Osbourne or Rage against the Machine. The album contains a cover of "When Will I Be Famous" by Bros.

Contents

Discography

  • High (1997)

The only true No Gravity Album. Lead singer and co-founder Daniel Oostra named the band and wrote most of the songs and music on this album. Due to internal issues in the band, Daniel left the band in 1999. The original members of the band are Daniel Oostra, Peter Novacik, Peter Kiss, Rado Balaljka, and Rado the Drummer. The later albums were not produced or performed by the original No Gravity.

Trivia

  • No Gravity began at the Slovak Technical University in 1996.

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  • The name No Gravity was chosen because of Daniel Oostra's connection to rock climbing and was taken from a tee shirt purchased in Joshua Tree California, USA.
  • No Gravity's song Stanem sa, found on their 2004 album Inverzia holds a record for the most expensive Slovakia made music video. Extensive CGI is used.

See also

Music of Slovakia

External links

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