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Kashmir - CD Release Info

With ten Danish Music Awards, double platinum sales and sold out tours under their belt, Kashmir, the Danish rock band, is ready to break in the United States. The four musicians - Kasper Eistrup (vocals and lead guitar); Mads Tunebjerg (bass); Asger Techau (drums) and Henrik Lindstrand (keyboards and guitar) - formed the band in Copenhagen over ten years ago.

Since then, Kashmir has been the story of a band never looking back, always taking on new challenges and never compromising. Kashmir's integrity is still strong and profound. The same goes for Kashmir's footsteps through the history of Danish rock.

Kashmir has released five very well received albums in Europe. With each album claiming their own piece of history in a world of critical songwriting and musicianship, the band has collaborated with artists like David Bowie and Lou Reed. The band has always kept their curiosity and is constantly exploring new territory. They have a history of pushing their own boundaries and keep surprising themselves.

Initially, Kashmir was a bunch of art obsessed manikins; playing around in Copenhagen with different media, such as graphics, street art, absurd poetry and of course music; then they found their means of communication, forming a rock 'n' roll band. "The easiest way to get heard was to plug whatever instrument into a guitar amplifier and turn it up ‘till somebody either listened or left. You couldn't quite get the same attention from painting a picture or reciting a poem," Kasper recalls.

In 1991, Eistrup, Tunebjerg and Techau formed a rock band under the name "Nirvana" at a boarding school in Frederiksberg, Denmark. They started to perform in local venues, including a local high school. Once The American band Nirvana started to gain success, they changed their name to "Kashmir," after the Led Zeppelin song.

The rest is history. The band has sold more than 500,000 records combined; has won over the hearts of the press; and has performed countless times in front of thousands.

www.kashmir.dk





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