Biography

In.Stora was a / band formed in Rīga, Latvia in the beginning of 2002 and consisted of four members: Kaspars, Dāvis, Jancis and Aga.

In.Stora continued things that were started by the He’dUp, which split up after the tragic death of their bass player Artūrs “Arch” Logins.

In the beginning In.Stora had more nu-metal touch to their music but, during the time, music has changed a lot since band got more and more involved into the hardcore and punk scene.

In the end of 2002. In.Stora’s self-released first EP “We All Deal With This” came out and later that year, another EP “How Comes You Don’t Get Bored of All the Happy Endings on Screen” was recorded in Phoenix Studio in Rīga and released on Kablys Records. In Fall of 2004 they released 8 song album “Miasma” on Moscow’s label Old Skool Kids.

In.Stora disbanded in October 2005.

After the break-up Dāvis & Jancis started a new band called Tesa which so far has released 3 albums. Aga joined the band called Noon. Kaspars turned more to visual arts and experimental music.

Currently band members are related with such notable Latvian independent music scene bands as 9Horizon, Tesa, Silards, Holy Lamb, The Black Drummer Is a Slave, and more.

During these 3 years In.Stora had played more than hundred gigs around East Europe, Russia and some in Western Europe as well. They’ve shared stage with such a great bands as Analena, dEFDUMp, Endstand, Bora, Complete, Landmine Spring, Jairus, Unconform, Schizma, Abduktio, Armageddon Clock, Dr. Green, The Sons Of Saturn, and many others…

The original lineup:

Kaspars Groševs - vocal
Dāvis Burmeisters - guitar
Agnese Siksna - bass guitar
Jānis Burmeisters - drums

Edited by [deleted user] on 13 Nov 2009, 18:51

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Formed in
  • 2002
Split in
  • 2005
Founded in
  • Rīga, Latvia
Band Members
  • Kaspars Groševs   (2002 - 2005)
  • Dāvis Burmeisters   (2002 - 2005)
  • Agnese Siksna   (2002 - 2005)
  • Jānis Burmeisters   (2002 - 2005)

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