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Next Damage

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Biography (2007-now)

Foundation of the band, playing the first gig

The band “Next Damage” was originally founded in December of 2007. Allthough some of the original members had been jamming several times in the past, a long term based project wasn’t going to happen until the founding members met under the “Next Damage” banner.

By the end of the year 2007, Anthony “Ente” Ulbrich was told about the opportunity to play a local gig in Staufenberg, Germany in mid-january of 2008. Yet without an existing band and only one month to go, at first it seemed like he had to denie the offer. Surprisingly, soon after calling some of the musicians he had jammed with in the past, the original line-up of “Next Damage” (only the drummer position underwent a switch since then) featuring Anthony Ulbrich, Sebastian Lich, Florian Schonfeld and Florian Kupfer appeared on the map and the gig was confirmed.

At first, the four agreed on a set of seven coversongs, since writing a full set of original material in a timeperiod this short didn’t seem to be possible. Quite a few rehearsals later the band successfully played their first concert only one month after it’s foundation on January 19th, 2008.


Unexpected change in the line-up

Shortly thereafter, there was an unexpected problem to be solved: Drummer Florian Kupfer soon was about to move to the city of Mainz, Germany to begin his studies at the city’s university. Since he wouldn’t be able to invest enough time into the band from then on, the remaining members needed to find replacement for the soon to be vacant spot behind the drums.

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