2003 – present (15 years)
Petrozavodsk, Respublika Kareliya, Russian Federation
Nothing good (Ничего хорошего, Nichevo horoshevo) is a Russian street punk/Oi! band from Petrozavodsk, Russian Federation, popular among hooligans, punks and skinheads. Performed by a modern street punk in spirit Loikaemie and Stage Bottles. Became widely known after the release of the album, «Children of the city outskirts» (Дети городских окраин, Deti ghorodskikh okrain) in 2007, issued in St. Petersburg via Space Rebel. The album was uploaded to the Internet in a good trial versions for free download that, made it possible to get a lot of loyal fans throughout the former USSR. The first album is considered to be a demo-record «8142» (this phone-code of town Petrozavodsk). This DIY record was partially reprinted in the form of a third album of new songs - «Until the last drop of blood»(До последней капли крови, Doh poslednei kapli krovi). «Until the last drop of blood» - ten-year album, which was issued by St. Petersburg label Karma Mira Records in 2008. Also in 2008, the group released a live-split from Petrozavodsk street-punk group Unity of Inferior, recorded during a joint statement in club «Y».
The group has managed to play in many cities in Russia and abroad, as well as speak with the leaders of the German street-punk scene - band Stage Bottles. Not little, it is important to note the clear position of the band - in their songs, they affect the lives of severe problems in the areas of workers margins and pressure the state system. Also present love lyrics ("Even the gentle") and songs devoted to the native city ("native ghetto", "My City") is allocated separately in the works of PC song "We will not forget, we are not just" on the deceased at the hands of the Nazis punk Alexei Krylov 16 March 2008 before the concert in Moscow. The band is on a clear anti-racist/antifascist positions!
Boba (vocal, guitar)
Bart (vocal, guitar)
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