First of all: This is just a short biography about a few facts of our young career. No partys, no drug stories, no excesses and no women. You could imagine it anyway! Founded in the year 2005 from Nikki Nine, Mr. Evil & Vic Nasty the very first days of the band were dominated by many problems. To find the right singer with the appropriate voice and attitude was the first, but also the worst. In the meantime the band wrote a bunch of songs till the first singer of Nasty Nuns was announced in early 2006. Regional gigs were played with more or less success till the drummer and singer were fired after insuperable diffrences about the musical adjustment and a barfight between Mr. Evil and the drummer. After a long time of waiting, searching and songwriting a new drummer was found. Julez Gun, a longtime friend of the band, took over the set behind the drums. But the other members noticed that his performance was such better on vocals than on drums. So he changed the sticks with the microphone. The one & true singer of Nasty Nuns was found. Within one week the band also announced a new drummer: Fight. He was also a friend of the band. Now the band started rehearsing and songwriting again. At the same time the five sleaze rockers started to record the bands'first EP „Too Much Is Never Enough“ and fortunately they found a good producer (Stas Braun/Notredame Records). The first gig with the new line up was in february 2010 at the backstage club in munich and went on to a great success for the band. The band played a few more gigs among other things with the Emil Bulls. After that the band returned to the studio to finish the recordings of the EP, wich will probably be released in the autumn of 2010. Now we're heading out for the world!!!!! Cheerz NASTY NUNS
Biography taken from : http://www.myspace.com/nastynuns#ixzz15MQOZQNX
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