Joining their pushes in Sweden in the first ‘90s, Astream first counted using a line-up comprising Robban (guitar), Henke (drums) and Champ Asenov (bass, vocals). In 1995, and after playing countless displays in Sweden, the group decided on documenting its first disk, the EP Marvellous Tomorrow. Afterwards that season Ante Holmqvist became a member of the staff substituting Henke on the drum section. A rigorous touring season implemented and within a short while, Astream finally were able to enter the studio room and record their debut full-length, Woodfish. Continuously conquering an usually growing fan-base, not merely in Sweden but additionally in the others of European countries, the trio guaranteed an area on trips alongside rings like Refused, Satanic Surfers or Randy. Jumps, Giggles and Shouts, their sophomore recording, contributed to increase a lot more their incisive tag within Sweden’s flaming punk rock and roll picture. In 2000, Astream came back to the studio room to record Great Times/Bad Occasions, their third main disc.