The Swedish garage punk quartet Division of Laura Lee emerged within the middle- to past due ’90s, assembled from spare parts within the Swedish hardcore music underground and indebted towards the sounds of Washington, D.C.’s punk picture. Made up of vocalist/guitarist Per Stålberg, guitarist David Ojala, bassist Jonas Gustavsson, and drummer Håkan Johansson, the quartet was quickly playing displays wherever it might. The music group debuted on polish in 1998, issuing the There’s a FIRST-TIME for Everything EP and a break up release using the American post-hardcore group Milemarker. Another break up EP adopted in 1999 from the automobile Crash label, this time around with fellow music group Impel. The Department self-released In the Royal Golf club in 1999, as well as the assortment of singles and chances ‘n’ sods songs served as a casual full-length debut before band signed an archive deal with Burning up Center in 2001. The label released an introductory EP, Fairly Electric powered, before issuing the Division’s correct full-length a calendar year later. Entitled Dark City, the record discovered the group infusing the nervy musical custom of Fugazi with rowdier components nearer to Supergrass (or its brethren within the Hellacopters). It appreciated American advertising via Epitaph Information, and was backed through tours using the (International) Sound Conspiracy and Soundtrack in our Lives. Das Not really Compute found its way to 2004, and Department of Laura Lee spent many years toiling over the record’s follow-up, ultimately rising in 2008 using the solid Assault Is Timeless.
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