The Norwegian sextet Kaizers Orchestra build cathartic rock songs that borrow heavily through the dirges of Tin Pan Alley and Eastern Western european folk music. Shaped in the past due ’90s in the town of Bergen, the music group includes Jan Ove Ottesen and Geir Zahl on vocals/electric guitar/essential oil barrel, Helge Risa on pump body organ, Øyvind Storesund on accordion and bass, guitarist/percussionist Terge Vinterstøen, and Rune Solheim on drums. Their personal sound eventually resulted in a record cope with Scandinavian label Broiler Plantation, and the music group released Ompa Til du Dør in 2001, an record that received the Norwegian Grammy and continued to be the highest-selling rock and roll debut ever released in the Norwegian vocabulary. Evig Pint adopted in 2003, leading to numerous awards and much more amazing record product sales than its forerunner. The music group signed a global deal with Common Germany for 2005’s Maestro, a typically varied outing that boasted higher creation ideals than their earlier two produces. The likewise themed Maskineri found its way to 2008, accompanied by a assortment of re-recorded variations of previously unreleased materials known as Våre Demoner (Our Demons) in ’09 2009. The next year the music group announced plans release a the 1st installment in a well planned trilogy known as Violeta Violeta. Vol. 1 of the conceptual task showed up on January 31, 2011, accompanied by Quantities 2 and 3 in 2012. The next 12 months the group announced that they might retire by the end of their 2013 tour.