It’s hardly controversial to declare that Serena Maneesh will be the brainchild from the musically über-potent Emil Nikolaisen. Maybe initially most widely known as the drummer/primary ideologue of celebrated glam-punk clothing Silver, Nikolaisen offers most certainly been with us the block. He’s a guy of extremes; despite his fairly early age (he was created in 1977), he obtained some serious music group encounter in the ’90s during his short stint like a guitarist with Christian intense metal music group Extol, so that as a drummer for the sunlit jangle pop group the Loch Ness Mouse. This nearly bipolar musical condition also displays highly in his Serena Maneesh compositions, with darkness and light, loud dissonance and shiny harmonies constantly fighting for control. Circa 2000 and on, Nikolaisen primarily focused on Metallic and the music group took up a lot of his period, intensely touring European countries. When Serena Maneesh surfaced using their 1st EP, 2002’s Fixations, they do attract a great deal of interest, but had been all-too-quickly branded as retro-loving neo-shoegazers by their indigenous press, and invariably weighed against the Velvet Underground and My Bloody Valentine. Although playing sporadic concert events, the main concentrate was still on Metallic in the first 2000s. Their following launch — another EP, this time around compiling their previous recordings, the aptly entitled Zurück — didn’t show up until 2005. While this discharge failed to established the world burning, things were obviously needs to happen: Emil Nikolaisen got currently resigned as drummer for Sterling silver after completing their effective debut record, this to be able to concentrate completely on Serena Maneesh. Their long-awaited, eponymous 2005 debut record was an extraordinary good article, recorded in a variety of places, from Oslo and Stockholm to NEW YORK and Chicago, over an interval nearing half of a year. Because the indie underground understands few national limitations in the 2000s, and since Serena Maneesh produced an archive of worldwide stature, they were able to get that promotion outside their indigenous Norway, eventually permitting them to play renowned locations in the U.S. and tour European countries using the Dandy Warhols. Carrying out a couple many years of touring, Nikolaisen going back again to the studio room, but locating the atmosphere as well sterile he shifted operations for an underground cave beyond Oslo. After documenting paths there he tripped recording all over the world to get a year. The ensuing record, No. 2: Abyss in B Small, premiered by 4AD in March of 2010.