Swedish skate punks Venerea stream new album ‘Euro Trash’

Sweden’s Venerea has released a new full-length ‘Euro Trash’ via SBÄM Records. ‘Euro Trash,’ the diverse yet nostalgic album from Swedish skatepunks, has been produced by Gustav Brunn of Atlas Losing Grip at the legendary Tambourine Studios in Malmö.

The singles ‘Blind Faith,’ ‘A Case Of Corona,’ and the summer anthem ‘Summer of 94,’ with guest appearances by Millencolin, Adhesive and No Fun At All, have prepared punk rock fans for one of the most interesting albums of the year. Venerea are storytellers. The new album is a collection of punk rock tales, from humorous to political, including the biography of an ex-drummer’s wife. The story of their musical upbringing. The story of a refugee’s father.

The band first rose to infamy during the Swedish mid-nineties punk boom, with genre-defining albums such as ‘Both Ends Burning,’ ‘Shake Your Booty,’ and ‘One Louder.’ Venerea has toured throughout Europe, North America, and Asia and has shared stages with Bad Religion, NOFX, and the likes. The band’s popular brand of melodic hardcore and dual guitar/dual vocal approach is instantly recognizable and the new tunes will stick like glue.


01. Chanson d’Armour
02. A Case Of Corona
03. Summer Of 94
04. The Nobodies
05. Blind Faith
06. My Kind Of Stupid
07. Burning Every Bridge
08. Sirens Call
09. Show Must Go Wrong
10. DNA vs DIY
11. Some Girls Don’t Lik…
12. Diet Plan B
13. The Overly Friendly…
14. My Imaginary Foe
15. Subterranea
16. Loose End

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