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|Genres||Hard rock, boogie rock, progressive rock, rock n' roll|
|Labels||Napalm records, The Sign Records|
|Members||Jenna Disease (Jenna Copter)|
Honeymoon Disease is a boogie rock, Groovy Rock n' Roll quartet from Gothenburg, Sweden who formed in 2014. Their first album The Transcendence was produced by, Ola Ersfjord, and Nicke Andersson in 2015 at Music A Matic Recording Studio in Gothenburg, and all vocals at The Honky Tonk Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. They recorded their second album Part Human, Mostly Beast 27 October 2017. They have performed in support of acts such as, Avatarium, Horisont, The Vintage Caravan, Red Fang, Graveyard, Brant Bjork, and other bands in several countries throughout Europe.
Formation[edit | edit source]
The band was formed in 2014 by guitarists, Jenna and Acid. Jenna and Acid were both previously band mates in an old school heavy metal band called, The Thrill Warriors. 
The Transcendence[edit | edit source]
Honeymoon Disease debut album The Transcendence was recorded in Gothenburg/lyrics in Stockholm and released on Napalm Records in November 2015. Dave Scott of Devil's Gate Media said in a review of the album, "‘The Transcendence’ will, according to the bands website, ‘appeal to fans of Kiss, Rainbow, Thin Lizzy, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple‘ but to be honest, that’s limiting the bands appeal to old farts like me, when in fact there is enough on the album to interest anyone at all who has a hankering for groovy Rock ‘n’ Roll, despite what decade it might be steeped in."
Part Human, Mostly Beast[edit | edit source]
Honeymoon Disease second album was released in 2017 on The Sign Records. The album was produced by Ola Ersfjord at studio Ganymeden in Linköping, Sweden. Andy Thorley of Maximum Volume Music, wrote about the album stating, "Working with producer Ola Ersfjord, who has worked with MV faves including Imperial State Electric and Dead Lord, they apparently discovered a mutual love of old soul and this has most definitely infused album number two. 'Part Human, Mostly Beast' lays its cards down on the table straight away and in the brilliantly ebullient Doin’ It Again it has a winning hand. Only Thing Alive sees singer Jenna positively relish the fact she’s 'about to be locked up and never released' and any song that sounds this much like Thin Lizzy cannot be bad."
In another review of the album Craig Hartranft, editor at Danger Dog Music Reviews stated,"As for the songs, the aforementioned themes lace throughout. Yet, there's It's Alright, a tamer song with something of a blues twist. Then some swift straight up rockers come with Only Thing Alive and Tail Twister, the latter song displaying the fine duel female vocal harmony. Honeymoon Disease dials back the pacing with the slow grooving Needle In Your Eye, another song with strong vocal harmony and a prevalent bass line. But the real kicker here is, without doubt, Fly Bird Fly High. It's a fast paced rollicking number, with an aggressive bass line, that reminded me of a punk twist on rockabilly, without the hillbilly. And the fiery Chuck Berry guitar solo kills."
Members[edit | edit source]
Current[edit | edit source]
- Jenna Copter - Lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Acid Disease - Lead guitar, back-up vocals
- Jimi Karlsson - Drums
Former members[edit | edit source]
- Nick - Bass
Discography[edit | edit source]
Albums[edit | edit source]
- The Transcendence (2015)
- Part Human, Mostly Beast (2017)
7" Singles[edit | edit source]
- Fast Love (2014)
- Bellevue Groove (2015)
- Electric Eel (2017)
References[edit | edit source]
- "Honeymoon Disease Bio". Honeymoon Disease.
- "Interview with Honeymoon Disease". Rocktopia. 18 May 2016.
- "Review: Honeymoon Disease – 'The Transcendence'". Devil's Gate Media. November 2015.
- "REVIEW: HONEYMOON DISEASE – PART HUMAN, MOSTLY BEAST (2017)". Maximum Volume Music. October 2017.
- "HONEYMOON DISEASE: PART HUMAN MOSTLY BEAST". Danger Dog Music Reviews. October 2017.
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