With their second full length independent production: "No Idols", The Super Nashwan Kids take heavy, intelligent, abrasive rock, and marinade it in melody to create something uniquely musical and accessible with a new flavour all of it's own. It's an album that sees the bands huge rock riffs constantly permeated by Rege's impassioned trade-mark soaring vocals and harmony, in some of the most arresting and broad ranged vocal performances to emerge from modern rock. Inspired by influences from Sikth right through to Michael Jackson by way of Refused and Skunk Anansie, this self funded, recorded, and produced album, kicks and screams while bleeding honesty, yet seduces and grooves irresistibly all at the same time. It's this commitment to musicality over fashions and demographics that has seen the band earning the respect of their peers over the past five years, where they have learnt their trade playing and conquering most of London's main music venues with their kinetic live shows, including the Mean Fiddler, Camden Underworld, Barfly, Garage... you name it, supported the likes of Hell Is For Heroes and Inme, and signed a publishing deal with Blue Mountain Music (Bob Marley, U2, Kano). Quick Facts: : From North London, UK, line up: Regé Page (Vocals), Ben Mackenzie (Guitar), Tose Page (Guitar), Ian Brunton (Drums), Geoff Courts (Bass) : Published by Bluemountain Music (Bob Marley, U2, Kano) : Played over 200 mainly self promoted shows all around the UK and most of London "Blending intricate progressive hardcore and funky metal melody into a sound that is as pop-savvy as it is political, they've transcended the tired sound of an over-commercialised scene to stand out like defiant sore thumbs. To have done so at such a young age, without the assistance of major labels or big-name producers is nothing short of astonishing. We'll be hearing a whole lot from this lot in years to come, if there's any justice." - Subba Cultcha "Enough dynamics and pace to keep audiences at fever pitch throughout." - Total Music Magazine "Taking elements of Audioslave, At The Drive In and Skunk Anansie, they mould something new powerful, commited and totally genuine." R*E*P*E*A*T* Fanzine.