ALARM! premiere new video, stream debut at

On June 14th internationally, Armageddon Label will release the highly anticipated debut album of Alarm!, self-titled Alarm!, on vinyl LP format. And now, heavily trafficked web-portal streams the album in its entirety alongside premiering the new video „Scare Game.“ Hear both Alarm!’s Alarm in its entirety and see the „Scare Game“ video exclusively here: Alarm!: Listen to Stockholm Hardcore Group’s Killer Debut Album (PREMIERE) | Features | No Echo

Alarm! are a hardcore punk band from Stockholm, Sweden. After 20-plus years of playing together in Victims, Andy, Jon, and Gareth reunited in early 2023 with the ambition of making some new noise. Jon switched from guitar to bass, and the trio wrote a bunch of songs. About a year later, they were joined by Jon’s childhood friend, Henrik. This would be the first time the two had played together since their legendary hardcore band Outlast folded in the late ’90s.

Henrik’s vocals and Jon’s bass-playing are the key ingredients in taking Alarm!’s sound away from these Swedes‘ well-known crust-punk roots. The bass is both manic and melodic at the same time, pummeling the riffs behind the wall of guitar and drums. Henrik’s piercing vocals, raw yet steeped in emotion, scream of personal anguish and pissed-off, political rage. Alarm! have endeavored to evoke the classic Swedish sound whilst harking back to an ever-so-slight hint of melodic hardcore pre-Y2K.

Alarm! have a nine-song self-titled album already recorded and soon to be released by Armageddon Label, as well as an upcoming appearance on the second instalment of Malmö-based Quarantined Records‘ Greetings From Sweden compilation (distributed it the USA by Armageddon Label). As a follow-up to the debut album, a 7″ is already in the pipeline. A slew of shows in Sweden throughout 2023 have seen Alarm! share stages with the likes of Chain Whip, Nukies, and Sharp Tongues. Early 2024 marked their first trip abroad, to Spain, with Barcelona’s Enchastre. More shows are planned for 2024, both in Sweden and further afield.