Euro Trash - the diverse yet nostalgic album of Skatepunks Venerea has been produced by Gustav Brunn of Atlas Losing Grip at the legendary Tambourine Studios in Malmö. It's exeptional singles "Blind Faith", "A Case Of Corona" and the summer anthem "Summer of 94" with a guest appearance of Millencolin, Adhesive and No Fun At All - have prepared punk rock fans for one of the most interesting albums of the year.
Venerea were the second generation of mid-nineties punk rock with tours through Europe, North America and Asia including Vans Off The Wall, sharing 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.
The broad variety of topics and lyrics show the different inspirations of the band: from humorous stories to political ones. Venerea are story-tellers. The biography of an ex-drummer's wife. The story of their musical upbringing. The story of a refugee's father.
Euro Trash is probably everything but trash, but a collection of punk rock stories worth listening to!