Hypernova

Biography

Hypernova is an Iranian indie-rock band formed in Tehran. The band includes guitarist Kodi; drummer Kami; bassist Jam (for Jamshid); and singer/guitarist "King" Raam, who was born in Iran but spent time in his youth living in Oregon.

History and Biography

Hypernova is an Iranian indie-rock band formed in Tehran. The band includes guitarist Kodi (his nick name), 18 (in 2008); drummer Kami, 26; bassist Jam (for Jamshid), 27; and singer/guitarist "King" Raam, 26, who was born in Iran but spent time in his youth living in Oregon, and speaks/sings in English.

They had their first ever U.S. tour in 2007 despite visa problems, and performed in places like California and New York. They have been residing in California and performing in different cities in America since then. They have planned a joint U.S. tour in November 2008 with "The Sisters of Mercy," an English gothic rock band firmed in 1980 by Andrew Eldritch (vocalist, keyboards, guitars).

Discography

  • Fairy Tales That Don't Have Happy Endings
  • Universal
  • Lost in Space
  • American Dream
  • Somewhere Far Away
  • Viva La Resistance
Their Debut album "Through the Chaos" is produced by Herwig Maurer and mixed by Sean Beavin and is expected to be released by 2009.

Hypernova: "Fairy Tales" video
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