A Road To Damascus
(ARTD) is breaking out as one of the most significant new rockbands in Denmark. They cut the American
rock scene with pop-punk, bringing memorable melodies reminiscent of 30 Seconds To Mars, together with a Green Day to-the-bone style songwriting.
On ARTD's new album "In Retrospect" the band take a step back to reflect on their lives and the choices they've made along the way: "Many of
the songs on the new album deal with the significance of the decisions we make and question those things we are not happy with. I think it’s
important not just to go through life on autopilot." says guitarist Mads Møller.
Musically the band takes big steps forward exploring their ability to produce an even bigger and catchier sound. The band travelled to Radionika
Studios in Stockholm (Sweden) to record their new album in collaboration with producer Dino Medanhodzic. Here they refined their characteristic
soundscape with Medanohodzic’s own Nordic interpretation of the big American rock / pop-punk sound.
ARTD released their first EP in 2010, followed by their self-titled debut album in 2011. The album received excellent reviews in Denmark, Sweden,
Germany and the United States and gave them a nomination at the Underground Music Awards in Denmark. In 2010, ARTD d the now annual
Rock'N'Charity tour. The Rock'N'Charity Tour has taken ARTD to all corners of Denmark, while raising money for the
Boernecancerfonden (Children's Cancer Foundation). In 2012, the band donated over 50.000 Danish Kroner raised from more than 10 concerts in the
country -The biggest success of Rock’N’Charity as of yet. Read more at www.rockncharity.dk.
The new album "In Retrospect" is out via Mighty Music on August 25th 2014.
The band is celebrating the album release with an official party at High Voltage in Copenhagen on August 22th, and shall thereafter embark on
Rock’N’Charity Tour 2014 in Denmark