The Danish band Annominus has been a local favorite in the Danish underground for a while. With the debut-album “End Of Atonement” soon to be released, the band has a bulletproof card to gain the audience favour – also outside the Danish borders.Annominus was formed in 2009 with a goal of creating a musical universe in line with their favorite bands from the rock- and metal scene. The intention was not to come up with a revolutionary new sound, but to take the best of what they knew and loved, and adding their own personal touch.This resulted in the debut EP “Vashta Nerada” from 2011 which quickly spawned a lot of attention on the local scene.After several big concerts, among others as support for Amorphis, the band started the recording of their debut album “End Of Atonement” in the fall of 2013.“End Of Atonement” can best be described as a mixture of hard rock and metal with crunching riffs, powerful melodic vocals, clean and dirty passages characterizing the overall sound. Combined it creates pleasant flashbacks to the ‘00s metal scene, but with an injection of trucker-rock and a give’em-hell attitude that rips it into the new decade.With inspirations ranging from such distinct bands as Pink Floyd to Rammstein, Annominus is tackling the topic of a personal recovery process and gives the listener a character-driven evolution through the album’s 10 tracks.The album is recorded in CB-Studios and is produced by Christian Bonde (Volbeat, D-A-D, Dawn Of Demise etc.)The release date is set and Annominus is gearing up to show the world that they are here to stay.