Uppsala Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral in the Nordic region, and the city also has burial mounds from the Viking era and most importantly the band Dimma!
This hard hitting trio Dimma (Fog) from Uppsala, Sweden, combines heavy riffs, high voltage rock’n roll and some psychedelic sounds of the 60s. They plays homemade hard rock and they will soon release the album Imorgon Börjar Allting Om. The music is for fans of Abramis Brama, November and Magnolia. Bandcamp is the place to listen to Dimma.
Dimma was founded in 2000, Uppsala, Sweden by Jennische brothers Rikard (Mugwumps) on guitars and Jakob (454, Fuzzdevil), Olle Nilsson (Mugwumps) on drums, and Albert Gustavsson (Mat Åt Far, Minneslunden) on vocals. Since then, they have written and performed hard rock with Swedish lyrics.
The sound of the band is usually described as heavily influenced by Black Sabbath and Swedish hard rock veterans November. Their first self-titled EP was released in 2000, and their full-length debut Pengar I Sjön was released in 2004. Shortly afterwards, singer Albert Gustavsson left the group and the vocals were took up by Rikard Jennische – ever since, Dimma is a trio.
2008 saw the light of the critically acclaimed album På Grund Av Dimma. It was followed by 2011’s Tredje Dimma, the first one on vinyl. In 2016, Dimma released Dimma Över Ekeb on Open Mind Record,a record based on themes about their hometown, Uppsala.
Transubstans records is the CD label of Swedish company Record Heaven. Transubstans Records is the label behind Dimma, and they focus on few band but always band with very high quality.
Besides Transubstans they have 3 other sub-labels, Sakuntala Records which focus more of acid folk & singer sing writer style, and also Troglodyte Records, which will be more towards garage-rock and / or semi punky & raw music & finally we have Denomination Records, which focus on metal.