IEatHeartAttacks was started by brothers Jompi and Noppers under the looming Dovre mountains, in the secluded norwegian valley of Gudbrandsdalen. In this focal point of old norse mythology and culture, the local folk music is well known for its disharmonic intensity and devilish harmonics. The debut album of IEatHeartAttacks follow many years of rehearsal and experimentation, resulting in a raw, yet defined sound. Though IEatHeartAttacks has their name from a Blood Brothers song, Jompi and Nopper’s youth was shaped by the norwegian hardcore scene of the 00s, with bands like JREwing, Snöras, Kaospilot and The Spectacle making lasting impressions. Enforced by master bass player Erik, Ieatheartattacks has added a melodic nerve and sophisticated detail to their early wild years. The songwriting follows the classic punk ethos of less is more: When the message is delivered, the song is over. There is a unique flow in the IEatHeartAttacks songs, with blending harmonies and disharmonies whipped up by scorching new-waveish beats and catchy breaks.