COFFEESHOWER started their rocking career back in L’Aquila, the notorious small town in middle of Italy which was recently hit by a 6.3 magnitue earthquake. Let's go back to the year 2000. The Coffee boys made a pretty original use of the punk-rock ingredients right from the start, which made this band one of the most interesting acts around, compared to the thousands of 90’s core oriented bands from the local scene at that time. Their unique blend of breathtaking melodies and rough guitar riffs (in the veins of Down By Law, Avail, early Offspring, early Saves The Day, Hot Water Music, Bad Religion and why not also Police, The Cure and Television) allowed them gaining pretty big fan support and local press attention along the way. Their 5-track self-released debut "A Product For The Youth Development" (2001) was sold out in few months and was eagerly reviewed on plenty of webzines around the punk planet. During their DIY years, they kept touring extensively across the state and several times abroad, also supporting such bands as MISCONDUCT, GAMITS, PUNKREAS, BEERBONG, FONZIE, FORTY WINKS, BELVEDERE, always shaking the audience with their terrific fast-paced songs and their energy-packed live shows. After their 2003 live performance at the INDEPENDENT DAYS FESTIVAL, Nh-N records (a small but hectic label from Italy) signed the band and released the split-cd “Split by Side”, featuring COFFEESHOWER together with the Dutch band DEPENDENT. The year 2005 was a year of change definitely. After another German tour and mostly due to line-up problems they stopped their touring activity for a while. During this short hiatus they practiced again as much as the first times and they wrote lots of new material. Then they came back with a bunch of new astonishing songs that actually caught the band in the act of growing up. Kinda rock tunes that sound like emo that meets punk in a bar and then they drink whiskey together while the barman sings the blues. The new hit “Black Tie” was published on the Punkster Magazine free sampler cd on January 2006. Then the time came for touring again. So, with a new guitarist on board, they appeared at HEINEKEN JAMMIN’ FESTIVAL (yeah, the same festival where METALLICA, DARKNESS and AVENGED SEVENFOLD have played!) and eventually they played the Switzerland date of TASTE OF CHAOS, sharing the main stage with such huge bands as TAKING BACK SUNDAY, ANTI-FLAG, UNDEROATH, SAOSIN and SENSES FAIL! After that they toured with MUCH THE SAME and then started the new recordings. These recording were more than a hassle for many reasons and they changed the studio and started over again. After touring with CHUCK RAGAN e tragic earthwuake hit their hometown L'Aquila. This massive tragedy changed a lot COFFEESHOWER plans but they after a few weeks only the Coffee boys were back on the road and finally finished their new album. A bunch of songs full of passion and sweat, hope and despair at the same time. After these recordings the bass player Eman left the bad due to personal commitments in his life. Anthony a dear old friend of Fausto and Pier is currently filling on bass. They are in the process of seeking the new label now and making new touring plans.