Excitement is building among music lovers as the renowned rock sensation, The Axe Band, is all set to deliver an electrifying live performance at Kathmandu University on September 23rd. This highly anticipated event promises to be a night of unforgettable music and entertainment.
The Axe Band, known for their powerful stage presence and an eclectic mix of rock, pop, and fusion, has captivated audiences both nationally and internationally. With their high-energy performances and chart-topping hits, they are sure to create an electric atmosphere that will leave the crowd wanting more.Kathmandu University’s picturesque campus provides an ideal backdrop for this musical extravaganza, making it a must-attend event for both students and the wider community. Gates open in the evening, and tickets are available for purchase at the venue.Mark your calendars for September 23rd and get ready to rock out with The Axe Band as they take Kathmandu University by storm. It’s a night of music and memories you won’t want to miss!
With current members Shiva Mukhiyaa on bass and vocals, Sajal Rajbhandari on guitars, and Surendra Shrestha on drums, The Axe Band-Nepali is one of the most well-known bands in Nepal. The group was founded in 1992.The group formed in 1993 after beginning as a garage band in 1992. They released their debut record, “Dhunwa,” which did not perform well at the time. After Ramesh Gyawali left for his studies abroad in 1995, Siddharth entered the picture. Being a 3-man band at the time, however, was challenging because “Farkera Herda” gave off an old folk flavor and did not reflect the band’s alternative style. The band’s name was first publicized on the same album in the Nepali music industry when their songs “Chiya Barima” and “Pallo Dadama” were top hits. As a result, playing the same sound from their hit album proved difficult.In their hometown’s destroyed room, the remaining lads practiced a lot, with Shiva taking charge of the fundamentals as well. Then, following a lengthy hiatus, they released their third album, “Majhi Dai” (2000). The CD showcased the three men’s superb chemistry and had a taste of both hard rock and southern rock.