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The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands | Established. Jan 01, 2008 | INDIE

The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2008
Band Rock Punk





The record is definitely tight and easy listening. You don’t have to like punk or hardcore at all to get into Fexet’s music, and in my personal experience that’s the only flaw. There are not much energetic outburst, flashing guitar solos, edgy riffs or exciting changes in tempo. The opening track “Way Back Home” and “Misconception” are powerful and catchy songs.
I think Fexet can reach a wide audience with their melody-driven punk rock. In fact, big thumbs up to these guys! Everything on this record seems to fit and I’m certainly stoked to hear what they can come up with on their next album. - Jouke Rispens

"Overseas 'Fexet - The Airport Guys'"

Words, I feel, cannot do this release justice. Every track on the album is unique, and shows that Fexet are the answer for any pop punk/punk rock fan who is eagerly searching for a band who will give them their next dosage of the best ear candy the new generation of rock musicians can provide. I haven’t come across an album quite like this one before; as it radiates so many positive vibes that fills your insides to the brim with sunshine. I am so excited to see what the future brings for Fexet, hopefully it is mainstream success, because I can really see the band breaking out in here in the UK, as well as across the pond. - Jasleen Dhindsa


Fexet - 'State Of Mind' EP (2012)

Fexet - 'Never Say Never' Demo (2010)



Hey kid…kid with the red hair, hey you…how old are you?

It’s NOFX’ Fat Mike asking a little kid with bracelets about his age at the Dutch Lowlands Festival in 2010 using him for his rude remarks for the rest of the show*.

Well …little did Fat Mike know that this kid is one of the best upcoming bass players in The Netherlands. And little did he know that this kid was going to support him 2 years later at the Melkweg in Amsterdam.

With Olivier taking over the drums from Smelly at a later show and Fat Mike not even noticing it. Revenge is a dish best served cold.


Together with band mates Sam (guitar and vocals) and Rogier (vocals and guitar) they are FEXET. Average age? 17 years old. Yes it’s true, but good God, playing with so much panache and skills, it makes you wonder what planet they come from.

Bill Stevenson,(Descendents/All, Only Crime and Black Flag) noticed the band, happily sat down behind the mixing desk and couldn’t believe that these guys, with that age, where playing like that.

FEXET’s upcoming debut album is called ‘Fexet presents The Airport Guys’ and the title refers to the band meeting NOFX at Amsterdam Airport. 

The result is a support slot on the NOFX show at the Melkweg, in Amsterdam the next day. From that moment on NOFX’ crew calls the band the “Airport Guys”

FEXET’s debut album is produced by René van der Zee, singer and guitarist of veteran Dutch punk rock outfit Cooper.

‘Before we started recording the album, we worked months with René on crafting the songs we wanted to record, fine-tuning every riff and tune.’, says Olivier. Resulting in 30 minutes of sharp explosive material, fully packed with melodies and hooks.

Being musicians with a solid musical education, the guys know exactly what they’re doing and how they want it.


And so news travels fast….Kung Fu’s  Joe Escalante’s surperior hearing noticed the band and immediately offers FEXET a contract.

Resulting in a world-wide release in October 2014 on Kung Fu Records.

Band Members