No Way Out
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No Way Out


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Long Way to Nowhere (Outline records, 2001)
Waitin’ for Sunday (self-produced, 2003)
Waitin’ for Sunday (Sound Hills Japan, 2004)
Bipolar (GMM Records, licensed with Warner Bros Records, 2005)
Lo que Dura Dura (Warner Bros Records, 2008)



If there’s a rock band in Spain that knows about giving it all live, that band is No Way Out. Their shows are unforgettable; first because of the extraordinary energy they generate on stage and second because of their total generosity with the public. Whether in a small venue or Barcelona’s Olympic Stadium, they give their best, each concert being an explosion of melodies and dancing people.

No Way Out was born in 1998, though it was only with the edition of their first record (Long Way to Nowhere, Outline records) in 2001 when they began to hit the Spanish stages. The second album (Waitin’ for Sunday, self-produced, 2003) took them all over Spain, part of Europe and Japan (Waitin’ for Sunday, Sound Hills Japan, 2004). The played both as the headliner and as support to great bands such as Lagwagon, Ten Foot Pole, Satanic Surfers and Heideroosjes.

With their third record, Bipolar (GMM Records, licensed with Warner Bros Records, 2005), a 24 song double cd (12 songs in Spanish and 12 in English), produced and mixed by Joe Marlett (Blink 182, Foo Fighters, Reliant K) and mastered by Gavin Lurssen (Green Day, Ben Harper) No Way Out went on the road again playing over 60 shows in Spain and Japan. They also performed at prominent festivals such as MetroRock, Senglar Rock (with Lagwagon and Bad Religion), Urban Funke, Telecogresca, Mediatic Festival and Alaqüàs Festival. They also supported for Simple Plan and My Chemical Romance in two memorable shows during their visits to Spain.

Meanwhile, their television appearances have become more numerous. They have consolidated their position on the national music panorama thanks to appearances on shows like Buenafuente (Antenna 3), Los conciertos de Radio 3 (TVE) and Música Uno (TVE). The two video clips from the Bipolar album (No voy a Salir and Día Normal) are seen daily on the country’s most important musical programs (MTV, 40 Principales, Fly Music, Urbe TV, etc).

After the success of Bipolar and the subsequent year of touring, Oxi, Noel and Fèlix began the composition process on their new record (Lo que Dura Dura, Warner Bros. Records, 2008). After a year and a half they had a large selection of solid songs that motivated Warner to place their bets on the band again.

Lo Que Dura Dura, the forth studio record from No Way Out, counted once again on Joe Marlett’s production and mixing. They recorded the album during January and February of 2008 in the XIV Recorders and Signature Sound Studios in San Diego, California. The incalculable collaboration from Brian Baker (Bad Religion) Ilan Rubin (Lostprophets) and Mo Pérez (Delux) contributed without doubt to that qualitative jump that the band made with this new work. Mastered by Tom Baker (Hoobastank, My Chemical Romance, Bad Religion, New Found Glory …) Lo que Dura Dura counts with 15 new songs, 3 of them in English, that only confirm the natural evolution of the band’s sound.

With the new record chock full of great songs, (Lo que Dura Dura, Warner Bros Records, 2008), Oxi, Noel and Fèlix began in April of 2008 the presentation tour all over Spain. On top of that, Simple Plan chose them as the support group for the Spanish leg of their European tour, as well as Bon Jovi for his only show in Spain on the 1st of June in The Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.

The new record received critical acclaim from both the press and the public. The single “Lo Mismo” became a regular feature on radios all across the country (it just barely missed reaching the top ten on Spain’s biggest radio station, 40 Principales) and made a number of appearances on national TV (Fame! On Channel Cuatro, Corazón de Primavera on TVE, Loops on TV3 …) In September the group opened the 25th anniversary program on TV3 with their version of Rihanna’s “Umbrella.

At the end of 2008 Oxi decided to leave the band to settle down in the US and Sergi Monroy Navines became the new drummer. After winning the Revelation of the Year award at the Hobboritos’ awards, the band was also nominated for the same category in the 40 Principales awards.

Since February of this year the band is touring with the Basque punk band Dikers all over Spain. The tour “Gira con un par” is packing houses where ever they go and delighting thousands of fans.

At the end of April 2009 No Way Out will be flying to Mexico City to initiate their first Mexican tour, with 3 shows at the international cultures festival Ollin Kan 09.