In 2002 four friends got together to form a rock band. Under the name of X-teller they constantly played gigs across the south of England for five years. In that time they honed their song writing skills and made two albums and two EPs which enjoyed excellent reviews.

In 2007 after a years break three members of the band felt the need to renergize their friendship and their music. A year later the three smashed on to the live scene with a new sound, a new full album “How a War is Won” and a new name “Hundred Days”.

The new name refers to the hundred days between Napoleon Bonaparte escaping imprisonment and the battle of Waterloo. After a year of peace the battle had to be won by both sides and just like Hundred Days and their new album it was an all or nothing situation.

Since then they have not let up on their on going tour introducing their own brand of hard rock to as many people as possible along the way recording follow up EP “Rise”.

Next came album “Mission Exodus” and this one is the biggest and best yet. Mostly recorded by the band themselves the record offers a mix of classic rock, high drama and some fun stuff. This 12 song/15 track album contains three tracks recorded at The Animal Farm studios in London and a bonus track from a live radio show ‘Live at Orchard’ broadcast on Glastonbury FM. The album is out now from all good digital stockists.

Currently the band are writing and recording a new album to be released later in 2014. In the meantime you can the catch a taste of the new material if you find the band on the live scene.

Good heavy rock music made by a lasting friendship and a solid understanding of the craft of song writing, this is Hundred Days.

 

Discography

 

Hundred Days

2013 Beg for Moore – EP

2011 Mission Exodus – Album

2011 Burn in Hell – Single

2010 Suicide Joe – Single

2009 Rise – EP 2008

How a War is Won – Album

 

X-Teller

2005 Acoustic – EP

2004 Run on the Rooftops – Album

2003 Between These Lives – album

2002 Thousand Lifetimes – EP

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