Stolen Organ

Stolen Organ (Rock) - Finland

Stolen Organ is a Finnish rock band and we just released 21.1.2022 album Have You Seen Justice on every music stream services around the globe. Album is mastered by Mika Jussila (Armophis, Nightwish, HIM…) from Finnvox Studios and he praised the album is brilliant. Musically our goal is to break limits and to make ass kicking guitar riffs and create vocal melodies which are annoyingly memorable. Our singer have unique sound.

Band members:

Kido Landslide, vocals
K1imeli, bass
Jack McDaniel, guitar
Fenno, guitar
Monday, drums


"Have You Seen Justice" Album Review
The opener (and longest track on the album) "Pirate" features a minute or so of slow build instrumentation before the vocals kick in. Around the two minute mark, the track hits its full stride and cultivates a strong foundation as an opener. "Man Like Machine" gets right into it from the first note. The track doesn't waste any time in hitting hard and heavy with its riffs and vocals. The old school Rock flair and confidence is at an all time high as the track hits all the right notes. The single "Booze Devil" is up next and is no wonder why it was chosen as a single. The track features a catchy throwback Rock sound that's easy to get into and dance and sing along to. The chorus will be chanted back in a live setting for sure. "Part of the System" has vocals that showcase more of a dynamic range as the guitar swirl around. The track is on point with its instrumentation and keeps the steady pace perfectly. "On the Road" dips the energy down a bit. The track is an emotional journey as it's more of a Rock ballad. The passion pours out with every note and the lighters will be on full display when performed live. "Break Your Knees" picks the energy back up. The riffs in the beginning set a nice high octane tone. The vocals once again have quite a distinct sound to them as the melodies try to keep up with the instrumentation. The guitar work is tremendous and really shines bright overall. "Criminal Mind" has that flair like "Man Like Machine" has but puts in a more Rocky Horror Picture Show like twist. The track works well with its overall sound and is sure to be a hit with listeners. "Land of Glory" features more stellar guitar work as the vocals keep the melodies driving things forward. The track is controlled chaos and when it lets loose, it really creates a gem like sound. "Crazy" is just like the name suggests. The track goes all out and needs to be heard to be believed. Such a great track to just jam out to! "Sandcrawler" is more moody in its delivery but still maintains that Hard Rock crunch. The chorus is easy to sing along to and should be a toe tapping track overall for sure. "Rocking Star" is another ballad that pulls at the heartstrings. The track glides along a more melodic path but still hits heavy with its riffs at times. The closer "Red Head Girl" ends the album on a high note as it doesn't hold anything back. The track summarizes everything that the band is all about and that's heavy, fast, Rock through and through with no slowing down.

Stolen Organ's newest masterpiece album tingles all the Rock music senses.

-Interview- (2/3/22)
1. How did you get started with music and how did you develop your sound? Who thought of the name “Stolen Organ" and is there any meaning behind it?

Our name has many meanings and many layers. One of those layers is the fact, that we all have been played in many different kind of line-ups before Stolen Organ and we have absorbed the influences of many role models and from those influences was born ”a child” whose heart had been stolen in a cradle.

2. What do you want people to take away from your music?

Dreams, stories and a pure Rock’n Roll attitude!

3. How would you describe your sound to the average listener?

Our sound is something very familiar but what still is something new and fresh.

4. Who are three bands you’d like to tour with?

Guns ’N Roses, Michael Monroe and a Finnish band called ”Eläkeläiset”.

5. How has Covid affected what you do as a band?

The pandemic has completely prevented our gigs, lot of gigs have been cancelled and it has also limited how we have been able to compose the material together and have had to adjust our prejudices about the situation.

6. What’s your take on the current state of Rock?

Some of the really great rock artists are already old and some have already continued their journey forward from this life but the situation has not changed at all as the need for rock music is at least as great as ever, if not even greater.

7. What’s the current music scene like locally there in Finland?

Pop- and metal-music seems to dominate in here. Finnish people are open for the rock music that’s for sure. Good rock music exists in here but you just have to find it.

8. What’s your take on the royalties that streaming services pay out to artists?

Streaming makes music accessible to people but at the same time a lot of good music doesn’t reach the listeners because the amount of music available is huge. The royalties are much lower than the income from the music was before physical albums were purchased. Today, musicians earn their salaries mainly through gigs.

9. What’s next for Stolen Organ?

A lot of gigs! Also we work hard that we get physical CD’s and other merchandise for sale. Later in the spring, we will also start working on new material.

10. Any shoutouts?

Shoutouts to our biggest inspirations! Also to the people who have been working with us and helped us make the music video and the Have You Seen Justice - album. Tuhkafilms Entertainment for shooting our music video, J. Angelius from 31st Highway Productions for recording instruments for the album, Juho Rinne for mixing our album and Mika Jussila from Finnvox Studios for mastering the album (note, Mika have been also mastered albums to other Finnish bands like HIM, Nightwish, Amorphis and so on). In the end, we hope that all of those who listens our music enjoys it very much.