The band had its start in 2017 in Verdal, Norway. On March 8th, 2019 they self-published their first album: "Rock `N´ Roll Beats & Electric Guitars". The album landed a spot on Sleaze Roxx’s “Top Ten Albums of 2019”. During the same year, PROSPECT played several concerts around Norway and toured in Eastern Europe. One notable concert was as support for the legendary band Backstreet Girls.
In 2020 PROSPECT put its full focus on their second album: "All Bets Are Off". 10 brand new songs were recorded at Lydfolket Studio, and the album was released on August 13th, 2021. The album is a testament and love letter to Rock ‘n’ Roll, and was published by Rob Mules Records.
Already during Prospect’s soundcheck we knew we would witness something special. The sound from the speakers were intense, tight and energetic. But it was the vocalist that we really noticed. He strutted around and owned the stage in a way that made Mick Jagger and Axl Rose seem like geriatric stroke patients. The man flew around like the ball in a pinball machine, as if someone had filled his lungs with itching powder. And this was only the sound check! What will it be like when the concert starts? If the soundcheck had been a blowout, the concert was a controlled nuclear explosion.
All killer, no filler. Real rock really isn’t dead! There are no weak tracks to speak of on “Rock ‘N’ Roll Beats and Electric Guitars.” It’s simply balls to the wall rock n’ roll that’s simple and effective. Trust me when I say that Prospect have delivered one of the most rocking and best albums of the year 2019!
Prospect is a band that takes us back to the golden years for fast, solid and cool guitar riffs, punchy bass sound, followed by energetic drums and an insane vocal. When you hear them, and not to mention SEE their energetic live show (which could probably replace a dozen windmills, purely in terms of energy), it’s easy to understand that they’ve been inspired, as mentioned, by AC/DC and Airbourne, but also Guns N’ Roses, Mötley Crüe and other solid bands from the 70’s ‘til now