No Frontiers band starts in 2000 at high school, from a lifetime friends’ idea: Riccardo and brothers Alessandro and Daniele.
The band has its roots in the common passion for rock and punk rock music, inspired by the main bands of early-2000’s punk revival wave, such as blink-182, Green Day, Sum 41 and The Offspring.
Despite the very young age, the trio competes immediately with some of the most important rock venues in Milan, 4 live EPs: prelude to the first studio album, Unauthorized Noises, a 14 tracks LP published in 2003, when the line-up turned into a 4 pieces band with the addition of a bass player.
The following are years of great changes: periods of intense live activity
alternate with others dedicated to creative work in studio. This is how No Frontiers begins to explore different rock genres, from heavy rock to ballads through hardcore and ska, offering the audience a gradually larger and mature repertoire.
In 2011, “Quasar (Esister Così)”, the first single in Italian, is released as a starting point of a new era for the band, much more oriented to live activity. In 2012, “Wien” single anticipates the release of Blowing the Dust Away, a self-produced 5 tracks EP, while in the summer of 2013 Ettore joins the band as bass player.
The renewed line-up gives No Frontiers the right momentum to change pace and turn the page: this is the meaning of “Moving Forward”, the second entirely self-produced LP by the band, released in December 2015 as an ideal outcome of an important path of personal and musical growth. “Moving Forward” features 9 tracks that, without abandoning punk-rock as a reference genre, summarize everything the four guys have learned in music and life.