Joy Division-like post-punk band out of Hamont, a little village in the north of Limburg. Started out at the end of the 70's, inspired by early British punk bands like The Clash and The Damned. Short-lived but not forgotten. Their self-released single 'En Toen Was Er Niets Meer' (1981) is considered a true Belgian cult classic. After sporadic reunion gigs throughout the years, De Brassers are a working unit again as of 1998. In 2005 they even released a 5-song EP with new material. A compilation album surfaced three years later.