The band was founded as Noise by three students in 1976 named after the town of Neuss, but changed names when the monicker clashed with another band’s. The band covered acts like Status Quo. Rainer joined shortly thereafter. The group taped a demo at Dieter Dierks’ studio. The band played East Germany in 1989, which was a rare occurrence at that time. More European dates were also undertaken. Hormel left the band after the debut. Too Young To Die was more commercial. The band split up in 1997 following multiple member defections. Perle and Nicklas were unhappy with the direction of the group. Ronny had left and was replaced. The remaining guys attempted to continue as Union Rox, but it was not to be.