QOPH started in the late 90's as pioneers of the Swedish stoner rock scene. Most notable was the numerous concerts, or "Psychedelic Evenings" as they were called, at the legendary Studion in Stockholm, where the band sold out time after time.
The album "Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter" ("Kaleidoscopic Activities"), released in 1998, gained international recognition, despite being sung in Swedish.
After the release of the E.P. "Än lyser månen" in 2000, QOPH started developing a more heavy sound, as well as writing in the English language.
"Pyrola" was released in Sweden, Germany and Japan in 2004, and featured several guest apperances, including Mats Öberg (Mats/Morgan), Joakim Svalberg (Opeth, Yngwie Malmsteen) and Nicklas Barker (Anekdoten).
Besides playing festivals in Europe and the United States, QOPH has been working on their third album, "Freaks", which will be released in December of 2012.