No Fun At All (often abbreviated to just NFAA) is a punk rock band that was formed in the summer of 1991. The group initially consisted of Mikael Danielsson (guitar), Henrik Sunvisson (bass guitar) and Jimmy Olsson (vocals, drums). The band was originally from Skinnskatteberg, a small town in Sweden. The name was inspired by a tongue-in-cheek version of the Stooges' song "No Fun" as covered by the Sex Pistols, and the name of the band Sick Of It All. The group released their albums on the Swedish label Burning Heart Records outside the United States. Within the U.S., No Fun At All's albums were released by Theologian Records and later by Epitaph Records.
In 1993, Jimmy Olsson left the band to concentrate on his other band Sober. No Fun At All then recruited three new members in Ingemar Jansson (vocals), Krister Johansson (guitar) and Kjell Ramstedt (drums). In 1999, Sunvisson left No Fun At All. Danielsson switched from guitar to bass guitar and Stefan Neuman, from Tribulation, took up the vacant guitar slot. On 11 November, 2001, after ten years together and over 250,000 album sales worldwide, No Fun At All decided to quit.
Since 2004, No Fun At All has performed some reunion gigs. At the reunion show at the Groezrock Festival, No Fun At All announced that they would bring out a new album in the fall of 2008.
On 10 October, 2004, they shot a DVD of 17 live songs and some backstage footage at an NFAA reunion show in Cologne.