MP3 The Bastard Suns - Blood, Sweat & Beers
Komplettes MP3 Album von The Bastard Suns
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Reggae infused Punk-Rock
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The Bastard Suns original music is mostly comprised of reggae infused punk rock, often mixed with Irish drinking music. They bring a high energy performance, popular with both sexes and most age groups. They have made it their mission to play an intense, high energy and enjoyable show every time. Currently The Bastard Suns are playing weekly shows all over Atlanta. They have amassed a very large and dedicated fan base with their unique combination of dancehall reggae and high speed punk rock- affectionately and appropriately dubbed as “drunk rock” by their fans.
Clayton Hiers - Lead Vocals, Backing Percussion
Wes Driscoll - Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals
Kevin Howell - Rhythm Guitar
Levon White - Bass Guitar
Zack Adcock - Drums
Jason Otterness - Percussion, Backing Vocals
The Bastard Suns is one of the most exciting live acts I’ve ever seen! To start with, they have rented a bus and brought all their fans to every show. The lead singer really works the crowd, and these guys have a great time just playing music. The Bastard Suns remind me of Sublime, with that reggae rock feel. In addition to that, they have a percussion section and a huge crowd that likes to drink and party!
Bodog Battle of the Bands – Regional Manager
This band is one of the easiest bands I have ever worked with to get together and play a show for me. They made my birthday party the best show I have ever been to. They are always easy to deal with, and a blast to work with. They are professional, courteous and nothing but a pleasure to work with. I highly recommend them to anyone considering booking them.
Chwdog Productions (Music/Concert Promoters)
The Bastard Suns...what words can you use to describe this band? Dedicated, crazy and energetic spring to mind, just to name a few. When confronted with their brilliantly intoxicating mix of grassroots reggae chased with both old and new punk-rock movements, these guys most assuredly will not leave you disappointed.
From Clay’s brilliant vocals and get-down-and-dirty with the crowd attitude, to the punishing twin guitar assault of Kevin and Wes, to the uncompromising rhythm section provided by Chris, Jason and Zack, the sound is tight and refined. Even with all their refined talent you can still feel raw emotion dripping out of their songs like the sweat off an ice cold beer, which the band is known to consume copious amounts of during any one of their mind-blowing sets.
It’s both refreshing and intoxicating at the same time. If you’re in to the punk-reggae sound or you just wanna come out to chill and drink a good sarsaparilla or two or six, everyone will find something about The Bastard Suns’ show they are sure to enjoy. And if not, then let ’em know and they will find a way to get you to enjoy it.
Review of “The Bastard Suns”
May 22nd, 2006