A fine job-- bumped in with enthusiasm! These guys are maybe
diamonds in the rough, if they can get a handle on the chocolate
But as they mature it'll probably branch out: why am I thinking of
Morello right before he started growing some hair...especially
when his fingers get as big as the board?
Dream band with three guitars in it will probably always
be Vern Reid, Tom and Steve Morse... if I could cram
all that ego into one studio at the same time.
What.. Color It Ragein' Purple-- the fans'll be called CIRPs.
(sound like 'k' in front)
The material would be so awe blasto it'd make you cry
like a baby just picking up the CD ROFL
Wow I'm impressed, as a guitar/bass player, and member of a few bands for 30+ years. Not my taste in music but..
For a three piece they sounded heavy. They were tight. The drummer was good, none of them were trying to be too flash, as younger players often do.
Yeah, with a good singer they would be a band to watch for.
In the UK it's common for bands to get started at that age, even recording and releasing materiel. In America the bands all tend to be older before
they get big.
There was a great band called Eater who were all school kids, about 16, who told Johnny Rotten, when he was still in the Pistols, he was too old.
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This is awesome. I like seeing kids getting into music, it's so heartbreaking to see them always in front of a screen... Wasting their childhood days
away inside playing games that simulate outdoor fun...
They remind me so much of the Bad Brains !!!
They were a two piece initially apparently . They need a strong vocalist ,and bam ,that's it .
They should be signed already .
They're even younger than Cherri Bombs
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