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Ripple By Stimuli Brings Back The Goodness of Metal In Latest Video

9 Oct

Get that play button ready to go as this Oakland, California band will not disappoint with their latest release. Ripple by Stimuli carries all of the best qualities of heavy metal music and classic rock. From the opening instrumentals to the powerful lyrics, Stimuli does not stop their strong instrumental and lyrical presence at all through the following release. This video is a new release after the song made its debut off of their They Are We album back in 2018. An interesting fact about this song is that it was originally titled Ripple in Perception, making a reference to the concept of time and how people experience it. Making up the band includes the talents of Jimmy Tomahawk (vocals and guitar), Tai Hake (bass), and Cole Andrew (drums). Overall, the instrumental base of their song and their music carries into the comparisons of being similar to Alice in Chains, Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, and Nirvana. Its easy in the world of rock music to apply heavy bass, “textures” throughout your music, and scream lyrics. Stimuli shatters the stereotype of wannabes and brings the acclaimed qualities that those who have a soft spot for metal, both classic and modern all together to listen to the rawness that the world of music offers.

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Crow Eats Man Mixes Metal With The Undertones Of 90s Iconic Rock In Single Jaded

3 Jan

Crow Eats Man brings a mixture of metal with their hard rock vibes within their track Jaded. Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area, the members of Crow Eats Man drew inspiration from 90s rock, film and video soundtracks, and the masters of jazz. The single Jaded combines the edginess of metal and the grunge of alternative rock to bring you an overall crafted and intentional sound. The lyrics “I’m Jaded, bring me to my knees, can’t bring me down exemplify the overall tone and vibe of the song. Merge the vocal talents of Sebastian Sanchez with the accompanying guitar riffs and drumming at the right points of rage within the track all unite to form nothing short of a brilliant piece off their newly released EP.

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