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Hinder’s certainly had quite the ride to arrive at this point in their careers. Their 2005 debut, Extreme Behavior, sold over three-million copies in the U.S., while its breakthrough single “Lips of an Angel” hit #1 on the Billboard Pop Chart. The record’s follow-up in 2008, Take it to the Limit, surpassed Gold status after debuting at #4 on the Billboard Top 200 with over 80,000 copies sold first week. Meanwhile, their third effort, All American Nightmare, dropped in 2010, followed by Welcome To The Freakshow in 2012 . Along the way, the band has shared the stage on national tours with everyone from Mötley Crüe and Nickelback to Aerosmith and Papa Roach. The multi-platinum Oklahoma City hard rockers Joe “Blower” Garvey, Mark King, Mike Rodden, and Cody Hanson — entered the studio in the spring to begin recording a brand new effort which will be co-produced by Hanson and Marshal Dutton. There are no boundaries, and every idea is going to be fair game throughout the process. Hanson says, “We like to think we can do anything. We don’t want to be stuck in a rut with one type of sound or formula. One song might have a country influence, while another might have a pop influence. Then, there are some heavy metal moments. We have every element covered on this record. You’ve got to do what’s best for the song.” After nearly a decade, Hinder are stronger than ever. Hanson concludes, “This band was built around a strong core of hard work and friendship. Like it or not, we’re going to be around for a long time.”
Like A Storm
Formed by brothers Chris, Matt & Kent Brooks, New Zealand band Like A Storm has made huge waves in both the U.S & Europe – labeled “one of the hottest buzz bands out there right now,” by National Rock Review.
With a brand new album out through Century Media/Another Century, this year the Storm spreads to Europe and the rest of the world.
The band of brothers moved from Auckland, NZ to North America knowing no one. Renowned for their explosive live show, LAS quickly climbed the ranks, having now toured arenas and large clubs all across the US with such heavy-weights as: Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Steel Panther, Shinedown, HellYeah & more.
Their connection with the crowds every night was instant – Their first album, “The End of The Beginning,” debuted in the Billboard Top 200 from nightly tour sales alone.
Like A Storm’s brand new single, “Love The Way You Hate Me” has been #1 on the biggest rock station in North America for 5 weeks. Its stateside success makes LAS the highest-charting New Zealand rock act in US radio history.
The track connected with listeners everywhere. When a new single typically lasts a few weeks at US radio, “Love The Way You Hate Me” blasted for over 9 months! Outlasting singles from much more established acts.
The official video for “Love The Way You Hate Me”, which features a zombie mob of actual LAS fans, has over 2 million views on Youtube.
The track was inspired when someone at a truck-stop in small-town USA called one of the brothers a “freak.” Produced by the band themselves, it’s one of the first, if not the only, charting single to feature the ancient Aboriginal wood instrument, the Didgeridoo. When combined with crushing guitars and prog drumming, “Didgeridoo Metal” was born.
Their brand new album, “Awaken The Fire” is one of the first releases from Century Media imprint ANOTHER CENTURY, and will be released all across Europe on March 16th, 2015
Like A Storm will be touring all across Europe in 2015 supporting the release.
Growing up in Rome, Georgia, Brad began playing guitar at the age of twelve. His influences included such artists as Third Eye Band, Prince, White Snake and Maxwell. Having a keen sense of creativity led to his writing with a particular focus on lyrics. His writing styles range from ballad love songs to reggae and include topics as diverse as political and social commentaries as well as more personal and sensitive subjects with a mass appeal.
With his first album, “So What,” recorded at Kent Wells Studios in Nashville, Brad showcases a collection of songs reminiscent of John Mayer, Dave Matthews and Sublime. The album includes songs such as the title cut, “So What,” “Homeward Bound,” “Crimes,” and “Twisted.” His talents stretch to more than just the guitar, playing banjo, bass, drums and keyboards. A-list studio musicians from Nashville included session leader Mike Brignardello, Mike Rojas, Rob McNelley and Matt Combs.
While attending Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brad began writing hundreds of songs and performed around the city before returning home to the Southeast and beginning to play locally. He currently is still writing, performing and touring with his band, Guest House.