Witchburn and The Heroine
Witchburn: Heavy, downtuned, and a little southern fried, this is whiskey soaked sabbra cadabra. Their live show pulsates with seething, sultry and sweaty energy. Bringing as much groove as brutal thunder, the music is like a hammer, crashing down from the sky, straight into your soul... only you welcome its impact the moment they tear into their first song. Spilling their guts on every stage they play, they've done shows and or tours with Slipknot, Helmet, Crowbar, Prong, Saint Vitus, Blue Cheer, Mudvayne, Dio Disciples, Orange Goblin, Fu Manchu, 3 Inches of Blood, Doro Pesch, Trouble, Zeke, Pentagram and Valient Thorr, to name a few. Featuring the soaring, soulful vocal power and prowess of Jamie Nova and the monster riff-crafting of Mischa Kianne on guitar, and occasionally violin too, along with the unmatched low-end heaviness of Jacy Peckham on bass coupled with the bone-crushing, rock solid groove offering from Dana Sims behind the drums, Witchburn is the sound of rebellion in the voice of a hate-child, conceived during a mythical orgy between Black Sabbath, Janis Joplin, Ronnie James Dio and Heart.
The Heroine: "This band is BAD ASS!" - Tommy Lee (MOTLEY CRUE)
Some bands define themselves with style; others prefer to use relentless touring. Still others seek notoriety with the quality of songwriting and musicianship, or with on-stage acrobatics and off-stage antics. It is rarely that a band comes along that possesses a piece of each of these "defining qualities," yet remains defined by something else altogether: Its work ethic.
San Antonio's The Heroine is one such band. Working towards lofty (but achievable) goals is a credo that each member of this hammer-swinging, five-piece rock 'n' roll juggernaut lives each of his days by (four of the band's members are contractors, while one is an aircraft mechanic). Whether the band is on or off the road, The Heroine works hard, and the band's high energy Rock n Roll works its listeners hard in return.
Started in October 2007, The Heroine has earned their street cred and respect by the grueling tour schedule the endure. The swagger that they carry is defined by their must-see live show. Guhly Vargulish's heavy bass, and the dual guitar riffing provided by The Kid and Dibby Disaster, are equal parts Thin Lizzy and Every Time I Die. Meanwhile, the sonic tug-o-war between Johnny Lightning's urgent drumming and Lynnwood King's blue-collar lyrics connects with its audience in a manner that is reminiscent of soul great, James Brown.
The Heroine's many years of toil have payed off in a big way: The band has scored endorsements from Guitar Center, Gibson Guitars, Ernie Ball and an exclusive national distribution deal with Best Buy stores.
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7601 Evergreen Way
Everett, WA 98203
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