Rock N' Roll needs new villains.
What happens when you go to a concert these days? You go see the show, come back home, and don't hear anything from that band until they come back around. There's no risk, no excitement, no shocking news headline. All bands these days look, sound, and act the same. Why was Guns N' Roses such an enormous rock band? Not only did they have a huge sound, but they had the balls to take down anyone in their way.
Rock is supposed to be dangerous, and that's where Sick Mind comes in. With killer looks, heavy song hooks, and an attitude to match the music, Sick Mind is bringing the rockstardom back into rock and roll.
Their dangerous, high-energy live shows have given them a huge fanbase in what most would say is a short amount of time. Amassing a following of hundreds, they've played some of the most famous venues in their state from the Stone Pony to the Starland Ballroom.
Due to their unique sound giving arena rock a heavy new twist, like Motley Crue meets Hinder, they've been able to open up for a wide variety of artists from Danger Danger to Marc Rizzo of Soulfly. One way or another, these boys are going to punch, smash, and rock their way to the top.
Rock N' Roll needs new villains. And Sick Mind can be the villains the world deserves.