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M.L.A.S. / Bio

Murder League All-Stars is the latest sound in the Metal/HipHop crossover genre. This fresh new sound promises to bring back the composition of old school hip hop and the thunderous Guitar riffs of Metal to music enthusiasts young and old. We are the reinvention of the Hip Hop and Metal of the past decades. We are bringing a historic fresh sound to the masses that will not be confused with anything else you have heard before.

Murder League All-Stars is just that, All-Stars from bands once responsible for their fresh sound. As the lead MC, "T" aka, Tim McMurtrie, original Guitarist of M.O.D. and Full Scale Riot. Tim was also the founding member of the Rap/Metal band Rhythm Trip. Jeff Wood is on Bass for the All-Stars. Jeff's experience comes from years of playing with bands such as Dillinger Escape Plan,Full Scale Riot and SHAT. Mike Huffnagel is our youngest All-Star but his talent far exceeds his experience. Dave Lescinsky formally of Hades and currently manning the drums for MLAS and his side project Autumn Hour. Dave has toured extensively throughout Europe and the US. Eddie Night has the vocal spot for the All-Stars, he comes from the NY NJ Hardcore scene when bands like the Cro-Mags, Bad Brains, Agnostic Front, Murphy's Law and many others reigned supreme. Eddie was the vocalist of the NJ Metal band, Ten Feet From Murder, who opened for Metal veterans such as Testament and many other big names. DJ A$harp adds the legitimate old school turntable skills to complete the revolutionary sound.

We are Murder League All-Stars

General Info

Band Members
T-MC, Eddie Night-Vocals, Paulie-Drums, Mike Huffnagel-Guitar, Jeff Wood-Bass, DJ A$harp
Artist Name
M.L.A.S.
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/murderleagueallstars
Active Since
03/10
Genres
Hip Hop / Metal / Crossover

Contact Info

Location
Newark, NJ
Manager
Jimmy Kang

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