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Damn Son / Bio

Founded in mid 2009, Damn Son has played over 200 live heavy metal performances throughout Central Florida with other Metal bands including Blood by Dawn, Death Immortal, No Self, Condemn the Infection, Rising Up Angry, One Body Blade, Lydia Can't Breathe, Down Slave, Atomic Fate,Hair of the Beast and many more.

Heavily influenced by other well known bands such as Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Megadeth, Metallica and Pantera, Damn Son combines many styles of old school heavy metal and thrash. Their music is melodic, heavy metal with an old school approach to vocals.

Damn Son held an admirable reputation prior to producing their first demo in 2010, and will be releasing their full album at the end of February 2012. As they continue to improve their unique sound, character, and commitment to their fans, they also increase their reputation as the most reliable live heavy metal band in the area. Damn Son has created a fan base of over 1000 people on Facebook alone with a guarantee of unparalleled musical talent.

Damn Son's talented line up of musicians consists of: Nic Delano (Drummer), Tony Davies (Vocalist), Josh Greenwood (Rhythm Guitarist), Bryan Larkin (Lead Guitarist and Back up Vocalist), and Jon Porter (Bassist). With over 40 years of combined experience: Josh Greenwood and Jon Porter were members of Severed Existence, Bryan Larkin was a member of Double Veteran, Tony Davies performed with Crush, and Nic Delano worked with Armonia.

Damn Son has indisputably earned their right as the local heavy metal leaders of Central Florida.

General Info

Band Members
Tony Davies (Vocals), Bryan Larkin (Lead Guitar), Josh Greenwood (Rhythm Guitar), Nic Delano (Drums), and Jon Porter (Bass Guitar)
Artist Name
Damn Son
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/damnson
Active Since
01/09
Genres
Metal

Contact Info

Location
Daytona Beach, FL

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