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They might be young, but they're on a mission to rock the world.
Haunted By Heroes is America’s newest teen rock sensation. The band plays rock n roll on a national stage with confidence exuded by veteran musicians that has helped them grow into a band destined for continued success.
Haunted By Heroes has four members: identical twins Nick, 13 (bass, lead vocals) Chris (drums), and Max,15 (lead guitar). Nick and Chris stared a band back in 2007 when they were just 7 years old. Max joined the group in 2012 and has brought an exciting musical dimension to the band.
The boys have been writing and recording with producer Greg Archilla, whose credits include Grammy-nominated albums from Neil Young (“Broken Arrow”) and Albert Collins (“Iceman.”) Additionally, Greg has worked with Matchbox 20, Collective Soul, SafetySuit, The Veer Union, as well as James Brown and Jerry Lee Lewis.
Archilla said working with these kids was just a pleasure. Their determination and professionalism, along with being creative as well, leads me to believe in the future of Rock -N- Roll.They have the looks, the material and the ability to perform in any venue. Watch out for these kids, they are here to stay for years to come.
Introducing the band’s set on the “Today Show,” Matt Lauer said, “Haunted By Heroes is larger than life with a unique sound.” Dee Snider, lead singer of Twisted Sister, gave them high compliments, saying, “They are great pros.” The Los Angeles Times wrote, “Haunted By Heroes bash their instruments with the intensity of players twice their age.”
The band has received national attention already, appearing in front of millions of viewers as special guest artists on “America's Got Talent” (during finals week) and on the Cartoon Network, where they recorded a music video of “Walk This Way” by Aerosmith.
Haunted By Heroes has already played more than 100 shows, including the notable venues Whiskey a Go-Go and The Roxy in Los Angeles; The Fillmore in San Francisco; Slim’s; The Malibu Music Awards; Club Nokia; and Candlestick Park.
The band’s undeniable talent shines through on their latest original songs. Stomp it Out” and “Youth of Tomorrow”, which highlight the band's ability to be socially-conscious and relate to kids their own age while keeping the band’s rock and roll style. The songs "Rock-n-Roll is our Mission", "Too Much Not Enough" and "I Want You To Know" showcase their ability to write songs for themselves and their audience.
Haunted By Heroes’ ability to rock both young and old audiences has garnered press coverage including the Pacifica Tribune, Drum Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Guitar Players, The LA Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury and USA Today. With Nick's vivacious vocals and driving bass, Max's roaring riffs, Charley's heavenly hooks and Chris's spectacular solos, Haunted By Heroes has the talent, experience and commitment to become one of the world's biggest bands before learning to drive.