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Sounds Like: Nirvana, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Offspring, The Pixies, The Thermals
Label: P.C.P. Records/Pictures
Manager: Paul M Perez
Bio: Death to the McKenzie’s follow up album (March 29, 2011) “The Crane Technique,” is more of a fun studio album with hit tracks like the punk anthem, “I’ve peaked and I’m kidding myself,” to the harder grunge rock of “Nothing good is coming,” as well as the retro, rock style, social satire “I want ...See Full Bio
“This is such a fun song! It was somewhat reminiscent of The Ramones, but you still sounded like yourselves. I like the take on the 3-chord rock song, too. The way you mix up the 1 with the 4 and 5 is very catchy, and has the effect of never having to end. That's cool. The singer's voice was fairly distinctive, and his delivery was strong and truly reflected the meaning of the lyrics. He has a great scream at 1:40, the musicianship is also of high quality and I enjoyed the guitar solo a lot. The production was quite good, too and complemented the song very well. I really, really liked the energy of this song, as well as the songwriting, production and performance. You have talent and your own sound. Keep up the great work!”
Ask Death To The McKenzies anything...
Q: what inpired you to become such an awesome musician? and who are your main influences
A: Growing up in an environment saturated in music, provided an opportunity to evaluate multiple genres as well as enjoy them.I listened to Glenn. Miller to, led Zeppelin.to Nirvana. All of these artists helped to form the symphony in my head. Nirvana as well as well as the smashing pumpkins are among my biggest influences today. Thanks for your question.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sat Jul 21 2012All Questions