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Harmonic Prophecy / Press

“The former drummer of rock band Sublime and his wife have organized an anti-drug concert tour that kicks off in Mills Park on June 27. Called “Punk Rock Against Meth,” the free concert's message is simple — meth destroys lives — said Bud Gaugh, former drummer of Sublime, a ska-punk band that's sold over 14-million records. The lineup of the Carson City concert includes bands SexRat, Dog Party, Bert Susanka's Astronaut Love Triangle and Gaugh's current band Del Mar — of which wife Nicole is also a member. Also on hand will be popular Reno band Harmonic Prophecy. ”

“The unity of the band is noticeable onstage. The songs are coherent and rocking, and each instrument has a clear separation and purpose. Strong rhythm sounds are punctuated by the vocals, and the grooves are so solid that live audiences can’t help but tap their toes. ”