Sounds Like: JFA, The Adolescents, Agression, The Faction S.J., Agent Orange
Label: Not Like You Records, Shred to the grave...
Manager: animal chin... have you seen him?
Bio: A life of pain. Stalephish lives it and sings about a life of skateboarding, drinking, and moms on their debut album “rock n roll revert”. Recorded & mixed in January of 2013 by Detroit’s own Bill Kozy (Speedball, Grinder, sound engineer for Cheaptrick) and mastered by Andy Patalan (Electric Si...See Full Bio
“If you’re looking for a band with a profound message or a deep social conscience, best to steer clear of Detroit’s Stale Phish. With song titles like "Teen Mom," "I Was Drunk (When I Met Your Mom)," and "While You Skated Street (I Skated Pool with Your Mom)," their LP Rock ‘N’ Roll Revert isn’t the kind of thing you’d throw on to impress anyone with an ascot to spare. But, if you’re looking for something that’ll remind you of those Skate Rock compilations that used to blare in the background while you yacked up cheap brew after skating your friend’s quarter pipe, this’ll do the trick something sweet. Check out the video for "Gator’s Song," their ode to the downfall of celebrated 80s skater Gator Rogowski, and pick up their LP through Not Like You.”