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Sucker Frantic / Press

“Down & dirty rock act Sucker Frantic are currently tearing up the UK’s REVERBNATION Rock Charts with some serious momentum: no doubt generated by their latest single “Fly Till I Die” Guitarist Kevin Zen kicks off the track with a classic distorted riff; reminiscent of early 80’s heavy metal: an interlude that sets the stage for the band’s singer Pyra to vocally strike the ears of the listener with some impressive high notes and her vocally synergized “bad ass Rock & Roll attitude.” The duo continues to musically complement one another throughout the song before the track’s cake is officially iced with a ripping guitar solo. You can grab your copy of “Fly Till I Die” on iTunes today.”

“I saw it on you tube & really liked the sound of it -downloaded it and its fantastic. Pyra C has got an amazing voice & boy can she belt it out. I would recommend it to anyone.go to YouTube & look up Sucker Frantic,listen for yourself!!”

“You two ROCK! Love the retro feel, nice heavy riff work, and a killer voice. Excellent!”

The Professor and Naomi Kay - reverbnation.com

“Right on. Awesome vocals. Love the video, you two are just too cool. Wanna see more! So far the most cool thing I've come across on Reverbnation. Rock On!”

The Dirty Underground - Reverbnation.com

“Sucker Frantic: 15,000KW of PUSSY POWER!”

Mathias Rock - reverbnation.com


“Pyra Cantha has the most Amazing Epiglottis.”

“‎@Suckerfrantic make a Ton of NOISE for just two! Check them out- from UK and Scottland! AWESOME! \m/ ”

“syc·o·phant (sk-fnt, sk-) n. A servile self-seeker who attempts to win favor by flattering influential people. [Latin scophanta, informer, slanderer, from Greek skophants, informer, from skon phainein, to show a fig (probably originally said of denouncers of theft or exportation of figs) : skon, fig + phainein, to show; see bh-1 in Indo-European roots.] syco·phantic (-fntk), syco·phanti·cal (-t-kl) adj. syco·phanti·cal·ly adv. SUCKER FRANTIC”