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Broken Suns of Karma / Press

“Fans of undiluted rock, in whatever form they can get, should find something to dig about Broken Suns of Karma, the band and the record.”

“Just in the first three cuts alone, the band uses overdriven guitar and crisp drums to mine the spaces between hard rock and metal (“Hey”); rocks a full-on scamper in the style of Cheap Trick, save singer Chris Ford’s sinister, George Thorogood-esque growl (“Bong Hit”); and evokes AC/DC with crunchy, arena-size bravado on “Fight.””

“Ford stands at the microphone with his bass slung over his shoulder. He’s ready. The bandmates banter about what they should play. They agree on the funky dance beat “Leaving Now” and the heavier “All You People,” among others. The songs feature a consistent drumbeat, orderly arrangements of lyrics and short instrumental interludes. Ford describes their sound as funk metal blues.”

“Brian Craig, the frontman of local band Don’t Mind Dying, appreciates the band’s sound and stage presence, which include smoke machines. “They always have these props that are awesome and a really thick sound that I love,” Craig says. “They sound like a 50-piece band, and it’s only three guys.””