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Death Bed Confession / Press

“WHAT'S YOUR ANGLE? Death Bed Confession: Paul: I think we are bringing a mix of new and classic Metal sound. Dingo: We FUCKIN' ROCK! we have sooooooo many influences and we put them in our music with with our own flare to it. Jay: Just like Paul said we are not cookie cutter metal! James: We blend European influences with our American roots, and don't give a shit about trends or formulas. Paul: I think we are showing you can do anything you want and still rock and reach out to the young and older generation! We are doing our own thing and not what a "corporate company wants" we are defiantly not a "cookie cutter" rock band! Dingo: I think we bring a 80's metal sound with a fresh twist! Plus our singer kicks ass. James: We bring to the industry, "Punch you in the face American Metal" ”

“We wind up today’s marathon of free stuff with the gut punch of Death Bed Confession. Beginning just a year ago at a coffee shop in Lafayette, this traditionalist metal quintet pulls no punches on its self-titled debut, which borrows from thrash, grunge, doom and even a bit of ’80s pop metal. The riffs come fast and furious, the rhythm section is watertight and Jay Quintana’s vocals drive the point home with unflinching honesty and aggression. It’s the kind of music that sounds goofier the more you talk about it. Rather than listen to me go on, you’re better off stealing “Kurari,” and then catching the band live at Cervantes’ on Apr 3 as part of the Rotten Records showcase. Tickets are just $10. ”

“Who ’dat?: Jay Qintana (vocals); James Connell (guitar); Brian (guitar); Paul Henry (bass); Dingo (drums) Pigeon-holed as?: Heavy metal We’re not saying they are these guys, but they kind of sound like: Queensryche, Anvil, Pantera. What’s their deal?: Their goal is kick-ass, punch you in the face metal, and their new self-titled album is exactly that. Qintana definitely flexes his vocal muscles with some heavy screams, but fortunately for the band, they don’t just rely on that. A lot of this album shows a well-balanced restraint that many metal bands miss. As hard and heavy as their sound is, ears aren’t fighting for something to latch on to. Shameless web plug: dbcmetal.com O.K. When?: Deli Zone (Longmont), March 5, with Black Steel Rising ”

“There are really no two songs alike on this album. Some might say that Death Bed Confession doesn’t have direction or know where they are going. To me however, I say they know their metal and mix it up to keep shit interesting. There really is something for everyone on here. Whether your bag is 80’s metal, nu metal, grunge, thrash, power metal, stoner metal, you will find something to love on this album. Being raised on metal, I will always wear the metalhead badge with honor; I rarely hear new stuff from the genre that makes sense to me. I get Death Bed Confession, and I’m willing to bet will you too. Put an ear on it.”