Ten Foot Pole pushes past '90s melodic punk genre limitations with Escalating Quickly, their first all-new song album since 2004. Producer Ryan Greene, anxious to showcase his skills beyond the iconic 90s albums he produced (NOFX, Lagwagon, and No Use for a Name, etc.), was going for “The Bohemian Rhapsody of 90’s punk,” adding layers of ear candy and outlandish special guest shredding to the solid new TFP songs. Ryan added, “If I never do a record after this I would want people to remember me by this record.”
The Corps: As darkness slithered unnoticed into 2814 posing as music, few were aware of the ever dimming light. But there were four souls who saw through the lies. The gods they had served for years, still on the battlefield, will someday relent with pride and pass down the emerald torch. These four will charge their rings and make a stand till the deaf hear the light
SHOCKLOAD’S tight three-piece attack combines elements of hardcore, tuneful punk rock, and metal. They've built up a loyal following with their musicianship, onstage attitude, and songwriting chops.