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Humorcore Masters PSYCHOSTICK To Reveal New Album Details via Band Webcast September 18th
Broadcasting on central time at http://www.psychostick.com/webcast
“Psychostick new album preview, album title, track titles, live Q&A and taste of new tunes!”
Fans of the ever-growing comedic metal band PSYCHOSTICK will have a special treat this week. Nine months after a successful crowd-funding campaign to build a studio with promise of new material, PSYCHOSTICK is ready to give the first sneak-peek at what they’ve been working on. The guys will be broadcasting live on YouTube September 18th at 8pm Central (http://www.psychostick.com/webcast) to announce the new album’s title, answer questions, give away prizes and have an all-around good time goofing off with fans.
“We feel we’ve stepped up our game with every aspect of this new album, and we’re treating the webcast the same way. Fans have always loved these webcasts in the past, but this time there are some serious improvements to maximize interaction and make it something no fan will want to miss.” comments vocalist Rob Kersey.
The new album is the follow up to the humorcore kings’ 2011 album ‘Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs in 3-D’ and singles ‘Obey The Beard’ (debut at #14 on US radio metal charts), ‘Dogs Like Socks’, a hilarious metal cover of ‘Reading Rainbow’. Touring around the US of A over the years spreading their laugh making tunes, PSYCHOSTICK was on a series of tours in 2014 recently wrapping their Blood Sprinkles and Guts Tour with One Eyed Doll, Wild Throne plus were on ‘The ‘Merica Fuck Yeah Tour’ w/ Dog Fashion Disco, The Bunny, The Bear and the Mad Marchness Tour, which included a stop at SXSW.
‘Obey The Beard’ – http://youtu.be/q0kSuZFOwFE
Reading Rainbow Cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxBBjUakSeA
‘Dogs Like Socks’ – http://youtu.be/swmuqGWgZCc (viral hit for dogs that like socks)
‘Sadface Emoticon’ – http://youtu.be/ZsqZl3VqoM4 (video for social media whiners)
‘Boobs’ – http://youtu.be/dcYlytyuKsc (title says it all)
‘Beer’ – http://youtu.be/O-jOEAufDQ4 – over 5 million views (we all love the beer!)
‘Girl Directions‘ – http://youtu.be/U5_HhqcbF_0 (sometimes she gets us lost, but not all the time)
Harnessing their crazy sense of humor and love of all things metal, vocalist Rob “Rawrb” Kersey and guitarist Josh “The J” Key joined forces with drummer Alex “Shmalex” Dontre and bassist Matty J “Moose” to create Pyschostick, a band they’ve coined as humorcore. With hilarious lyrics, heavy riffs, notorious stage antics and high-energy performances, the band has caused millions of laughs around the world and hundreds of mosh pits across the US, often simultaneously, since its birth in Phoenix, AZ in 2000.
Almost 100 percent do-it-yourself, Psychostick never strays from its signature sound, a combination of heavy music that Chimaira, Machine Head, and Hatebreed would be proud of, and wit and humor that would make Tenacious D and Weird Al Yankovic holler with laughter.
With three full-length albums behind them – “We Couldn’t Think of a Title,” “Sandwich,” and their holiday album, “The Flesh Eating Rollerskate Holiday Joyride” – the band released their latest record, “Space Vampires vs. Zombie Dinosaurs in 3D,” in 2011, following it up with a tour with Mushroomhead to add to their total count of 21 nationwide tours that have hit 47 states.
After a successful 2013 that saw these touring ninja warriors hit the road for multiple shows on the ‘Our Tour Can Beat Up Your Tour’, ‘Blow Your Fingers Off’ summer tour, their late summer dates with American Head Charge plus appearances at summer fests that included Rockapalooza, A2 Fest, Breast Fest Biker Bash, and Dirtfest. The band finally took a break in last months of the year and held a successful crowd funding campaign (thank you video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSeQHqMCfJI), where they recorded their follow up to 2011’s ‘Space Vampires vs. Zombie Dinosaurs In 3D’.
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