#MusicMonday November 25th

Written by on 25th November 2019

This week’s #MusicMonday choice comes via the Press Team, and is the choice of our very own Squirrel.

 

Formed in the autumn of 2016 Cyanide Sundae have drawn from an array of influences to add distinction to the contemporary hard rock songs they create.

 

Any one of their songs from their extensive catalogue will testify to this. The group have quickly built a reputation for being an energetic and dynamic hard rock/metal hybrid with powerful melodies that appeal to fans of Foo Fighters, Royal Blood, Drowning Pool, and Tool (just to name a few).

 

Cyanide Sundae produce a huge live sound for a three piece band with their unique set up. Their original and different sound sets them apart from others in the Rock & Hard Rock genre which has landed them some prestigious supports including California’s Leatherwolf, and ex-Reef guitarist Kenwyn House’s new band Goldray, plus many others. The band have headlined at Mammothfest in Brighton, headlined Meyfest and played the famous Ace Cafe in London for their annual Diamond Day bike show, among many other shows and events throughout the South of the UK.

 

The band have aired on 80 plus radio shows in the UK including having track of the week on Metal Meyhem Radio, US & Australia, plus many other countries.

 

 

 

Here in the UK they have been played three times on both Kerrang Radio and BBC Introducing. In June 2019 the band performed live on BBC Sussex & Kent

 

Squirrel’s choice is the latest release from the band, in which the video features a cameo from Metal Meyhem Radio’s JayRock, and is taken from the forthcoming EP which is due for release early next year.

 

 

About ‘Do or Die’ lyrics

Paul (Vocals & Guitar) – The song, lyrically, is inspired by a quote from Russian novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn that I stumbled across one day. “The battle line between good and evil runs through the heart of every man.” Such a powerful statement. I then thought about all of the warmongering, self-serving, evil, corrupt higher powers of this world and the rest of the song wrote itself!

 

About ‘Do or Die’ the video

Kev (Drums & Backing Vocals) – The inspiration for the video was to basically make something very different from the norm, a mini film that portrays what most people in this country would like to see.

 

As our Track Of The Week, we will play this every day at 6am, midday, 6pm and Midnight.

 

 






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