The Prophets of Addiction

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COUNTRY: USA

STYLE: Glam/Hard Rock

PROFILE: To define The Prophets Of Addiction, let’s get something straight right away, this is not a project this is a “BAND!” A band comprised of four individuals. With four different backgrounds, different tastes and a uniqueness all his own. And most importantly a band of 4 friends with one common goal: “to just fuckin’ rock, and leave a lasting impression worldwide”. “We want to be your new favorite band and that’s not easy.” Says singer Lesli Sanders. That being said there is a reason why several industry insiders are saying,” the Prophets Of Addiction is a band to look out for in 2011 and beyond. The debut recording a collaboration of stories entitled “Babylon Boulevard.” a defining work containing songs about life, death and everything in between.

‘Babylon Boulevard’ was mixed by Phil Soussan (Ozzy Osbourne and Billy Idol) and mastered by Dave Hillis (Pearl Jam), and was originally released independently in 2010.

Two of these dudes, Frontman/Bassist, Lesli Sanders have been in some cool bands in their time that include City Girls Boys, Viscious Spit and Pretty Boy Floyd, the latter of which also included Tchad Drats on guitar who can be found in a particular guise of PBF on the ‘Size really Does Matter’ album that came out a few years since – 2004 to be exact. The line-up is completed by drummer, Jimmy Mess and guitarist, Rex(x) and also gotta mention, Cortley James Everett, a seriously good soundman, who I’d not seen since last November at Fort Myers Beach, Florida, when he was at that time working with ‘Where Angels Suffer’.

A very strong album within the genre with not a lot to complain about.

ALBUMS
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Babylon Boulevard [2010]

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