Do you like METAL? Check out Hammerhedd

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ElJay370, Jun 21, 2021.

  1. ElJay370

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    - Three brothers from Prairie Village, KS. Ages 14 to 18.

    Old school thrash metal.

    These kids are no joke.

     
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    Nice
     
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    Ha that drummer is an ANIMAL!

    Good to see the new generation keeping the torch burning/carrying the flag/whatever the saying is
     
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    Hey, I remember seeing their vids when they were like, 9 or something. Glad to see they're still going at it. When drummer dude dug into the double-kicks I couldn't help but let out an "Awww YEAH!!" :cool:

    CORRECTION: They were 4, 7, and 9 years old when they first started. 4!!! What the...? I wasn't even riding without training wheels at 4, and my dude is slammin' the bass? :eek:
    https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Hammerhedd/3540447164
     
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    cradle of filth anyone?
     
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    bloody hell! I wish I was that good at that age, amazing!
     
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    I hear elements of Sepultura, Meshuggah, Mastodon, and Slayer in their sound.

    If you check out the band's Instagram, the guitarist Henry Ismert posts a lot of play through videos. He's really good, and into many different styles of music, not just metal.

    I like how he's proudly rocking a Carvin V220...A guitar so uncool it's actually cool. Great crunch tone.

    The fresh-from-baseball-practice look they've got going is pretty awesome as well. Zero image..they just go hard.
     
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    There is no crying in baseball!
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