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Abolition Formula

League City, Texas, United States | SELF

League City, Texas, United States | SELF
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"On the scene for less than a year, Abolition Formula is gaining ground And A LOT of attention"

Abolition Formula has created quite a buzz in a very short time on Bay Area Houston's live music scene. In less than a year since their formation, this young band from League City has gotten the attention of Warehouse Live, Scout Bar, The Buzz, Pulse Magazine, Rock Houston, I-10 Records and a number of other local musicians - along with a steadily growing fan base. After only two shows at Scout Bar, they earned themselves an opening spot for the “Return of
Erase The Virus” show in September, followed by headlining a Friday night. They are also on the ticket for 1-10 Production’s “Samhain Fest” at Big Ben Tavern on November 5th and then opening for From Guts to Glory and The Hunger at Scout on November 23rd. For being one of the youngest original rock bands in the Bay Area, the team of Front Man, Mike Romero; Guitarist, Steven Cunningham; Bassist, Bryce Bucks and Drummer, Eric Yudell are incredibly cohesive and comfortable on stage. With their chill, laid back demeanor, they deliver a tight show and a great sound. Their music is solid and well written and Mike is just plain gifted as a vocalist. …They consider music in general – from classic rock to metal – their primary influence, but specifically sight
bands like Thrice, with Guns & Roses and Pantera
(for Eric), and Dream Theater (for Steven) as
influences as well.. Having been friends since high school, they have great synergy as a group and they are very united in their goals and direction for Abolition Formula.
With plans to take their music to the next level, they
are spending time in the studio recording, preparing
for a music video and making plans to venture out of
Houston. I asked them how serious they are about the
future of the band:
“This is our main career choice. It’s not something
we’re f*cking around about - we are very professional
about it. We sat down a week ago and talked… We’re
building a buzz in Bay Area. Now it’s time for the
next step. We love Scout Bar, but we gotta start
reaching out to different places too. So now we are
looking at different venues in Austin and San
Antonio. We’re thinking about a self sponsored tour
and just going out on our own for weekend tours –
maybe looking at South By Southwest…”, says
Bryce. “It’s time to take the next step. We’re doin’
something right, man… doin’ something right.”

And indeed they are. Aside from school, (all four are
in college), they are completely unencumbered and
uniquely positioned, at a perfect time in their lives,
with their heads and hearts in the right place and a
great support structure. There is nothing to hold this
band back. Here’s to a bright future and more great
music for one of Bay Area Houston’s rising stars.

- Katrina Starling from Pulse Magazine

- Katrina Starling


Discography

Content of "Dearly Demented" Demo

1. Tragedy
2. Burn Me Out
3. Leave It All
4. Paintings
5. Reflections
6. Circus Curtains

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Abolition Formula has created quite a buzz in a very short time on Bay Area Houston's live music scene. In less than a year since their formation, this young band from League City has gotten the attention of Warehouse Live, Scout Bar, The Buzz, Pulse Magazine, Rock Houston, I-10 Records and a number of other local musicians - along with a steadily growing fan base. After only two shows at Scout Bar, they earned themselves an opening spot for the “Return of
Erase The Virus” show in September, followed by headlining a Friday night. They are also on the ticket for 1-10 Production’s “Samhain Fest” at Big Ben Tavern on November 5th and then opening for From Guts to Glory and The Hunger at Scout on November 23rd. For being one of the youngest original rock bands in the Bay Area, the team of Front Man, Mike Romero; Guitarist, Steven Cunningham; Bassist, Bryce Bucks and Drummer, Eric Yudell are incredibly cohesive and comfortable on stage. With their chill, laid back demeanor, they deliver a tight show and a great sound. Their music is solid and well written and Mike is
just plain gifted as a vocalist. …They consider music in general – from classic rock to
metal – their primary influence, but specifically sight
bands like Thrice, with Guns & Roses and Pantera
(for Eric), and Dream Theater (for Steven) as
influences as well.. Having been friends since high school, they have great synergy as a group and they are very united in their goals and direction for Abolition Formula.
With plans to take their music to the next level, they
are spending time in the studio recording, preparing
for a music video and making plans to venture out of
Houston. I asked them how serious they are about the
future of the band:
“This is our main career choice. It’s not something
we’re f*cking around about - we are very professional
about it. We sat down a week ago and talked… We’re
building a buzz in Bay Area. Now it’s time for the
next step. We love Scout Bar, but we gotta start
reaching out to different places too. So now we are
looking at different venues in Austin and San
Antonio. We’re thinking about a self sponsored tour
and just going out on our own for weekend tours –
maybe looking at South By Southwest…”, says
Bryce. “It’s time to take the next step. We’re doin’
something right, man… doin’ something right.”

And indeed they are. Aside from school, (all four are
in college), they are completely unencumbered and
uniquely positioned, at a perfect time in their lives,
with their heads and hearts in the right place and a
great support structure. There is nothing to hold this
band back. Here’s to a bright future and more great
music for one of Bay Area Houston’s rising stars.

- Katrina Starling from Pulse Magazine