Brand of HERO
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Brand of HERO

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BRAND OF HERO...an alternative rock group from Orange County, this group has a great new sound to it. I like the mix of background grunge sound with the surprisingly good vocals. Reminds me of a Jars of Clay meets Collective Soul mixture. Especially enjoyed the song "Believe", a great composition of music with a message to the world. Overall, its a winning situation for this group, I hope to see them out and about soon with a new disc. making the world better and better, one listener at a time.
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Discography

B.O.H. was originally formed in 1996 and has independently released and marketed two EP/CDs, RIPPLEaffect (2004) and Project N (1999) and getting ready to release their full fledge CD some time this year. At the request of fans and industry, we have prereleased IMPACTO 2 this past year for marketing and promotional purposes in hopes to represent a taste of what’s to come in our upcoming full CD release version. The band is in the midst of working on new material for a full-fledge CD, which will be released sometime in 2010. The band is looking to make this album its best with 9 new songs and 3 re-releases. Three of the songs were pre-released as the EP/CD “IMPACTO 2” in 2008. The three songs: Believe, Palms Over and Simple Song have been getting some great interest, via Internet play and radio, such as OCRockRadio.com, ZFM (Australia), iSPINIT radio (Rock 001), PODONOVER, INTROradio, and other stations. “This next album will be more along the lines of Audioslave meets Lit meets Nirvana, that’s if you want to compare,” said Art, lead vocalist.

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The music style of B.O.H. is a mix of influences from rock, grunge, blues, alternative, and modern rock with a message like Switchfoot and LifeHouse. Fans say B.O.H. reminds them of bands like Collective Soul to Smashing Pumpkins and Life House, STP to Greenday. The band members consider themselves to be a “rock band” with a positive message. Their music range is phenomenal along with their talent to perform on stage. They have played at places like The House of Blues, The Coach House, The Viper Room, The Knitting Factory, The Whisky a Go Go and Galaxy Theatre opening for bands such as Kevin Martin and the Hiwatts (Voice of Candlebox), The Outline, LA Guns, The Romantics, and The KRY to doing ministry benefit concerts at local churches opening for Jeremy Camp, or an indie like Pound Foolish, Union of Saints to playing festivals like Portico (TOMfest) and sharing stages with Emery, Showbread, Rock & Roll Worship Circus, Joy Electric and others. The band crosses all types of stereotype barriers to create what they feel is their own form of cross-over rock, alternative rock and hard rock. Other recognized national acts B.O.H. has opened for include: Foghat, Joe Lynn Turner (from Rainbow and Deep Purple), The BulletBoys, Vanilla Fudge, Colin Hay (from Men at Work), Michael Sweet (from Stryper), Tommy TuTone, along with well known local artist, such as Plumbline, Pax217, East West, Mudbath, Nevada Sky, Silent Noise, Apulse, Scarlet Crush, Makeshift 3 and others. Visit us at www.myspace.com/bohband to learn more about the band.