Corner Stone
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Corner Stone

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The best kept secret in music


"Taken from the traVis d’ intern CD Review section of"

You'd have to be living under a rock, or be deaf and blind to not have
heard of the band "Corner Stone" here in Las Vegas. Even when they are
not playing their own shows (of which they do a LOT), you'll find the
various band members out and about flyering, socializing, and promoting.
...there is something different about this band... and this CD, that sets them apart from a genre that is otherwise tired and lacking in originality. Could it be the way Randall's rhymes flow better than the rest of the herd? Could it be the diversity of the music that you'll find on “Corrective Action”? It's hard to pinpoint actually, but there is a distinct difference and additionally, these guys kick ass
The CD itself flows well. The production is good overall. Highlight
tracks are "Isn't It Amazing", and "Curious".
- traVis d’ intern

"Taken from the “In My Mind” section of Mar. 12, 2004"

For my ears, Corner Stone has one of the more unique and identifiable sounds in the local scene. Randall is an amazing lyricist and could easily be one of the most talented and dynamic front men in the local scene today. Part of what makes Corner Stone's sound so distinct is the way they mix musical genres together. From stage right Ryan (guitar) pushes out eerie, atonal harmonies on some songs, and ripping leads or furious power chords on others, while from stage left Scott (guitar) has more of a rhythmic sound, a little cleaner and brighter. Jason (drums) and Rocky (bass) keep a tight rein on the bottom and slip easily between funk and driving rock, sometimes within a single measure on a song.
- by Brian Weiss -


Corner Stone - "Corrective Action' 6/01/02
3 song sampler - 5/5/04
You can hear our song "Tremble" at
Our current "single", "Play Dumb" has been receiving regular play on KOMP's "Homegrown Show".


Feeling a bit camera shy


Corner Stone was originally formed in late 2000. Formed from fragments of other Las Vegas bands, Corner Stone hit their first year on the scene hard and successfully. By the end of that first year of action, the band had 50 shows under it’s belt and a highly anticipated debut CD still on the way. A series of nagging line-up changes, however, has left frontman, Randall Logan the only member of the original line-up. Jason McNelis joined the band in October of 2002 to fill the drums position. The line-up was rounded out in June of 2003 by Scott Herhold and Ryan Puskarich on guitars and Rocky Meisner on bass.
The band’s first recorded song, "Pull", proved to be a great buzz builder. One week after it was recorded, the song was played on local station KXTE during the local segment of the station's highly popular "It Hurts When I Pee" show. Heavy rotation from KOMP’s “Homegrown Show”, soon followed . The group recorded and released their self-produced and funded CD, “Corrective Action”, in June of 2002. And since the release of the disc, the local radio stations have been a big source of continued support. * Their song, “Witcha”, clocked 33 spins in 2002 and became the 4th most requested song on the “Homegrown Show” for the year. One of their newer songs, “Tremble” came in 5th on the 2003 countdown with only two months of rotation for that year. Their track, “Isn’t it Amazin’” has received play on pop radio station KLUC and was included on the compilation Vol. 4. In recent months, radio play has expanded to areas such as Flagstaff, Az. and Salt Lake City, Ut. Corner stone has performed on UNLV’s “Totally Band in Vegas” television show, has opened for the likes of DJ Peretz (Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction) and Suburban Noize Records artists The Phunk Junkeez, and won the local finals of the 2004 “A Shot At Cabo Wabo” battle of the bands at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Cafe. In addition, the band caught the attention of Budweiser and became part of their “True Music Live” program.
The band's energetic stage show, versatile sound, connections within the local scene, overall personable nature with the public and relentless promotion tactics keep the Corner Stone machine running strong. The support from the public as well as local radio are what keeps them striving to improve.
With influences that span from the likes of Cannibal Corpse, The Deftones and Tool to the likes of The Roots and Outkast, it's no wonder that the band's stlye is in a seemingly never ending state of evolution. Serving as both a blessing and a curse, this diversity has made it possible for the band to snag listeners from almost totally contrasting ends of the musical spectrum.