No Big Deal (N.B.D)
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No Big Deal (N.B.D)

Mesa, Arizona, United States

Mesa, Arizona, United States
Band Pop Punk


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Until Further Notice..-Demo-2010
1. Ha Ha Hypocrites
2. This Life (This Love)
3. Unspoken Thoughts
4. Waiting For Tomorrow


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No Big Deal (N.B.D) Consists of 5 pieces.
Austin Reinholz on the lead vocals. Ryan Broushet and Evan Phelps switching off as lead and rhythm guitars, yes they are both too talented for one just to play rhythm! Jacob Tune slappin' the bass, and Justin Haag banging on the drums back there.

N.B.D. Came together slowly over the last two years. Austin and Justin started jamming together two years ago and decided they needed another guitarist so they got Ryan to play with them and it was awesome! Then came along the battle of the bands competition at their school but they needed a bassist thats where Jacob comes in! We played the show and it was basically terrible! But we continued on playing small shows here and there and then we got booked for the 4th of july festival at Tempe Town Lake and they needed to step it up. Ryan knew of a guitarist (Evan) from another band and asked him to join No Big Deal, which he did!

We just finished recording our first demo featuring 4 original songs all written by us!

What sets us apart from all the other bands in the Pop-Punk genre is, not to sound arrogant, but how talented we are musically. We have two guitar players who could both easily be lead guitarists for a lot of famous bands, a bassist who slaps it with the best of them, a drummer who has studied Travis Barker's beats for since he can remember and a singer who can belt out high notes and sound good doing it live!

Influences: All Time Low, The Maine, Mayday Parade, Every Avenue, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Sing It Loud.

We feel like we sound like a lot of the Pop-Punk bands out there with the "happy" sounding chord progressions but we add in sweet guitar licks and complicated drum beats to them. We also have a little heavier side on some of our songs and can go acoustic every now and then too.