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The best kept secret in music


"Feisty Musicians Go Awol at Berkeley Show"

Blakes on Telegraph, Berkeley -- Ronnie of Royalty broke two bottles and two glasses. Comprised partially of ex-members of the now-defunct local phenomenon that was KGB, Royalty are possibly the angriest men to ever wear polyester. Bassist Ronnie described the band's approach as "Caddyshack" meets Green Day. The "Caddyshack" element is evident in the country club attire the band plays in; the Green Day quality is less obvious. Perhaps they're more AFI than Green Day. It's fast, it's loud, it's sarcastic, it reeks of attitude: it's what punk is supposed to be. In older punk influences, Royalty's got a touch of The Damned with all of the on-stage histrionics of Oasis in a drunken brawl with Johnny Rotten. Royalty's sound is difficult to place, beyond that it's definitely new punk of the non-Blink-182 kind. As bassist Ronnie said: "We're for the kids." The only real flaw to complain about regarding Royalty: the set was too short. - POWERSLAVE.COM


Currently in the studio recording our first CD to release. Our five song demo is available to anyone for free and has been on local college stations.


Feeling a bit camera shy


The four lads met at the 19th hole about a year ago and they never looked back. They realized that you don't have to practice or get a record deal to be a great band, you just have to rock the peoples' ass. It's very simple really.