Starseed

Starseed

 London, England, GBR
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Starseed deliver some of the most satisfying melodic hard rock you're likely to hear, infused with soaring melodies and epic energy. Powerful, riff driven rock with electrifying stage shows. Their music grasps elements of the grunge scene drawing influences from early Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Soil

Biography

Starseed deliver the kind of onslaught that leaves punters moshing, cart-wheeling, screaming and dry-heaving with sheer excitement. It's some of the most satisfying melodic hard rock you're likely to hear, infused with soaring melodies and epic energy. Powerful, riff driven rock with electrifying stage shows. Their music grasps many elements of the post grunge scene drawing influences from early Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Soil.

2009 was to be the biggest turning point for the band with the recording and release of their highly acclaimed new album “Peace Machine”, produced by Jason Wilcock (Reuben, Fightstar, The Ghost Of A Thousand). The album launch party was held at a packed headline show at IndigO2 at The O2 which led to a full page feature in Kerrang! Magazine, extensive national radio , and music video for single “Shine” was accepted for rotation on Scuzz TV. “Shine” was featured on Ian Camfield’s Rock Show (XFM), Bruce Dickinson’s Rock Show (BBC Radio 6) and Alex Bakers New Music Show (Kerrang Radio) to name a few. Starseed completed a successful UK Tour in Nov/Dec 2009 and again supporting Senser in 2010.

Starseed have played Download Festival three times alongside rock giants Aerosmith, Rage Against The Machine and AC/DC, Hard Rock Hell with Skid Row, Maesteg Matel Festival, Kick Out The Jams Festival with Ill Nino and many more.

Now proud endorsees of Blackstar Amps, Tama Drums, Roland, Sabian, Rotosound Strings, Protection Racket and TC Electronic, Starseed’s year ahead includes more UK festivals and plans for a US release and tour.