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"Best Metal Band 2005, Westword Magazine"

BEST METAL BAND
Tyfoid Mary

In July 2001, Tyfoid Mary lost its frontman, Vince Stott, in a fatal car accident. While such a tragedy would cause most bands to hang it up for good, Tyfoid persevered and found a new voice in Jerry Harper. He had his work cut out for him, as Stott was a well-regarded vocalist. But Harper -- a giant in his own right at 6'5" and 250 pounds -- brought with him a monster set of pipes and an imposing stage presence. The result was two stellar releases -- 2002's Nu Strain and last year's brilliant Quarantine -- and a shit ton of momentum. Talk about resuscitation.

-Westword Magazine
- Westword Magazine


"Quarantine - Album Review - Aug. 2004"

From a marketing standpoint, Tyfoid Mary's got a lot of things going for it, including a pun-friendly name and bandmembers who fit snugly within contemporary metal's two most popular visual categories: bald and bold (singer Jerry Harper and drummer "Dugan" Demongey) and hairy and scary (guitarist Scott Seidl and bassist Igor Panasewicz). The band is just as democratic from a musical standpoint. The players may have named their album Quarantine, but they don't regard any hard-rock approach to be off limits.

"Spun," the lead track, encompasses more than its share of stylistic flourishes, including vocals that range from rap-rock rant to full-on yowling. That's followed by "Real," a slow grinder with an anthemic chorus, and "Breathe Again," a tune that keeps things hushed and intense. Most surprising of all is "Refried Brains," a psychedelic freak-out that's as goofy as the rest of the set is serious.
- Westword Magazine


Discography

(Tyfoid Mary Discs)
Quarantine(2004)
Disc: 1
1. Spun*
2. Real?
3. Can't Believe*
4. Breathe Again*
5. 313130
6. Missing Something*
7. Refried Brains
8. 13 Days [Remix]
9. Quarantine

Disc: 2
1. Warcry
2. Stuck
3. Circle Down
4. Reason
5. Detest
6. Once I Get There

Nu Strain(2002)
1. Juana B
2. Stuck*
3. I'm Sorry
4. Circle Down
5. Lost
6. No Shame
7. Kitty Hospital
8. Kavity Kreeps
9. Warcry*
10. Closure
11. Holy Water
12. Whole
13. Over the Rainbow

Symptoms(2001)
1. Detest*
2. Salt in My Wounds
3. Supposed to Be
4. Sand
5. Once I Get There*
6. Reason
7. Living in a Test Tube
8. Blinder
9. Symptoms

Songs with "*" are single that have received and/or are recieving radio and/or streaming airplay.

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Bio

Fronted by Jerry Harper, a 6’5”, 285 lb pro-wrestling like, monster maniacal presence, who sings, screams, and entertains non-stop for this hard rock quartet out of Denver, Colorado. Sun of Revolution has the makings of a big act with a visual flair and a music style that's aggressive, abrasive, loud, and fun.

(The following information is for Tyfoid Mary. Tyfoid Mary has recently changed it's name to Sun of Revolution)
Their third album, "Quarantine", a special limited-run double CD set, is available now on Hapi Skratch Records and features a full spectrum of song styles from smash your face metal to engaging acoustic rock, to radio-ready hits that establish the band as something truly special. The band has received numerous awards and has sold several thousand copies of their first two releases, the 2001 debut CD "Symptoms" and the fall 2002 release "Nu Strain".

Tyfoid has enjoyed regional and internet radio success with their songs “Spun”, “Breathe Again”, “Real”, "War Cry", "Circle Down" and "Once I Get There". Merchandise and record sales are consistent at live performances and at retail, selling to people of all ages and demographics.

The Sun of Revolution live show is refined and full of non-stop energy. The band plays in front of full houses at all of the largest venues in the Denver area including the Ogden Theater, Bluebird Theater and the Gothic Theater. Currently working on booking yet another national tour. Now with the arrival of 2005, Sun of Revolutionis set to take on the country, earning fans mile by mile.

Management/Booking Contact Info:
Dave Arnold
Omni Entertainment
3700 Quebec St . - Suite 100-280
Denver, CO. 80207
davea@omnicaprice.com
(972)896-4304 / Direct
(214) 452-3726 / Fax