Bands like The Bled and Sleeping with Sirens were sitting high in the hardcore scene the year Bearshark came together in the heart of the City of Angels. Dora Maar, The Full Body Karate, The Shootout, Faster Faster, and The Ruthless worked endlessly for several years, touring, writing, and recording, and from that came a cascade of music, including their EP, ‘Chomp!’ available on all major music and streaming sites.
‘Chomp!’ delivers high octane energy from the press of play as songs like “Ultimate Sleeper Hold” and “Doomsday Paradise” welcome audiences into the record with guttural vocals, thrashing guitars, and moshpit-inspired ways. It is the type of music Warped Tour thrived off of under the summer sun before the famed traveling said its final farewell. Alas, bands like Bearshark are keeping that spirit alive and well with their hardcore vibes that fans of bands such as Every Time I Die and Falling in Reverse would want on their playlists.
“‘Doomsday Paradise’ was arranged with a beautiful composure. It delivers multiple transitions between intense chaos and emotional conviction. The instrumentation creates a balance between both elements by transitioning back and forth very smoothly and connected.” – BuzzMusic
Bearshark has been featured in not only BuzzMusic but also College Underground Radio. On top of their reach virtually, the band has toured extensively since forming back in 2010. They cannot wait until live music is deemed safe again to get back out there for their current fans and to make new ones along the way.
Those interested in adding new hardcore music to their playlists, featuring Bearkshark on their site, or interviewing them for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
For more information on Bearshark, please visit: http://www.bearshark.info