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About Prey on the Fallen

Prey On The Fallen combines classic hard-rock roots with the creativity and energy of today’s contemporary metal. This combination has resulted in new metal music that is diverse, yet always appealing. Overall, the music is heavy and exciting with an abundance of groove and a touch of melody. Kurt Loun’s vocals are incredibly strong, mesmerizing and authoritative, with a tone that is completely unique. Mark Bouras is a virtuoso guitar player that provides tight and aggressive rhythm playing in conjunction with masterful solos. Prey On The Fallen’s music is driven by a dynamic rhythm section that capitalizes on John Guy’s thundering bass capabilities and Mike Ikona’s power grooves. All members of Prey On The Fallen are lyricists, songwriters and collaborators. As a result, the band creates metal music which is intense, thought provoking, addictive and surprisingly original. Prey On The Fallen cites their main influences as Black Sabbath, Alice In Chains, Metallica, Pantera, Megadeth, Black Label Society, Down, Rob Zombie and Paradise Lost. There is something for everyone on Prey On The Fallen’s self titled CD. The disc consists of 10 songs that range across the entire metal spectrum. “Sherman’s March” and “Prey On The Fallen” are high tempo songs which immediately gives the listener an adrenaline rush. “Complete Hypocrisy” and “Present Time” are slow, heavy grooving songs that will rattle the listener to the bone. Songs such as “WAR”, “Creed to the Greed” and “Chain Reaction” will satisfy those who like the best of both worlds. Mainstream metal fans will love the infectious songs “Vultures to Flesh” and “Last Breath”. Finally, for those who enjoy a good cover, Prey On The Fallen has transformed the iconic Eagles’ song “Hotel California” into a metal masterpiece. Prey On The Fallen’s debut CD was Produced/Engineered/Mixed and arranged by: Ryan Greene (Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Bad Religion, NOFX, Mr. Big) at Validus Recording Studios, Hollywood CA. The disc was mastered by Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Otep, Holy Grail) of West West Side Music in New York. Finally, the artwork for the disc was created by award winning artist Eliran Kantor (Testament, Hatebreed, Sodom). Press Snippets: Iron Mathew - Metal-Temple ““Last Breath” is a superb slab of melodic Heavy Metal, similar in style to some of the great anthems by British legends JUDAS PRIEST. “Vultures To Flesh” is full of attitude, chugging guitars and a venomous vocal performance. The mid tempo PANTERA like “Present Time” chugs away relentlessly, followed by what may seem a strange choice of song to cover, but PREY ON THE FALLEN do a fantastic job with “Hotel California” (by THE EAGLES). Keeping true to the pace of the original song, it is slow, it is heavy and just as catchy as the original.” Daniel Sherrill - musicenthusiastmag.com “Overall, ‘Prey to the Fallen’ as an album should be heard from start to finish. This debut includes an impressive amounts of ‘Greatest Hits’ worth material, which will definitely leave you singing along with many of the tracks by the second chorus, not wanting the record to end.” That Rocker Chik - Cypticrock.com “One almost would not be able to tell this is Prey On The Fallen’s debut album. It’s sound is much more conditioned than a debut might normally sound. It will be interesting to see what else these guys can pull off in the future. CrypticRock gives this debut album a 5 out of 5 stars.” Matt Baggins - Two Guys Metal Reviews "I really appreciate the guitar playing, halfway between hard rock and thrash metal it provides a blaring way forward for the band. Sure the riffs aren't always super original but by God are they fun to listen too. Another key part of the group is the bands explosive lead singer, his voice lends a certain vicious quality to the music and keeps things interesting, but accessible. One of the best aspects of this record is how good it sounds. That is to say, the production is simply stellar. It really allows the songs to shine and be the best that they can be. As a last note, their cover of Hotel California is simply magnificent. It clearly showcases Prey on The Fallen's unique musical style while paying tribute to one of the worlds greatest rock ballads." MELISSA THEMELI - Minneapolis Our city radio “We all know what good metal comes from the Los Angeles, California scene and Prey of the Fallen is one of those good metal bands. This fierce foursome is making a huge name for themselves by bringing an original sound to the genre of metal. Their powerful sound and electrifying live performances makes this band stand out among many. They are true to the genre but bring their own originality to metal. with exceptional vocals, killer solos, solid beats, and strong bass, this band brings creativity to a whole new level. This band is in tune with each other, perfect harmony and each person holding their own apart as well as a whole. Total band unification and they radiate it. Their fantastic cover of “Hotel California”, is in my opinion, the best version I have ever heard. I had the privilege of listening to their new album in its entirety, and I think it’s absolutely brilliant. Their self titled album has had excellent reviews!” Stefan - metaltoinfinity “Great blend of Southern Hard Rock and Heavy Metal played by a very good band inspired by Black Label Society, Pantera, Thunderbrew, American Motherload, Anthrax (John Bush ear). Loud, wild and ultra heavy – that is what Prey On The Fallen is all about. An album you carefully have to listen to from beginning to end, forget any disappointment… Ruud - myglobalmind "Singer Kurt Loun has an enthralling, authorative voice which echoes Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider (just listen to ‘Complete Hypocrisy’) and Metallica’s James Hetfield (‘War’). Guitarist Mark Bouras provides the tight and aggressive riffs and shows some blistering solo’s and the rhythm section (John Guy: bass and Mike Ikona; drums) really is the cement on which this band is build. This album will for sure please all metal fans as Prey On The Fallen does so much more than rewind you to the eighties. It’s an impressive start of a debuting band that is screaming for your attention." Mark Allen - Hardrockhaven.net "Prey On The Fallen should not remain indie for long. Their heavy-hitting remake of “Hotel California” alone should ensure plenty of positive attention from metal fans and label execs alike. Seriously, release that track as the next single and watch it chomp its way up the charts. But while that may be the album highlight, there is precious little on this debut to complain about. It’s classic, hard rocking heavy metal for the 21st century." Kaj Roth - RothNRoll “Now this is a great debut album from Los Angeles metallers Prey On The Fallen that blend classic hard rock with heavy metal, perfect in these times when autotune pop is taking over the charts around the world. Are you a fan of Godsmack? Then you should absolutely check out this 10 track album with killer songs like "Complete hypocrisy" and "Vultures to flesh", and how often do you get to hear a heavy metal version of Eagles hit "Hotel California"? Prey On The Fallen do it good and I really like their re-make. I think "Last breath" would be much suitable for the next Terminator Movie Soundtrack, that song is so powerful with macho riffs and a nice intro. Highly recommendable and also for fans of Angels of Babylon and The Jupiter Tide.” Brooke Daly - infectious magazine "The album starts off strong with the track “Prey on the Fallen,” an anthemic, and charged song. Singer Kurt Loun’s vocals are dramatic and could be likened to Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson. In fact, the general feel of the track is very much like early metal: blistering guitar solos and all." myglobalmind.com - myglobalmind.com “Singer Kurt Loun has an enthralling, authorative voice which echoes Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider (just listen to ‘Complete Hypocrisy’) and Metallica’s James Hetfield (‘War’). Guitarist Mark Bouras provides the tight and aggressive riffs and shows some blistering solo’s and the rhythm section (John Guy: bass and Mike Ikona; drums) really is the cement on which this band is build.” For additional information (such as promotional requests and interviews), please contact Prey On The Fallen’s publicist Yvonne Laughlin. email: preyonthefallen.pr@gmail.com OFFICIAL POTF FANPAGE
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Genres:
Rock, Metal
Band Members:
Daryl Hernandez, Kurt Loun, John Guy, Michael Ikona, Mark Bouras
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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About Prey on the Fallen

Prey On The Fallen combines classic hard-rock roots with the creativity and energy of today’s contemporary metal. This combination has resulted in new metal music that is diverse, yet always appealing. Overall, the music is heavy and exciting with an abundance of groove and a touch of melody. Kurt Loun’s vocals are incredibly strong, mesmerizing and authoritative, with a tone that is completely unique. Mark Bouras is a virtuoso guitar player that provides tight and aggressive rhythm playing in conjunction with masterful solos. Prey On The Fallen’s music is driven by a dynamic rhythm section that capitalizes on John Guy’s thundering bass capabilities and Mike Ikona’s power grooves. All members of Prey On The Fallen are lyricists, songwriters and collaborators. As a result, the band creates metal music which is intense, thought provoking, addictive and surprisingly original. Prey On The Fallen cites their main influences as Black Sabbath, Alice In Chains, Metallica, Pantera, Megadeth, Black Label Society, Down, Rob Zombie and Paradise Lost. There is something for everyone on Prey On The Fallen’s self titled CD. The disc consists of 10 songs that range across the entire metal spectrum. “Sherman’s March” and “Prey On The Fallen” are high tempo songs which immediately gives the listener an adrenaline rush. “Complete Hypocrisy” and “Present Time” are slow, heavy grooving songs that will rattle the listener to the bone. Songs such as “WAR”, “Creed to the Greed” and “Chain Reaction” will satisfy those who like the best of both worlds. Mainstream metal fans will love the infectious songs “Vultures to Flesh” and “Last Breath”. Finally, for those who enjoy a good cover, Prey On The Fallen has transformed the iconic Eagles’ song “Hotel California” into a metal masterpiece. Prey On The Fallen’s debut CD was Produced/Engineered/Mixed and arranged by: Ryan Greene (Megadeth, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Bad Religion, NOFX, Mr. Big) at Validus Recording Studios, Hollywood CA. The disc was mastered by Alan Douches (Cannibal Corpse, Otep, Holy Grail) of West West Side Music in New York. Finally, the artwork for the disc was created by award winning artist Eliran Kantor (Testament, Hatebreed, Sodom). Press Snippets: Iron Mathew - Metal-Temple ““Last Breath” is a superb slab of melodic Heavy Metal, similar in style to some of the great anthems by British legends JUDAS PRIEST. “Vultures To Flesh” is full of attitude, chugging guitars and a venomous vocal performance. The mid tempo PANTERA like “Present Time” chugs away relentlessly, followed by what may seem a strange choice of song to cover, but PREY ON THE FALLEN do a fantastic job with “Hotel California” (by THE EAGLES). Keeping true to the pace of the original song, it is slow, it is heavy and just as catchy as the original.” Daniel Sherrill - musicenthusiastmag.com “Overall, ‘Prey to the Fallen’ as an album should be heard from start to finish. This debut includes an impressive amounts of ‘Greatest Hits’ worth material, which will definitely leave you singing along with many of the tracks by the second chorus, not wanting the record to end.” That Rocker Chik - Cypticrock.com “One almost would not be able to tell this is Prey On The Fallen’s debut album. It’s sound is much more conditioned than a debut might normally sound. It will be interesting to see what else these guys can pull off in the future. CrypticRock gives this debut album a 5 out of 5 stars.” Matt Baggins - Two Guys Metal Reviews "I really appreciate the guitar playing, halfway between hard rock and thrash metal it provides a blaring way forward for the band. Sure the riffs aren't always super original but by God are they fun to listen too. Another key part of the group is the bands explosive lead singer, his voice lends a certain vicious quality to the music and keeps things interesting, but accessible. One of the best aspects of this record is how good it sounds. That is to say, the production is simply stellar. It really allows the songs to shine and be the best that they can be. As a last note, their cover of Hotel California is simply magnificent. It clearly showcases Prey on The Fallen's unique musical style while paying tribute to one of the worlds greatest rock ballads." MELISSA THEMELI - Minneapolis Our city radio “We all know what good metal comes from the Los Angeles, California scene and Prey of the Fallen is one of those good metal bands. This fierce foursome is making a huge name for themselves by bringing an original sound to the genre of metal. Their powerful sound and electrifying live performances makes this band stand out among many. They are true to the genre but bring their own originality to metal. with exceptional vocals, killer solos, solid beats, and strong bass, this band brings creativity to a whole new level. This band is in tune with each other, perfect harmony and each person holding their own apart as well as a whole. Total band unification and they radiate it. Their fantastic cover of “Hotel California”, is in my opinion, the best version I have ever heard. I had the privilege of listening to their new album in its entirety, and I think it’s absolutely brilliant. Their self titled album has had excellent reviews!” Stefan - metaltoinfinity “Great blend of Southern Hard Rock and Heavy Metal played by a very good band inspired by Black Label Society, Pantera, Thunderbrew, American Motherload, Anthrax (John Bush ear). Loud, wild and ultra heavy – that is what Prey On The Fallen is all about. An album you carefully have to listen to from beginning to end, forget any disappointment… Ruud - myglobalmind "Singer Kurt Loun has an enthralling, authorative voice which echoes Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider (just listen to ‘Complete Hypocrisy’) and Metallica’s James Hetfield (‘War’). Guitarist Mark Bouras provides the tight and aggressive riffs and shows some blistering solo’s and the rhythm section (John Guy: bass and Mike Ikona; drums) really is the cement on which this band is build. This album will for sure please all metal fans as Prey On The Fallen does so much more than rewind you to the eighties. It’s an impressive start of a debuting band that is screaming for your attention." Mark Allen - Hardrockhaven.net "Prey On The Fallen should not remain indie for long. Their heavy-hitting remake of “Hotel California” alone should ensure plenty of positive attention from metal fans and label execs alike. Seriously, release that track as the next single and watch it chomp its way up the charts. But while that may be the album highlight, there is precious little on this debut to complain about. It’s classic, hard rocking heavy metal for the 21st century." Kaj Roth - RothNRoll “Now this is a great debut album from Los Angeles metallers Prey On The Fallen that blend classic hard rock with heavy metal, perfect in these times when autotune pop is taking over the charts around the world. Are you a fan of Godsmack? Then you should absolutely check out this 10 track album with killer songs like "Complete hypocrisy" and "Vultures to flesh", and how often do you get to hear a heavy metal version of Eagles hit "Hotel California"? Prey On The Fallen do it good and I really like their re-make. I think "Last breath" would be much suitable for the next Terminator Movie Soundtrack, that song is so powerful with macho riffs and a nice intro. Highly recommendable and also for fans of Angels of Babylon and The Jupiter Tide.” Brooke Daly - infectious magazine "The album starts off strong with the track “Prey on the Fallen,” an anthemic, and charged song. Singer Kurt Loun’s vocals are dramatic and could be likened to Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson. In fact, the general feel of the track is very much like early metal: blistering guitar solos and all." myglobalmind.com - myglobalmind.com “Singer Kurt Loun has an enthralling, authorative voice which echoes Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider (just listen to ‘Complete Hypocrisy’) and Metallica’s James Hetfield (‘War’). Guitarist Mark Bouras provides the tight and aggressive riffs and shows some blistering solo’s and the rhythm section (John Guy: bass and Mike Ikona; drums) really is the cement on which this band is build.” For additional information (such as promotional requests and interviews), please contact Prey On The Fallen’s publicist Yvonne Laughlin. email: preyonthefallen.pr@gmail.com OFFICIAL POTF FANPAGE
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Metal
Band Members:
Daryl Hernandez, Kurt Loun, John Guy, Michael Ikona, Mark Bouras
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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