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Gladhammer

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About Gladhammer

Gladhammer was formed in December of 2016 in Phoenix Arizona.

Gladhammer focuses on hooky melodies, thick, heavy chords, and plenty of volume to create
their signature desert-rock sound.
This band was designed to be seen and heard live.
"We we're tired of hearing a big difference between a song in our headphones, and then seeing
that band live", says Brian Diamond, guitarist of Gladhammer.
"That is why I play a true, stereo guitar rig live, and we only track 'organically' (24-tracks live,
all real equipment)"

Fronted by Mitchell Steele on vocals from Jesus Chrysler Supercar, and Zig Zag Black back in
the day, Gladhammer has melodies and words that you will find yourself singing along too.
"I think the days of screaming and barking vocals are played out." says Mitch. "We wanted
something a little less angry sounding."

Gladhammer's live sound, is a nod back to the 'old days', when you could actually hear the
drummer's snare live, and the bass, is an integral part of the sound.
Not hearing the drums, will never be a problem again, after bringing Matt Helmstadter from Zig
Zag Black on board in June of 2017. "Rim-shots are my thing." says Matt.
And don't you dare refer to Gladhammer's bass player as 'the bass player'. It's John Tweedy up
front, and in your face, playing the Warwick.

Influenced by the unsung greats of the past like Failure, Hum and 30 Seconds to Mars, Gladhammer is sending listeners down on a new, yet familiar path.
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About Gladhammer

Gladhammer was formed in December of 2016 in Phoenix Arizona.

Gladhammer focuses on hooky melodies, thick, heavy chords, and plenty of volume to create
their signature desert-rock sound.
This band was designed to be seen and heard live.
"We we're tired of hearing a big difference between a song in our headphones, and then seeing
that band live", says Brian Diamond, guitarist of Gladhammer.
"That is why I play a true, stereo guitar rig live, and we only track 'organically' (24-tracks live,
all real equipment)"

Fronted by Mitchell Steele on vocals from Jesus Chrysler Supercar, and Zig Zag Black back in
the day, Gladhammer has melodies and words that you will find yourself singing along too.
"I think the days of screaming and barking vocals are played out." says Mitch. "We wanted
something a little less angry sounding."

Gladhammer's live sound, is a nod back to the 'old days', when you could actually hear the
drummer's snare live, and the bass, is an integral part of the sound.
Not hearing the drums, will never be a problem again, after bringing Matt Helmstadter from Zig
Zag Black on board in June of 2017. "Rim-shots are my thing." says Matt.
And don't you dare refer to Gladhammer's bass player as 'the bass player'. It's John Tweedy up
front, and in your face, playing the Warwick.

Influenced by the unsung greats of the past like Failure, Hum and 30 Seconds to Mars, Gladhammer is sending listeners down on a new, yet familiar path.
Show More
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