Bad Religion, Tenacious D, Filter, Death By Stereo Supergroup Kidney's Set Release

When you think of bands that are at opposite ends of the spectrum Bad Religion and Tenacious D might well fit the bill, but sandwiched between these two acts is Brooks Wackerman who serves as drummer for both.

The fact that Brooks drives the bus for both of these amazing bands should give you a good idea of the level that his group Kidneys is performing at. Featuring Brooks on vocals and guitar, Kidneys' live line up is rounded out by bassist John Spiker (Filter, Tenacious D) and Todd Hennig (Death By Stereo) giving the band an all-star line up that is a pleasure to experience in person.

For the creation of the bands first full length studio album Brooks manned the instrument ship solo, but did receive a little help from friend Monique Powell (Save Ferris) on back ground vocals. The result is a well-rounded release that will impress even the most hard to please listener with a unique sound that falls somewhere between the clever melodies and arrangements of early Elvis Costello and the hard driving power pop of the Decendents.

The albums blazing lead off track "Christian Cheerleading" sets the tone for what is to come and the single "The Engine" tells a story of the fight to stay on track in life while leaving the users and meaningless noise behind us. The sound of Kidneys is something that everyone can relate to.

Available on iTunes Worldwide and Rhapsody, Kidneys is accessible anywhere you can plug in your lap top or iPod starting November 24th

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