Sarabaitez blend Metal impact with Punk attitude on a Chunky rock rhythm foundation to explore contemporary themes and the undomesticated delight of amplitude. Performance is fast, loud and unrelenting. Born into a "play it until you bleed if it sounds good" tradition, Sarabaitez don't shy away from difficult issues such as drunken sexual assault, dysfunctional relationships and porn addiction. Or the realities of life on the margins, the peripheries and in the gutters of governing elites. Sarabaitez celebrate The Band as art form and platform to empower resistance against oppression, fear and hate. The aim is simple: speak out using the means you know best. What Sarabaitez know best is a concoction of high tempo attack reminiscent of The Ramones combined with the dystopian distortion found everywhere since Ace of Spades and a bit of anything and everything in between.
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Suicide, New York Dolls, Ramones, The Slits, David Bowie, Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, Dylan Thomas, Tom Waites, Boomtown Rats, Billy Bragg, Cramps, The Jam, Talking Heads, Smiths, Sweet Mercy, Zigue Zigue Sputnik, The Infidels, Motorhead, Disneyland After Dark, Stranglers, Beastie Boys, Snakey Joe, Megadeath, PJ Harvey, Poison, Ratt, Lady Gaga, Faith No More, Grunge, Thee Hypnotics, Jane’s Addiction, Supersonic Winds of Neptune, Dogs D'amour, Sonic Youth, DEP, Prophets of Rage, Bikini Kill, Pearl Jam, The Pogues, Pussy Riot, Feine Sahne Fischfilet, Hole.......................................
Members Of Band
Yes, we have some equipment!
Hey Ay! Track number: 1 Year: 2018 Album: Sarablicious Genre: Punk
If nobody's listening shout louder! Add some distortion, some drums, bass, and a mic. Tell 'em your rules! Tell 'em how it is, how it really is!!
Mr Blisters Track number: 3 Year: 2018 Album: Sarablicious Genre: Rock
What do you do online all day Honey? Banking?
I Love You I Hate You
I Love You I Hate You Track number: 3 Year: 2018 Album: Sarablicious Genre: Alternative
Is it possible for relationships to be purely functional or dysfunctional? Do we ebb and flow on a spectrum between realities? Good and bad, love and hate? As we learn to understand and to live with each other?
Metal to the Masses Sheffield Heat One.