Warrant got its fill of cherry pie in the 80s and 90s, but apparently that was not enough to squelch the band's hunger. Warrant will storm back to the stage in 2008, with plans for a tour and new music well into 2009 and beyond. The band, formed in 1984 by LA guitarist Erik Turner and bassist Jerry Dixon, hit the rock scene in February 1989 with the release of its debut album, "Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich" (Columbia Records). A blistering world tour of 262 shows helped push the 10-track record to double platinum status. The CD spawned three singles -- Down Boys (27 on the Billboard Top 100), Sometimes She Cries (20), and Heaven (2) – Heaven also sold over 750,000 singles. DRFSR live home video certified Platinum.

Topping their freshman success may have seemed like a daunting task, but the band members proved they were up to the challenge. Just 19 months after D.R.F.S.R. introduced the American rock fan to Warrant, "Cherry Pie" -- the band's second album (Columbia Records) – solidified Warrant's standing in rock history. The band toured again at home and abroad with 200+ shows pushing USA sales of Cherry Pie well into the 2 million mark. The record's title track became perhaps the band's most recognizable hit, and the album peaked at 7 on the charts.

Nearly 20 years and eight albums the later, the buzz surrounding Warrant remains. Since the success in the late 80s and early 90s, the band has seen many changes but has remained a key cog in the ever-changing rock landscape. Warrant has endured death, changes in record label and loss of band members, it appears these hardships have only fueled Warrant's drive.

Immortal Synn

Originally founded in 2004 by guitarist Tony Z, the band has its roots in all things rock and metal.

Each member has different musical influences and exposure, adding elements of each to the music as a whole. Influences range from the Madrigals of the Middle Ages up to modern rock and even EDM; but all join into a uniquely Metal and Hard Rock sound.

The project was put on hiatus shortly after it was formed in order for Tony to join his previous band, Devoutcast, of which he was a part for six years. However, after parting ways with them, he revived Immortal Sÿnn in the summer of 2012.

A year later, Ben Kroll was added as drummer at the suggestion of a mutual friend. After several months of jamming and writing new material, the duo picked up guitarist Miguel Ruiz in early 2014. At the suggestion of Miguel later that summer, Jesse Bose was brought on board to play bass. A couple months later the group recruited Sage Knighten on vocals, giving the band its full lineup. After a few months, however, Sage parted ways for unknown reasons, and former vocalist, Chase McClellan, was re-introduced to the band.

With the band fully in place, we are ready to shred across the country and into a venue near you!


Dave Stremel - Vocals/ Lead Guitar
Bret Dilley - Lead Guitar
Rich Toler- Bass/ Vocals
Richie Petras - Drums


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We are CÖNAXX, a metal band from Colorado, dedicated to making music guys can headbang to, and girls can shake their hips to.

$15.53 - $450.00


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