MADLIFE has redefined Metal and Hard Rock. Their current single "To Live and Die In Hollywood" debuted at #8 on Mediabase Active Rock Radio, climbing to #6 the second week. Madlife's highly anticipated 4th album "21st Century Megalomaniac" is due out this spring. Madlife announced their endorsement deal with Schecter Guitars earlier this year and just completed a video for their second single "Just One Gun" with director Matt Zane. This video is expected to turn a lot of heads.

Madlife IsaiahDeveloped in 2000, this industrial hard rock band from Los Angeles was contrived between Guitarist Isaiah Stuart and Lead Singer Angry Phill. With Phill's angry lyrics and Isaiah's unique guitar sound Madife was born. Madlife has since been made complete with Kyle Cunningham on drums and Carlos Pagan on bass. The chemistry between these four makes Madlife the band fans want to see and hear.

Phill and Isaiah formed MADLIFE and launched their first EP self titled "MADLIFE," produced by Andrew "Stoker" Growcott. After touring the South West and the LA area they knew they had something unique. Soon after, they released their 2nd EP, also produced by Stoker, titled "Music As Harsh As the World We Live In"

MADLIFE embarked on their first national tour in 2005, promoting "Music As Harsh As the World We Live In." They also activated a successful radio campaign, airing in thirty commercial and one hundred fifty college radio stations in the U.S.Madlife Phill

In 2006, MADLIFE began recording tracks for film and television. Since then they have written and recorded for Sony International's "Hex," trailers and bumpers, NBC's "Blue Skies" pilot, Discovery Channel's "Suits to Boots," the "Vampires Suck" Soundtrack and MTV. They have also written for Crusty Demons and several other independent projects. They also filmed their first music video "I Want War" directed by Jeff Jingle.

Subsequent to the music video, MADLIFE launched their second national tour spanning over twenty U.S. states. The following year, they garnered endorsements from Ernie Ball and In Tune Guitar Picks. Following their third national tour, Madlife recorded their third album "Angry Sonnets for the Soul." Produced by Evan 9 (Cage 9 and Powerman 5K), Angry Phill describes the EP as "An understanding of the twisted sea of emotion that is my life." Their third album and their exceptional notoriety amongst fans resulted in Jagermeister adding the band to their endorsement roster.Madlife Kyle

They played the 2009 Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival while "Angry Sonnets for the Soul" was re-released through Universal/Fontana/RBE. The album featured their radio single,"Be Tomorrow." By the time "Be Tomorrow" hit, MADLIFE had toured well over 75% of the United States. Nixxi Sixx (Motley Crue) named "Be Tomorrow" "Pick of the Week" on his national syndicated radio show, "Sixx Sense."

The band has current endorsements from Ernie Ball, In Tune Guitar Picks, Schecter Guitars, Fryette Amps, Line 6, Meinl Cymbals and FrankinThread Clothing.Madlife Carlos

MADLIFE has shared the stage with Korn, Marilyn Manson, Slayer, Fiver Finger Death Punch, Volbeat, Prong, Trivium, Killswich Engage, Bullet for My Valentine, Adema, All the Remains and many more.

Nothing More

Energy, entertainment, and rock are the elements that define one of the region's most eclectic acts...Nothing More. Having segments that mirror "Blue Man Group" and "Stomp", a catalogue of songs that overflow with passion, and a show that anyone can enjoy, Nothing More breaks the barriers that define a typical "Rock Band". They have formed a unique fusion of progressive rock and eclectic stage entertainment, which makes them stand out in the crowd of mainstream, cookie-cutter entertainment. In 2007 they were selected out of 15,000 bands to be featured on Fox's "The Next Great American Band", as well as being chosen out of 13,000 bands to take home the grand prize of the Warped Tour/Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands.

Touring extensively for years throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma has sparked a buzz that extends beyond the South and Southwest. Being one of the regions strongest acts, Nothing More has been given the opportunity to share the stage with some of the hottest national artists that move through the region, including 30 Seconds to Mars, Hinder, The Used, Coheed and Cambria, Yellowcard, and more. The energy, dedication and sincerity of Nothing More promises a long and successful future. Take it from Frank Pain, Program Director of Rock108, "You DO NOT want to miss this!!"



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