Sinner or Saint! Homicide Black

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Step 11 – 7 Sin Martyr
Lollytrigger – One
Sickleeye – Rock-a-Bye (Live)
sweeper – sweetcate 1 – akmusicscene
suffaCATE – Life
Sweeper – Jim Platt
* Interview – Homicide Black – the Pennsylvania Rock Show
Homicide Black – Sinner or Saint
Sweeper – PA Rock Show – jeffradio2012
Homicide Black – Church on the Hill
After the Fall – Rumors
SubSonic – Burn It Down
Amber Alexis – Indiana
Sweeper Napolean Dynamite
Gasoline Dion – Pickle Farm
sweeper – step 11 – 2
kaj – Leverage (acoustic)
Loose Springs – Nashville
Rockabilly Junction – # 8
Big With Seed – Need To Be Freed (Live 7-27-05)
Sweeper – Indie Band Radio
Ill Fated – Don’t Know
Osaris – Home (live)
Terry McCausland-Cruel Intentions
punn rules
Tony Marinacci – All the Answers
———— Lots of old School PA Rock Show in this one 9 YEARS of the PA Rock Show!
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Homicide Black’s Biography

Paying homage to their musical roots, Homicide Black conjures images of darkness, despair and salvation (not always in that order), telling epic tales with some songs while delivering a straightforward onslaught of crushing metal with others. The music is truly brought to life during the band’s blistering live performances that include tributes to the metal gods designed to engage the audience and introduce metal’s rich history to new fans as well as reacquainting it with those who have waited far too long for their music to return to the epic stature it once had.
Each member is a multi-instrumentalist, allowing for a truly organic writing process which is evident in the material on the band’s self-titled debut. From the dark imagery that sets the stage for “Spirits of the Dead,” “Sinner or Saint” and “Church on the Hill” to the tragedies that unfold in “The Tower” and “Well of Souls,” Homicide Black brings to life a new dawn of metal and the drive to bring it to the metal-starved masses.
Comprised of these integral elements, each formidable in his own right, combined they form an unstoppable force of crushing metal, the likes the metal world rarely witnesses.
The thunderous cannons launched by Jim “Jazz” Byers set the musical juggernaut into motion and barrel on throughout each groove-laden number in the band’s repertoire. A seasoned musician with numerous independent releases and national artist status under his belt, Jazz’s drums drive the music, allowing the songs to flourish and the tales to be told, all while pounding a dent into the chests of the metal-starved audiences that pack venues to experience Homicide Black. Sean Nestor has a long history with Jazz, as the two have collaborated on many previous projects and have remained brothers in arms throughout the years. The guitarist, voice and head storyteller of the band, Sean has been around long enough to know how to deliver metal’s message, and does just that with vocals ranging from melodic musings to the insane screams of a lunatic mind. Sean’s mission is to engage every audience, creating an intimate theatre environment that renders no difference between the 1st or 40th row of the venue. Mike “Lobo” Loborec adds the bass to the mix and all is complete.
These forces unite to form Homicide Black, the perfect remedy for a weary, ailing metal world. So unite all ye sinners and saints. Homicide Black has arrived to provide salvation.

About the Author
Bill is the owner of Build the Scene, Vice President of First Angel Media, and the "tech guy" behind Music from the 412. He has been working with local, independent bands since 1996. He currently offers the following services: Web Design & Development, Electronic Press Kit Design & Development, Concert & Promotional Photograpy, Radio, Streaming TV, & Podcast Airtime, & Artist PR & Marketing Bill is the host of the Pennsylvania Rock Show (Radio, Podcast, TV Show & Vlog), 3 Questions and a Song (Radio, Podcast & Vlog) & Friendly Fire (Live Radio Show). Bill is also the owner of Build the Scene Radio

3 comments on “Sinner or Saint! Homicide Black

  1. John Klazon says:

    One of my favorite bands.

    1. I love their song Church on a Hill

  2. parockshow says:

    Sean and Jazz joined us the first time to tell us about their band Homicide Black. What did you think of the show?

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