BANG BANG FIRECRACKER – Hellbent for Pleasure

BANG BANG FIRECRACKER lay down a prominent marker with the release of their
debut album, Welcome To The Slaughterhouse, out Friday 22nd February. BANG
BANG FIRECRACKER will also drop a spanking new video this January. Prior to
all of this, you can check out their current video for Hellbent For
Pleasure, here

Taking from a glut of influences, ranging from AC/DC and Ozzy Osbourne to
Slayer and Guns N Roses, and drawing from the fundamentals of metal, classic
and modern rock, BANG BANG FIRECRACKER have amassed a sound that packs
pulsating rock riffs with enticing vocal lines. The end result is an
onslaught of anthemic tracks that are brimming with groove, attitude and
vigour.

BANG BANG FIRECRACKER is a brand new and exciting solo project conceived by
guitarist Kieron “K” Berry. Kieron originally cut his teeth on the UK metal
scene through touring and putting out a barrage of releases with Razorwire,
Pain Control, Extreme O.D, and more recently Enemo-J. After leaving Enemo-J,
Kieron took time out to recharge and regroup. After his brief hiatus from
music, he answered a ‘Musician Wanted’ Facebook advert. Fast forward a few
weeks, and Kieron soon found himself supporting one of his guitar heroes,
Chris Holmes (W.A.S.P.). Kieron returned home with tour stories and the
inspiration to start writing once again. Soon after, he recruited old
friends Marcus Wrench and Russ Gwynne to respectively handle the bass and
drum duties, and by the end of 2017, plans and songs were firmly in place
and on track.

BANG BANG FIRECRACKER will drop their debut album this February. Kieron
comments about the inspiration for the project and album: “Back in June
2017, I was outside the Yardbirds Venue in Grimsby while on tour with Chris
Holmes (W.A.S.P. founder and guitarist). In one hand he was clutching his
Vape and in the other he had a gallon jug of Pepsi Max! I grew up in awe of
this guy and his fellow Hell Raisers. He was intense as hell and talking
about all the new music he was creating.. I stood watching Chris every night
for fifteen shows – we hung out at venues, walked around many cities and we
shared many conversations about life and music. I started writing again very
soon after – the songs flowed, and I’ll forever be in debt to Chris Holmes
for essentially kicking my Ass!”

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