Pain Love n’ War Announces New Singer

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Pain Love n’ War welcomes Fern Rivera who brings a unique vocal style influenced by underground hip hop and classic rock and is constantly pushing the boundaries of what his voice is capable of. This is evident in both his loyal fan base as well  as the plethora of LA’s finest he’s shared stages with.

Pain Love n’ War seeks to create modern rock that breaks new ground while maintaining a healthy respect for the legacy of rock influences that fuel their passion. Their debut album, Over Looking Back, was released by Rock Avenue Records  on February 1st, 2016. Whether it’s heavy riffs with a dusting of industrial electronica or crooning ballads, Pain Love n’ War speaks to fellow sonic freaks that share a taste for their religion.

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Pain Love n’ War Signs With Rock Avenue Records

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Pain Love N’ War – Rock/ Electronic , Orange County, CA signs with Rock Avenue Records and brings us this unique sound.

Whether it’s heavy riffs with a dusting of industrial electronica or crooning ballads, Pain Love n’ War speaks to fellow sonic freaks that share a taste for their religion.

http://www.rockaverecords.com/

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Pain Love n’ War Working With Rock Avenue Records/ Live Radio

Pain Love n’ War is working with Rock Avenue Records who recently put on a live event we performed at that was broadcast live on Core of Destruction Radio:

Stone Grooves & Deep Cuts on CoD Radio – November 6, 2015 (Rock Ave. Records showcase) by Stone Grooves & Deep Cuts on Mixcloud

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Pain Love n’ War On Core Of Destruction Radio

Pain Love n’ War was featured on Core Of Destruction Radio in the last hour which was dedicated to Rock Avenue Records artists. You can hear the broadcast here:

Stone Grooves & Deep Cuts on CoD Radio – December 18, 2015 by Stone Grooves & Deep Cuts on Mixcloud

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Pain Love n’ War debut album “Over Looking Back” reviewed by The Even Ground

“You can hear the combination of Industrial and metal elements on the first song “Pain in Love and War.” It’s a high-energy song that you could picture a UFC fighter using before he or she stepped into the Octagon. Metal has made its way it the mainstream a while ago and I think Pain Love n’ War style will appeal to a large audience because of that . The music feels contemporary and also a bit nostalgic for those of us who remember when harder bands from the ‘90s like Incubus, Slipknot, NIN and  Alice In Chains were huge.” – The Even Ground

Read more here:

http://www.nomoredivision.com/indie-music-album-reviews/pain-love-n-war-over-looking-back

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Pain Love n’ War To Play House Of Blues Hollywood

Pain Love n’ War will be performing at The House Of Blues Hollywood in the Parish Room on Thursday, July 23rd at 8:45 PM and is honored to be one of the last bands to do so as The House Of Blues Hollywood will soon be closing its doors forever.

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PAIN LOVE N’ WAR ANNOUNCES RELEASE PARTY FOR DEBUT ALBUM OVER LOOKING BACK

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Pain Love n’ War will release its debut album, Over Looking Back, on Saturday, June 6th, 2015. This release will be available via iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and other music websites worldwide. An album release party set for the same date will take place at The Cork: 5043 Van Nuys Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 at 8:15PM.

Pain Love n’ War was formed in 2012 by vocalist Rob Sandoval and guitarist Hoyt Binder.  Rob resides in San Diego where he’s better known as the front man for future pop band Electrovot. He brings a wealth of old school and modern influences to the band ranging from grunge to electronica. Hoyt resides in Orange County where he’s known as a jazz-rock artist and member of progressive rock band Primitive Overflow.  He brings a heavy edged backbone to the band that harkens to the glory days of guitar-driven rock.

Together, they create modern rock that seeks to break new ground while maintaining a healthy respect for the legacy of rock influences that fuel their passion. Their debut album, Over Looking Back, consists of 12 songs that loosely tell the turmoil of finding, losing and regaining love. Rob and Hoyt share all songwriting duties and enlisted OC drummer extraordinaire Bobby Albright as well as electronica artists Andrew Casciato and Chris Reynolds to round out their self-produced debut.

Whether it’s heavy riffs with a dusting of industrial electronica or crooning ballads, Pain Love n’ War speaks to fellow sonic freaks that share a taste for their religion.

For more info visit www.facebook.com/painlovenwar

via http://newmusicweekly.com/?p=68261

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Hoyt Binder Featured On New Donnie Vie Album

I played some solos on Donnie Vie’s new release, “The White Album.” This is some of Donnie’s finest writing and it was an honor to collaborate once again.

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Read more about Donnie’s new double album here: http://www.rockngrowl.com/donnie-vie-to-release-new-studio-album/

 

 

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Hoyt Binder Prayrie Go Round (Featuring Toss Panos) Mentioned In ProgressiveRock BR

Hoyt Binder (from prog Rock Band “Primitive Overflow”) first solo release will be a fusion instrumental album featuring Toss Panos on drums titled “Prayrie Go Round”. Hoyt is already working on a second instrumental album to follow. Primitive Overflow, his progressive rock band with Donnie Vie, of Enuff Z’ Nuff, Primitive Overflow is signed to ProgRock Records and the album, “Honor Way Down,” is available worldwide. Hoyt and Donnie are also working on a rock opera that will be released in the distant future…

http://progrockmetal.blogspot.com/2013/12/progressive-rock-progressive-metal-e_1095.html

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Hoyt Binder Releases 3rd Single, “Waiting For Donnie” From Prayrie Go Round (Featuring Toss Panos)

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