BEAT100 members found the Senton Bombs a most popular pick among the Original Charts this month for their outstanding performance.
(PRWEB) May 29, 2013
The votes are cast and the top three winners of the May 13th BEAT100 Original Music Video Chart have been announced, with New Disorder placing first, The Senton Bombs claiming second, and alternative rock band, ‘Hype!’, in third. The BEAT100 community congratulates these three talented ensembles for their outstanding original music video performance in the most recent BEAT100 chart compilation!
With influences ranging from 30 Seconds to Mars, System of a Down, and Avenged Sevenfold, Italian band, New Disorder, rocked first place in the BEAT100 charts with the performance of their original song, ‘Free Me From The Dark’. The outstanding track features hard-hitting guitar riffs and drums accompanied by melodic vocals and harmonies. The band provides a true head banger and enjoyable track well deserving of first place status with over 13,000 views.
New Disorder formed in 2009 in Rome and consists of Francesco Lattes on vocals, Giordano Chiavoni and Fabrizio Biz Ferretti on guitars, Stefano Rossi on bass, and Luca Marini on drums. The alternative rock band is known for their fusion of metal, punk, and rock that provides fans with a diverse variety of track releases. Fans can connect with New Disorder on BEAT100 to learn more about the band’s recent album release, “Dissociety”, and upcoming tour dates beginning in June.
Accumulating over 3,000 votes on the BEAT100 Original Music Video Charts this month, The Senton Bombs prove punk rock and roll is alive and well with their original song, ‘Do Your Job’. The single originates from the band’s full-length album, “Gambit”, released in 2012. The album speaks volumes about this UK band’s knack for producing some quality modern punk, as ‘Do Your Job’ alone features the four-piece ensemble providing an energetic and up-beat performance filled with brilliant guitar solos, fast-paced beats, and gritty punk style vocals. Receiving over 10,000 views on their music video this month alone, BEAT100 members found the Senton Bombs a most popular pick among the Original Charts this month for their outstanding performance.
Placing third in the BEAT100 Original Music Chart this month, the Serbian band ‘Hype!’ excited the BEAT100 community with their alternative rock track, ‘Weird’. Forming in fall of 2009, the band “plays alternative rock with the sincerity and energy of a garage band, fanatically committed to total authenticity of expression,” says PR representative, Andrea Baskin. The five-piece band consists of Dragana Mijatović, aka Gaga Lee, on lead-vocal, Darko Kurjak on drums, Pavle Kirćanski on guitar, Miloš Kralj on bass, and Dalibor Kurjak on guitar.
“Iggy Pop is someone who will always be in my heart, because I've always aspired to that kind of rebellious attitude and I'm like that, somewhere in the depths of my soul. I hope that I manage to express at least a fraction of that through my music,” says the bands lead singer, Gaga Lee, “authenticity is always [my first priority] as a singer and songwriter”. Lee’s words hold true, as ‘Hype’s!’ authentic and original style is apparent in ‘Weird’ through the band’s unique chord progressions, intense, yet passionate lyrics, and drastic dynamics, from moments filled with high energy and loud distortion suddenly transformed to quiet and melodic instrumental grooves.
“My biggest achievement is that I was given the opportunity to pursue a music career... it's what makes me the happiest, and plus to have the talent to do it well enough, so that others recognize and enjoy the gift I am providing them. That gives me the greatest satisfaction,” says Lee.
Musicians and music-lovers alike can join BEAT100 free today and connect with New Disorder, The Senton Bombs, and ‘Hype!’ to learn more about these outstanding artists. BEAT100 members can upload their original music videos to the BEAT100 Original Music Video Chart for a chance to join the ranks of these three top bands while being seen, heard, and rewarded by a global audience.