Lick My Label



This is not quite what I meant when I coined the term Sumeriancore.

But Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen had this to say about his label’s recent signing of the iconic member of Bone Thugs N’ Harmony:

While we have been making a meaningful impact on the current state of heavy music, the true theme to Sumerian has always been about progressive music, not just metal. Bizzy Bone is one of the most progressive vocalists I have ever heard! Known in his genre for being the fastest yet the most melodic, the most technical yet the most harmonic, the marks Bizzy has left in music are something I will always love. The fact that Bizzy and Bone Thugs all booked one way Greyhound tickets to LA and lived on the streets until they were able to get discovered and signed is true artist dedication to their craft. This same spirit is something that has allowed many Sumerian bands to organically build their careers and achieve their dreams.

Well alrighty then. I don’t exactly think “progressive” or “technical” when I think of “Tha Crossroads,” but um, ya know, they were definitely very influential to a certain kind of music so there’s that.

Expect to see Bizzy Bone opening up for The Faceless any day now.


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