From: CA, United States
Genre: Rock, Metal
Just in time for the end of days, according to the Mayans at least, Freakhouse has just released their first single and video "Invincible" from their upcoming release of the same name. Imagine the perfect pre fight song for a UFC mixed martial artist from hell and you will have an idea of what this crushing track has in store for you. The video is a mix of band shots with MMA fighter smack downs, bad ass motocross, loads of fire and epic explosions and quite simply those who really are INVINCIBLE. This is a track that is destined to be a fan favorite. Who doesn't love yelling "I am Invincible" in a world where you either eat or get eaten.
"That was no mistake. We've always been all about our fans", says vocalist Rob Escher. "When we go to a show we want a release from our everyday stress and bu&!@#!, so that's what we really aim to give people: a way to let it all out and I mean ALL of it", Matt Clark adds, "These songs were written with our live show in mind and we will definitely be playing a lot of the new stuff on tour and in Japan when the album gets released overseas".
Freakhouse has always believed in working hard and playing harder and the new album is really a celebration of that. Scott Freak says "We keep pushing the pedal to the metal because we know that kind of commitment has always gotten us places." Newest Freakhouse member Al Serrato couldn't agree more, "Freakhouse fans are the best and it's great to be part of this family." Look for Freakhouse on the web, the single and video "Invincible" should be viralling near you soon!
1. Who are the members of Freakhouse?
Rob Escher - vocalist
Matt Clark - guitarist, background vocals
Scott Freak - bassist, background vocals
Al Serrato - drums
2. Where are Freakhouse from?
Formed in Austin, Texas, the band now resides in Los Angeles, California.
3. What are Freakhouse's releases to date?
Invincible (2012) No Way Down (dvd release - 2010) Freakhouse (self-titled - 2009) Beautiful Misery (2005) Subculture Revolution (2002) All releases through Reality Entertainment except Subculture Revolution through QED Entertainment
4. What singles/videos has Freakhouse released?
No Way Down
Dead on the Inside
5. Where was Freakhouse formed?
Freakhouse was formed in Austin, TX and was quickly signed to a one off record deal. They subsequently moved their home base to Los Angeles where they were signed by Reality Entertainment.
6. Where has Freakhouse been featured?
Here's a partial list: Big Bang Theory (CBS), Challengers (MTV), All Dell Computers, UFC (too many episodes to mention), Blood Out (Lionsgate), Galerions: Rion (anime movie), Mobile Skatepark (Fox Sports), etc.