The Australia quartet, Strange Karma, has released their album, ‘Volume via FNA Records – www.fnarecords.net. I just checked these guys out on their “America” video and they seem to have that “Zepplin” feel.
The band consists of brothers Martin Strange (singer) and Paul Strange (guitar), as well as Doe Prijono (bass), and Jason McDonald (drums). Strange Karma has just issued their kick ass debut, which runs the gamut from vintage hard rock anthems (the lead-off single/video, “America,” and “Harder Than A Stone”), as well as more reflective material (“Time” and “Down and Out,” the latter a track that won “Best Unsigned Act” at the 2010 UK MMA MP3 Awards). “13 days to record 3 years to release,” says Martin Strange. “Our Music must be heard and our shows must be seen. We make our own dreams. Strange Karma – ‘Volume 1’!”
Strange Karma already done some gigs here in the U.S. such as the Roxy, the Cat Club, and the Whisky A Go-Go.
As Sally Steele from Vegas Rocks Magazine states, “Every so often I come into contact with a band that stands above the others with a passion and drive that does not exist very often in this business. Such is the case with Strange Karma. It is rare that every member in a band is at the top of their game and shines like a star in their own special way but Strange Karma glows all the way in that respect.”
Check out their video “America” below
‘Volume 1’ available for purchase here: <http://www.amazon.com/Vol-1-Strange-Karma-Strange/dp/B004OMFJK6/ref=sr_1_2?i>
and here http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/strangekarma