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Byron Nemeth: “The Video Chronicles Reimagined” Album Review


Byron Nemeth: “The Video Chronicles Reimagined” Album Review

In celebration of the upcoming album from Steel Panther, Heavy Metal Rules, SkullsnBones and the Bad Boys of Spandex, Bandanas and Damp Mom Jeans are looking for the hidden gems in unsigned underground metal. So, meet Byron Nemeth, guitar-slinger extrordinaire.

Originally hailing from Ohio, Nemeth now makes his home in the hot deserts of Arizona. We had the chance to listen to his release, The Video Chronicles Reimagined, and it hits all the right notes, literally and figuratively. He’s toured with everyone – and, I mean everyone! Doro, Metal Church, Pat Travers, Wrathchild America, Zakk Wylde, and the list keeps going. He is definitely a guitarist in the vein of Joe Satriani and Steve Vai, and his playing is precise and can cut like a razor or be as soft as a fluffy little kitty when it needs to be.

The Video Chronicles Reimagined is a nice four-track EP showing what he can do. His ace in the hole is vocalist Mark Boals who sang on some early Yngwie Malmsteen albums and is pretty damned good. He has a solid voice that should warrant some attention from the music industry and fans alike.

So, it’s always cool here at SkullsnBones when we are treated to new music. If you’re a guitar geek, check out Byron Nemeth. He’s definitely paid his dues and deserves a bigger audience when on the road. And, from SkullsNBones, Steel Panther, and King Rhino, keep it metal and stay safe in the pit bitches!

The Video Chronicles Reimagined is out now. Buy it here!

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