• ATOMIC BROTHER SET TO RELEASE 'PRETTY LITTLE LUNATIC' DIGITAL EP ON MAY 25

    16 May 2010, 18:37 by atomicbrother

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    Austin, TX, May 13, 2010 – The alternative hard rock band Atomic Brother, is back with their 4th release, the EP, Pretty Little Lunatic (Atomic Brother Music), set for release on May 25, 2010 through AmazonMP3 and their Bandcamp powered online portal, http://music.atomicbrother.com (release on iTunes and other digital outlets will follow in subsequent weeks). Produced by Atomic Brother's S.A. Sebastian Gnolfo and James Melillo, Pretty Little Lunatic is a cool amalgam of punk rock stylings, modern alternative metal and anthemic 70s classic rock.

    Recorded in 5 cities in 3 countries, Pretty Little Lunatic features 5 new songs, 3 studio tracks and 2 live acoustic tracks and is the second in a series of EPs to be released by the band. “Right after we released See Me Comin', we began writing and recording demos of new songs and found we had a lot of really good material and were anxious to get new music out as quick as possible,” says Sebastian. …
  • Atomic Brother Update July 19, 2008

    2 Aug 2008, 14:43 by atomicbrother

    Hey everybody! It's been a little while since we've sent out an update. As is typical with unsigned or independent bands, things got hectic with the release of our album, See Me Comin'. Since we finished writing and recording we needed to take a few steps back and spend some time doing a little housekeeping to get the Atomic Brother house in order and work on the music business side of things. But that doesn't mean we've stopped playing and working on new stuff. Here's what's been going on in the world of Atomic Brother.

    While we've enjoyed spending the last year performing songs from our album, See Me Comin', we realized we had to keep things moving forward. So, we have been working hard the last few months songwriting for our next Atomic Brother album. As result, we have about 12 killer new songs, plus we re-worked a few older songs that we really loved from the See Me Comin' sessions. We'll be posting some videos of the songwriting sessions and rehearsals in our video podcast…
  • Atomic Brother in NYC & New Podcast Episode

    21 Mar 2008, 16:58 by sasebastian

    I'll be playing with my band, Atomic Brother, at Arlene's Grocery on March 28. Arlene's is one of the best small venues in NYC, and is probably our favorite place to play. We go on at 9PM sharp, and we will be introducing some new songs.

    Atomic Brother at Arlene's Grocery
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    The latest episode of the Atomic Brother video podcast, Wastin' Time with Atomic Brother is now out. In this episode we talk about how we write songs and take you into the studio to watch us write and record the demo of the song Wastin' All My Time. Visit the site at http://atomicbrother.com/wastin.


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    Atomic Brother
    See Me Comin'
  • Atomic Brother To Release New CD On Election Day, November 6, 2007

    11 Oct 2007, 02:07 by atomicbrother

    New York, NY, October 10, 2007 - On Election Day, November 6, 2007, the New York City-based Atomic Brother will release the follow-up to the band's 2004 release Elected, with their latest album, See Me Comin'.

    See Me Comin' is Atomic Brother's first full-length album and is a collection of 12 original songs. While mainly a hard-rock album, listeners are often surprised at the wide range of styles found on See Me Comin’. After the heavy riffs in “Not My Fault” and the title track “See Me Comin’,” it’s refreshing to find that the band is also capable of playing punk rock tunes like “Employee of the Month,” and even slower ballads such as “Home in the Sky” and the Spanish-feeling “Never Home.” With See Me Comin', Atomic Brother decided to focus more on writing good music and less on a particular genre. According to bassist Gnolfo, they were “tired of hearing bands both live and on CD that sound the same from start to finish,” so they decided to focus more on writing good music and less on keeping it within a particular genre. …
  • Atomic Brother To Release New CD On Election Day, November 6, 2007

    11 Oct 2007, 02:06 by atomicbrother

    New York, NY, October 10, 2007 - On Election Day, November 6, 2007, the New York City-based Atomic Brother will release the follow-up to the band's 2004 release Elected, with their latest album, See Me Comin'.

    See Me Comin' is Atomic Brother's first full-length album and is a collection of 12 original songs. While mainly a hard-rock album, listeners are often surprised at the wide range of styles found on See Me Comin’. After the heavy riffs in “Not My Fault” and the title track “See Me Comin’,” it’s refreshing to find that the band is also capable of playing punk rock tunes like “Employee of the Month,” and even slower ballads such as “Home in the Sky” and the Spanish-feeling “Never Home.” With See Me Comin', Atomic Brother decided to focus more on writing good music and less on a particular genre. According to bassist Gnolfo, they were “tired of hearing bands both live and on CD that sound the same from start to finish,” so they decided to focus more on writing good music and less on keeping it within a particular genre. …
  • Atomic Brother To Release New CD On Election Day, November 6, 2007

    11 Oct 2007, 02:06 by atomicbrother

    New York, NY, October 10, 2007 - On Election Day, November 6, 2007, the New York City-based Atomic Brother will release the follow-up to the band's 2004 release Elected, with their latest album, See Me Comin'.

    See Me Comin' is Atomic Brother's first full-length album and is a collection of 12 original songs. While mainly a hard-rock album, listeners are often surprised at the wide range of styles found on See Me Comin’. After the heavy riffs in “Not My Fault” and the title track “See Me Comin’,” it’s refreshing to find that the band is also capable of playing punk rock tunes like “Employee of the Month,” and even slower ballads such as “Home in the Sky” and the Spanish-feeling “Never Home.” With See Me Comin', Atomic Brother decided to focus more on writing good music and less on a particular genre. According to bassist Gnolfo, they were “tired of hearing bands both live and on CD that sound the same from start to finish,” so they decided to focus more on writing good music and less on keeping it within a particular genre. …
  • Atomic Brother To Release New CD On Election Day, November 6, 2007

    11 Oct 2007, 02:06 by atomicbrother

    New York, NY, October 10, 2007 - On Election Day, November 6, 2007, the New York City-based Atomic Brother will release the follow-up to the band's 2004 release Elected, with their latest album, See Me Comin'.

    See Me Comin' is Atomic Brother's first full-length album and is a collection of 12 original songs. While mainly a hard-rock album, listeners are often surprised at the wide range of styles found on See Me Comin’. After the heavy riffs in “Not My Fault” and the title track “See Me Comin’,” it’s refreshing to find that the band is also capable of playing punk rock tunes like “Employee of the Month,” and even slower ballads such as “Home in the Sky” and the Spanish-feeling “Never Home.” With See Me Comin', Atomic Brother decided to focus more on writing good music and less on a particular genre. According to bassist Gnolfo, they were “tired of hearing bands both live and on CD that sound the same from start to finish,” so they decided to focus more on writing good music and less on keeping it within a particular genre. …
  • Atomic Brother To Release New CD On Election Day, November 6, 2007

    11 Oct 2007, 02:06 by atomicbrother

    New York, NY, October 10, 2007 - On Election Day, November 6, 2007, the New York City-based Atomic Brother will release the follow-up to the band's 2004 release Elected, with their latest album, See Me Comin'.

    See Me Comin' is Atomic Brother's first full-length album and is a collection of 12 original songs. While mainly a hard-rock album, listeners are often surprised at the wide range of styles found on See Me Comin’. After the heavy riffs in “Not My Fault” and the title track “See Me Comin’,” it’s refreshing to find that the band is also capable of playing punk rock tunes like “Employee of the Month,” and even slower ballads such as “Home in the Sky” and the Spanish-feeling “Never Home.” With See Me Comin', Atomic Brother decided to focus more on writing good music and less on a particular genre. According to bassist Gnolfo, they were “tired of hearing bands both live and on CD that sound the same from start to finish,” so they decided to focus more on writing good music and less on keeping it within a particular genre. …
  • See Me Comin' Official Release

    6 Jul 2007, 01:27 by atomicbrother

    Atomic Brother
    See Me Comin'

    See Me Comin' is now available online at iTunes worldwide, Sony Connect, Rhapsody, Napster and eMusic! Got to the merch section of Atomic Brother's Website for links the album on all the stores.
  • See Me Comin' Official Release

    6 Jul 2007, 01:27 by atomicbrother

    Atomic Brother
    See Me Comin'

    See Me Comin' is now available online at iTunes worldwide, Sony Connect, Rhapsody, Napster and eMusic! Got to the merch section of Atomic Brother's Website for links the album on all the stores.