Since that day, Soul Broker has gained a loyal following of dedicated rock fans throughout Northern California. Playing such legendary local spots as The Covered Wagon in San Francisco (now called Annieâ€™s) and Berkeleyâ€™s Blakeâ€™s on Telegraph, Soul Broker has never failed to arouse a crowd into frenzy of metal euphoria.
Soul Brokerâ€™s Debut Album Soul For Sale crosses musical boundaries, racial boundaries and social boundaries covering everything from Punk to metal to thrash in an amalgamation that includes five very different people from very different social and ethnic backgrounds. â€œJust look at us, weâ€™re like the United Nations of Rock,â€ says the band. â€œWhen you take a mix like thisâ€”a Native American, a Mexican, a Jew, an African American, and an Irish guyâ€”your bound to come up with something totally different than the norm.â€
Although so seemingly different from each other in so many ways, the one thing that brings this band together is the music. Their musical influences range from Danzig and The Misfits to Clutch, Fu Manchu and Kyuss; early metal gods like Zeppelin and Sabbath play their important roles as well.
Look for Soul Brokerâ€™s debut Album Soul for Sale on cdbaby.com & iTunes and check out their fan page at www.myspace.com/soulbroker
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