Line-up: Duke Harkrider – Vocal, guitar Justin Morrow – Bass Mason Warren – Drums Track Listing: 1.The Watchers 2.Burn’em Alive 3.The Reaper 4.Screenface 5.The Unknown Social Media Links: https://open.spotify.com/album/0Av46QBl3VqsuLVyfVotfh https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw7K8H8XPrWac-Z7lIlUQYQ https://www.facebook.com/Gypsy_Railhead-163186284508459/ https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/gypsyrailhead/the-watchers https://www.sonicbids.com/band/gypsy-railhead/ http://store.cdbaby.com/cd/gypsyrailhead Contact Information: Kristi Johnson – Band Manager Cell – (817) 880-5094 Kgjohnson86@gmail.com email@example.com Label; Misanthropik Records
Band/Artist: Gypsy Railhead Genre: Hard Rock/Metal Description: Currently on all your favorite streaming services and on physical CD, Gypsy Railhead’s first EP “The Watchers” begins their quest to create the new generation of classic hard rock with theatrical undertones and a touch of masquerade. Join Gypsy Railhead, 3 unique masked musicians who move in triangular formations with mind blowing time changes, explosive bass lines and soaring melodies. It’s the solid rock and roll album that you will want to sink your teeth into. Influences for the album: AC/DC, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Ronnie James Dio
Duke Harkrider, who has passionately played drums for over 30 years in the Florida music scene began playing the drums at age 5. He needed a new challenge and decided to reinvent himself as a guitar slaying front man and vocalist. His goal was to build a new wall of sound and increase the excitement of the music via time changes. This led Patrick to reach out to some fellow musicians within the local scene who had expressed some interest to shake things up a little.
Justin Morrow (bass), an amazing musician and artist with 9 professional playing years under his belt. He started out playing guitar but took a step over to 4 strings and never looked back. He can hold the bottom end like nobody’s business as his blazing bass lines keep the crowd grooving.
Mason Warren (drums), began playing the drums at age five is a hard-hitting one-man machine. He started playing professionally at age 14 in the Dallas Texas “Deep Ellum” entertainment district. Mason was not the original drummer but joined the band 6 months into the project. Mason’s energetic drumbeats maintain the rhythm and keep the fans screaming for more. The mask represents anonymity for the trio, allowing the music to be delivered in mysterious ways.