Her Bed of Thorns, Breaking The Mold

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In a global music scene where most bands find themselves following a trend to get noticed, few bands keep with their roots and stay true to the sound that defined the members as musicians. San Diego’s Her Bed of Thorns takes pride in breaking that mold and showcases the elements that made rock n’ roll what it always has been about: attitude, energy, musicianship, and in this case, the Southern California coastal lifestyle.

This four piece rock outfit hailing out of Encinitas, California brings a blend of groove-based hard rock and melodic-soulful vocals that stand out in a scene where screaming reigns king. Armed with high energy and Marshall charged guitar riffs mixed with their own brand of emotional songwriting, Her Bed of Thorns has the ability to switch from hard-hitting rockers to audience-grabbing ballads setting this band apart from other current and past artists.

Founded in 2007 by vocalist/guitarist Chris Irick and guitarist Tim Nicholson, Her Bed of Thorns went through an evolutionary process that now defines their signature West Coast hard rock sound. Bassist Raj Vyas and drummer Steve Henry finalized the lineup in 2014.

Her Bed of Thorns’ influences are gathered from a combination of traditional blues and heavier classic rocks bands like Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Black Sabbath filtered and refined through the decades to evolve into a more 90s-grunge/groove rock feel now compared to bands such as Alice In Chains, Metallica, and Guns N’ Roses – bands that put alternative hard rock on the map.

With their fast rise within the San Diego music scene and radio airplay on some of San Diego’s biggest rock stations, Her Bed of Thorns is well on its way to becoming a force to be reckoned with and is enjoying the fruits of success in seeing their work being embraced by an ever growing audience of listeners.

Learn more about Her Bed of Thorns on their website at www.herbedofthorns.com.

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