Hollywood, CA rock outfit BUDDERSIDE shares their latest single, “Never Worth It,” available today across all digital platforms. The track is taken from their upcoming Summer 2022 record via oneRPM. “‘Never Worth It’ describes the horror of obsession. Falling in love with something, someone, that only exists to tear you apart. Stream “Never Worth It” here: http://linktr.ee/budderside
Watch “Never Worth It” here: https://youtu.be/tSN0vNuCFVQ
BUDDERSIDE’s previous single “Too Far” is currently in the Top 100 Mainstream Rock Billboard/BDS Indicator Charts and spun on high profile radio outlets like KLOS Los Angeles, WPJX Chicago, KFAI Minneapolis, WWSK Long Island and WRAT in New Jersey. “Too Far” is racking wins and selections at film festivals around the world, including: Eurasia International Monthly Film Festival, American Golden Picture International Film Festival, Virgin Spring Cinefest, Dreamachine International Film Festival and Euro Video Song!. “Too Far” gives a harrowing look into what can happen when people are pushed to the edge and things go ‘’Too Far.” Filmed at several iconic locations on the famed Sunset Strip including the Whisky a-Go-Go and The Rainbow Bar & Grill, it shares a visually graphic dramatization tackling mental health issues and triggers.
Don’t miss BUDDERSIDE at the Viper Room in Hollywood, CA on March 19th. Tickets and show information can be found at https://bit.ly/BuddersideViperRoom. The band appeared at Rocklahoma this year and previously with the likes of Slayer, Anthrax and Motörhead in addition to appearing overseas at festivals including Wacken Open Air, Malmö Festival and on cruises (Motörhead’s Motörboat and Monsters Of Rock).
Patrick Stone – Vocals
Gabe Maska – BassJeff Dewbray – Drums
Sam Koltun – Guitars
Logan Nikolic – Guitars
Cover Artwork: Sam Harris (Art)Photo credit: George Reed
About BuddersideBUDDERSIDE was formed by vocalist PATRICK STONE following his departure from Adler’s Appetite under the guidance of his mentor and close friend, the late Motörhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister. He later enlisted a band of skilled musicians including guitarists Sam “Bam” Koltun (Faster Pussycat, Dorothy) and Logan Nikolic (Diamante), bassist Gabe Maska (currently appearing as Kurt Cobain in the Las Vegas 27 Show), and drummer Jeff Dewbray.
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