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The project Seismic Anamoly was started in 2002 by Michael S., who lives in Meridian, MS, USA. Seismic Anamoly has been composing and playing music since 2000, and his work is done primarily utilizing his Peavey EVH Wolfgang, Millennium J Series Bass, and Indianola ER Acoustic. Seismic’s arsenal includes tunes that could be classified as Heavy Metal, Power Metal, Instrumental Rock and Acoustic. Seismo has seen his music grow slowly but steadily in popularity…..

“The Blue Man Group, who became an international phenomenon with their television commercials for Intel, is now more famous for their groundbreaking live performances. People from all over the world and all walks of life and from all age groups have become fans of the Blue Man Group. And they came looking for guitarists to become part of their shows throughout the U.S. Congratulations to these 13 PRO guitar-slingers, who are having their submissions forwarded for further consideration: *Amphibians – “Cabane De Dounier” *Prashant Aswani – “Seven” *Kenny Belanger – “She Makes Me Wonder” *Dave Dill – “Bluemangroove” *Michael Jost – “Yeah” *Jon Kabbash – “Guitar Stuff” *Timo Laine – “Hunter” *Obijuan – “Nasty” *Riko – “I.Y.S.” *Seismic Anamoly – “Walkin’ The Line” *Eric Seiz – “Studio / Live Medley” *John Sid – “The Red Priest” *Vlad – “Uke””

– Blue Man Group

“‘Howl At Tha Moon’ sounds like a Viking Throwdown. This track manages to be entertaining on sheer energy and heart. This could be the new Indian music, transcendental and good for dancing or meditating while you’re ripped out of your brains. The tribal rage will never die. Your playing is all heart and embodies the spirit fully. The style is rendered without the need for fantastic solos or parts. If there were some awesome breaks or beats, differing instruments or passages of different music, there would be more opportunity for glory. But it rocks as is. This is the most straightforward music I’ve encountered in this genre; call it ‘Wordless Rock Groove’.”

– Music Industry Review –


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