Las Vegas’ own Cyanide is here to bring back the glory days of heavy metal. To party like it’s 1987. For fans of Motley Crue, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Kiss, Ratt and Guns ‘N Roses among other legendary heavyweights. Their 11 song debut album Lethal Dose is full of high octane, sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll fueled tracks.
From the uptempo opener Bitches to Blame to sleazy album closer Whole ‘Lotta Trouble (dedicated to the legendary Sheri’s Ranch in Pahrump, Nevada), this album brings back the spirit and attitude of classics like Too Fast for Love, High ‘N Dry, Out of the Cellar and Appetite for Destruction.
Vocalist Rob Hussey and Guitarist Marc Andrews, the primary songwriters in the band, have created a timeless hard rock album that has been sorely missing in this world of computerized auto tune drivel. Tracks like Drinkin’, Pump it to Me (featuring John Zito of Count’s 77 on slide guitar), Lookin’ for a Good Time, first single What Comes Around Goes Around and the classic power ballad It’s a Long Road prove this band has what it takes to take 80’s hard rock into the next generation.
Lethal Dose was named 13th best album of 2015 by the Mighty Hair Metal Mansion on a list that included the newest albums from Queensryche and Stryper. Z’Rock’R magazine also named Lethal Dose #1 local album release of 2015 in Las Vegas. Their hit “What Comes Around Goes Around” was the #6 most requested song of 2015 on The KOMP 92.3 Homegrown Show with Laurie Steele, and Whole ‘Lotta Trouble was the #3 most requested song of 2016 on Homegrown.
Cyanide has wowed audiences with its original songs as well as spot on covers by Crue, Maiden, Queensryche, Priest, Kiss, Kix, Ratt, Krokus, Metallica, W.A.S.P. and more, while opening for such legends as Skid Row, Ratt, Geoff Tate, Krokus, Doro, Loudness, Steel Panther, Trixter, Stephen Pearcy, Bulletboys, Black ‘N Blue, Rough Cutt, Angel, Enuff ZNuff, Tuff, Femme Fatale, Cheap Thrill, Fan Halen and more. Now with the release of Lethal Dose, the band is poised to take the next stop from local phenom to national sensation.
Like Cyanide on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cyanidelv and visit their official site at www.cyanideband.com. Cyanide – Lethal Dose is available at iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby, Demon Doll Records as well as Spotify, Pandora and other digital streaming outlets.
Thank you to Photography of Leah Burlington, Rock N Roll Image by Neary.live, Paul Rock Santos Photography, Joe Schaeffer Photography and Las Vegas Nightlife Photos for the amazing pics.
Meet The Members
Favorite Bands: Crue, Kiss, Maiden, Ratt, Priest, Scorps, Queensryche, Van Halen, Steel Panther, Stryper, Kix, W.A.S.P., Def Leppard,
Favorite Vocalists: Vince Neil, Paul Stanley, Ozzy, Geoff Tate, Rob Halford, Bruce Dickinson, Klaus Meine, Michael Starr, Steven Tyler, Todd LaTorre, John Corabi, Robin Zander, Stephen Pearcy
Favorite Songwriters: Nikki Sixx, Adrian Smith, Steve Harris, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons. Stephen Pearcy, Freddie Mercury, Page/Plant, EVH
Favorite Position: 69
Favorite Drink: Water
Favorite Cyanide Song: 21 Gun Salute
Favorite Porn Star: Elsa Jean
Favorite Bands: Vicious Rumors, Static X, Testament, Annihalator
Favorite Guitarists: Yngwie, Rhoads, Lynch, DeMartini, Van Halen
Favorite Song Writer: Jeff Waters
Favorite Position: Reverse Cowgirl
Favorite Drink: Shot of Vodka
Favorite Cyanide Song: Whole ‘Lotta Trouble
Favorite Pornstar: Crysty Canyon
Favorite Bands: Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, Savatage
Favorite bassists.. Geezer Butler. Nikki Sixx. Cliff Williams
Favorite songwriter.. Freddie Mercury
Favorite position… any
Favorite drink..long island iced tea
Favorite cyanide song..all of them… but to pick one Pump it to Me
Favorite porn star.. Kay Parker
Favorite Drummers: Phil Rudd, Joey Pafumi, Frankie Banali, Vinnie Appice, John Bonham
Favorite Singer: Bon Scott
Favorite Position: doggie style with a drumstick in each hand
Favorite Drink: Red Bull and Vodka
Favorite Cyanide Song: Drinkin
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