The sound of discontent has a name, and its name is Sadaharu. Blending the big blues riffs of BLACK SABBATH and the frantic urgency of the DC post-hardcore sound, alongside stripped down rock and roll with jazz undertones and the aggressiveness of the early Am Rep sound, SADAHARU is a musical amalgamation quite unlike any other. Formed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in late 2000, SADAHARU’S musical identity was quickly realized, and within four months the band was in the studio recording their debut CD, Punishment in Hi-Fi (An Audio Boxing Match in Which the Listener is the Loser). Self-releasing the CD, the group used it as a spring board from which to relentlessly hit the road. With a non-stop drive to play shows, a no-holds-barred live performance, and an infectious (if hard to define) sound, the band began to build a small, but cult-like, following throughout the East Coast and Midwest. The following year brought the band to the attention of CI Records, who ushered them back into the studio to record for a split CD with another up-and-coming band, ALBERT REACT. The CD, SADAHARU’S first national release, hit stores in January of 2003. Barely more than a month later, SADAHARU was back in the studio recording their debut-full length, Anthem For New Sonic Warfare. Lyrically exploring the theme that music has become “cookie-cutter” and “bland”, Anthem For New Sonic Warfare was the band’s staunch declaration that music can still be exciting and fresh. Read more about Sadaharu
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