RIYL: Jimmy Eat World, A.F.I., Unwritten Law, Slightly Stoopid
- "New This Week in the Local Music Database" · Nov. 15, 2013
- Hometown CD Review · June 11, 2008
Influences: Guns N' Roses, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World, A.F.I., Rancid, Goo Goo Dolls, Counting Crows, Unwritten Law, Slightly Stoopid, Agent 51, AC/DC
"[We] offer a little AC/DC, some soaring nu-metal guitar work, and the advanced musicianship and complex arrangements of emo/pop-punk," says Arm the Angels, who cut their rock 'n' roll teeth opening for acts like Against Me! and any number of Fat Wreck Chords bands.
Drummer Adam Rapps - formerly of pun band Pivit - is a big surf fan and lover of Taylor Steele surf movies. His music has accompanied videos showcasing surf stars Kelly Slater and Rob Machado.
Before recording their debut CD, Novus Ordo Seclorum, they played at local nightclubs such as 'Canes, Brick by Brick, and House of Blues. Radio stations 94.9, 91X and Rock 105.3 have regularly programming their music.