Synonyms for subnoize or Related words with subnoize
Examples of "subnoize"
Bobby B, Loc and Richter praised Big B and his band OPM to the
leaders, including Daddy X.
listened to OPM and were very pleased, but unfortunately, the band was already signed to a major label; Atlantic.
Johnny Richter is also a member of the groups Kingspade, and
Racetrack Records is an American record label, music studio, and production company founded by Vin Diesel, and a wholly owned subsidiary of One Race Films. It is currently the record label of artists like Buddy Klein and
Suburban Noize Records, also known as "
", is an independent record label based in Burbank, California, specializing in punk rock and underground hip hop. The label was founded in 1997 by Kevin Zinger and Kottonmouth Kings vocalist Brad Xavier.
Suburban Noize Records, also known as "
", is an independent record label based in Burbank, California that specializes in punk rock and underground hip hop. The label was founded in 1997 by Kottonmouth Kings vocalist Brad Xavier and Kevin Zinger.
Random Stuff is the third solo album by the rapper Big B, released on October 8, 2006. The album includes appearances by several fellow
members and is a CD/DVD set.
Kingspade then rejoined the Kottonmouth Kings on their StrangeNoize Tour. This tour included Tech N9ne, Hed PE, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, and
Souljaz. Special appearances included the Insane Clown Posse, Cypress Hill and Ill Bill of La Coka Nostra. The tour was to celebrate the Kottonmouth Kings' ninth full-length album, "Cloud Nine".
Bryan Mahoney, best known by his stage name, Big B, is an American rapper currently signed with Suburban Noize Records as a solo artist. Along with John E. Necro, he performs vocals in the rap rock band OPM, which is also signed with
Kingspade debuted with the track "The Adventures of This" on the "
Rats Compilation" in 2003. One year later the Kottonmouth Kings' sixth full-length album "Fire It Up" was released, including two bonus tracks. One of these was a new Kingspade track entitled "High Riders". On this track it was announced that a Kingspade album was to be released later that year.
In addition to the different packages sold with the album on
Records, an extra disc was sold with the Best Buy version, and extended versions of the songs "Time", "Where I'm Going", "Pack Your Bowls", and "Trippin" are sold on the iTunes digital download of the album.
Most recently, D-Loc dropped the first visual off the Weedman EP, a music video for his single, "Smoke You Out". In support of the record, he's heading on the road for the "Kaos & Kronik" Tour, alongside his Kottonmouth Kings group and
recording artists Big B and Psychopathic Records artists Twiztid & Blaze Ya Dead Homie.
Dog Boy (born Robert Rogers) is a singer and songwriter, currently signed with Suburban Noize Records as a solo artist. Along with his solo project he also supplied vocals for the reggae/punk rock band, Too Rude, who are also signed with
Since then, Big B has released multiple albums, including three with OPM. He has also collaborated with The Dirtball and
Souljaz. In addition, he was featured on the track "Keep It Simple" for Blaze Ya Dead Homie's album, Clockwork Gray.
The D.I.Y. Guys is the first live album by American "G-Punk" band Hed PE, released on July 8, 2008. The live CD portion of the presentation was captured at Hollywood's legendary Key Club during their "Insomnia" tour. The CD portion also contains "Niteclub In Bali", a B-Side off their "Back 2 Base X" album as well as "Get Em Up", a track featuring the
Souljaz, and a new hardcore punk song called "Killing Spree". Three other new tracks, "War On The Middle Class", "Ordo AB Chao", and "Bloodfire" were featured on "New World Orphans".
Sub Noize Souljaz is a mixtape by Suburban Noize Records released on February 15, 2005. Sub Noize Souljaz is a fifteen track collaboration unifying the whole Sub Noize label in many combinations. Sub Noize head group the Kottonmouth Kings join with label mates Big B, Judge D, Saint Dog, and more including newcomers Dirtball, and Chucky Styles who make their impressive debut. This CD contains tracks with Saint Dog, Richter, D-Loc, and Brad X performing together for the first time since 1999 when Saint Dog parted ways with the Kottonmouth Kings. This challengs of an album demonstrated the unique bond that is the "
The second show was announced for December 30, 2009 at the Roxy Theatre (West Hollywood) in West Hollywood, CA. Taintstick played before headliner and
labelmates Unwritten Law. Lead singer and founder, Jason Ellis, said on his live EllisMania.com show that the record label owner said "He thinks Taintstick could be something big and he's never seen a band win the crowd over like that in the 15 years he's been involved in the music business and that if I wanted to take it serious that we could really make a go of it, so maybe I will."
SRH Presents: Supporting Radical Habits is the fifth official compilation album by Suburban Noize Records released on October 25, 2005. This album is a CD/DVD set that includes popular names of the label, such as the Kottonmouth Kings, Judge D, and Big B along with others. The DVD features footage of Kottonmouth Kings and the
family in Japan, motocross riders Manley and Morrison(Scummy) speaking on their thoughts, motocross riders Grant Teal and Jeremy Lusk, plus more of the SRH team. It also features new Music videos by; Kottonmouth Kings, Big B, OPM, and Slightly Stoopid.
SRH Presents: Supporting Radical Habits Vol. II is the seventh official compilation album by Suburban Noize Records released on April 3, 2007. SRH Clothing and Suburban Noize Records teamed up again to release the second SRH “Supporting Radical Habits” CD/DVD compilation. This CD/DVD features music from Kottonmouth Kings, NOFX, Tech N9ne, Slightly Stoopid, and Sen Dog of Cypress Hill among many others. The DVD features over an hour of SRH riders which include; Mike Metzger, Vince Alessi, Josh Lewan, Jeremy Sommerville, Greg Domingo, Zach Peakock, Scottie Stephens, Grant Teel, Scummy, Manley, Thomas Hancock, Sean Doucett, James Lovette, Jim McNeil, Joe Crimo, Wes Agee, Jeremy Fulmer and more of the
and SRH members.
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