Count Pariah is a four-piece rock band out of Knoxville, TN. The foursome presents an in-your-face presentation full of haunting melodies and slick guitar riffs. Couple that with a rhythm section that unloads a powerful locomotive punch and you have Count Pariah.
James Croft is the frontman with a multitude of range on his melodic pipes. Guitarist, Jason Breland, tickles the six strings with a delivery that will leave your ear-holes begging for more. He definitely encourages audiences to bang their heads as they get lost in his unbelievable riffs.
Dustin Barousse (bass) and Adam Tilley (drums) make up the rhythm section. This jackhammer duo exudes the potency of driving tornado, that ties everything together.
With a unique sound all their own, Count Pariah, uses the musical diversity that each member brings to the table to create a sound that encompasses all genres. Listeners can hear the many influences from which they draw. That inept ability keeps their sound fresh yet still has a tinge of yesteryear, paying homage to those who came before them.
Count Pariah‘s self-titled EP, hit the shelves and streaming outlets on May 14, 2021, via Pavement Entertainment.
Check out my interview with Breland below and head over to the band’s social media sites to find out how to get the four song EP.
Until next time, this is Big L saying ‘keep those horns up and rock on!! \m/ \m/