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Gryp | I Wanna Be God

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I Wanna Be God

by Gryp

Powerful and driving with a variety of different metal/rock genres from song to song. For fans who like to pit at a concert as well as take a break and sing along with the melody.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. I Wanna Be God
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2. Can't Deny You
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3. Rise
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4. Take Some More
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5. With a Kiss
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
GRYP has resurrected! In the early 2000's, Fresno, CA Metal band, GRYP was ascending through ranks of the Active Rock and specialty Rock charts all over the world, was named one of Metal Edge Magazine's "Bands to Watch Out For", and toured the country many times over. Singer, Curtis Shamlin, resurrected GRYP in 2015 and is now joined by is Andy Johnson - Drums, Robert Gonzalez - Bass, and Jimmy Matcham - Guitars. The band's previous CD "GRYP (Black)" is available on Pandora, Itunes, Spotify, Jango, and where ever digital music is sold. It was produced by W Records/Walden Media, recorded by Stoker (Drummer for Dexy’s Midnight Runners, “Come on Eileen”), was mixed by Randy Staub (Five Finger Death Punch, Seether, Thousand Foot Crutch, P.O.D) also mixed by Ben Grosse (Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust, Chevelle), mastered by Robert Vosgien (Megadeth, Sick Puppies, Evans Blue), was once represented by manager, Tim Gardner (Tool, Queens of the Stone Age) and Peter Riedling (Rage Against the Machine). GRYP now has a new 2016 EP, "I Wanna Be God, and is poised to make a pretty big dent in the scene once again. GRYP is now sicker than ever!

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