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by Ninjaspy

Produced by GGGarth Richardson (Rage Against The Machine) Speak is an experimantal mix of ska, grunge, hardcore, metal, reggae, funk, surf and jazz
Genre: Metal/Punk: Ska-Punk
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Music and dancing are the means for survival. Without them life is less than it should be, some life is lost. Ninjaspy uses everything they have in their creative arsenal to make music that moves people. Music that is inventive, unfettered by ego­driven posturing or attempts at conformity to social or stylistic norms. Music that attacks and recoils combining violence with peace. Music that allows both silly and serious to interweave.

Music that breaks down the imaginary barriers between mind, body and spirit, reuniting people with themselves in moments of pure freedom. Freedom in which one can laugh, cry, dance, puke, scream, unleash, let go, be, live, survive.

It began in 1999 with three brothers. Joel, Adam, and Tim Parent, (the Triad in Blood) at the ages of 15, 13 and 11 respectively, came to the end of the century with distinctly different musical preferences despite a lifetime of proximity. Being so diverse in influence and having a youthful disregard for genre rules, they proceeded to write whatever naturally came to them. Over seven years they experimented with ska, grunge, hardcore, metal, reggae, funk, surf and jazz and eventually became Ninjaspy in 2006.

"I am so scared of this...but that's good."
- Bob Ezrin

“Think a 3 piece Mr. Bungle with Patton’s vocals taking a
turn for the better, add some laser beams and dreads, turn
it all up to eleven, stand the fuck back and enjoy."
- Ground Report , NYC

“Pay attention Canadian recording industry, Ninjaspy is on
the rise and the people’s salvation is at hand.”
- Absolute Underground Magazine

“Soaring vocal harmonies are there one minute and
replaced with a throaty growl the next. “Pure Sketch” is a
sure-fire modern rock radio hit, as the post-grunge frame
work gets stirred up into a tasty seventies inspired soul/funk

"Bloody well are entertaining. All dreadlocks and
fricking samurai swords, giant pants and flying limbs.
Not a speck of the stage was left untouched by this
band’s chaotic feet."
- Cord Magazine



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