Recipe for “KONCEPT” Serves: The Masses
1 Vocalist/Guitarist (Jamie “Jam” Gibson)
1 Guitarist (Wayne “Biggy” Mann)
1 Bassist/Vocalist (Craig “ Craigo!” Beniston)
1 Drummer (Sam “Tefal” Evans)
Cooking time: Around 30-45 mins
Take four guys from middle England and marinade in little man syndrome for 33-40 years, add instruments (drums, bass and guitar) and leave to cool.
Season with influences such as Pantera, Slipknot and Stone Sour to mention a few.
Here’s Koncept playing ‘Blasphemy’ live at the Haygate.
Take vocalist with Psychotic tendencies (Short angry ones are the best) and lock away with his own head then leave to stew, add guitar with seven strings and leave to fuse. Add ginger beard to taste (optional). Next, rustle up a tall guitarist with a wobbly head, add a splash of the finest whiskey and put to one side (stage left preferably). Stir in Bassist with five strings, one more for extra low down grunt, add vocal with plenty of melody and harmony. Prepare Drummer ready to batter, slide into a sexy pan until moist, a solid timing is needed with a lavish selection of rolls and plenty of double kick. These are essential for a stable base for the dish.
Taken from their EP ‘You Cant Rush Art’ comes their song ‘Nocturnal’ which can seen below!
Take ingredients and lock in a room, add one large sound (a heavy one is the best) and stir in lashings of melody, bring to the boil until they really cook.
Serve on a large stage with plenty of sound, garnish with light show for best results. Goes well with a large audience and fine beer.
Koncept:- Four dudes…one big sound
Lets see what Koncept has to say about Vocalzone!
“My band have been together around 3 years now and our lead guitarist/vocalist introduced me to Vocalzone quite early on and I can’t believe how much they improved my voice! Which, in effect, has made me more confident on stage and recordings as a singer.”