"Wake Me Up " is already a great punk-rock song by The Buddha Pests and with the help of every of you this great energetic song with awesome drums
and guitars and killer lyrics will become a hit of the genre. Click below to stream the song from the playlists of your choice !
Finally "Wake Me Up" was ranked 24th at the very selective Alt/Indie Top 50 Chart
But you know what ? You can NOW listen to "Temporal Abyss " on Spotify at...
Check below the awesome result of the song "Temporal Abyss " after a RepostExchange campaign launched on SoundCloud between 20th and 27th May 2021
Today 12th May20th, 2021 "Temporal Abyss "entered directly 19th at the Alternative / Indie Top 50 Chart
The Buddha Pests interview (January 19th, 2021)
Enjoy the exclusive jam for a new hit "Not Easy "
of the next coming album of The Buddha Pests !
This little video is extract from the coming documentary that
the Hungarian Culture Department is making for the band.
THANK YOU ALL.
CLICK on the SMART LINK below for streaming the album "Alone Ignored No Trouble " by The Buddha Pests at Ministry Of Musics !
"Love the hollow drum sound to introduce that John Bonham odd beat. Love the guitar crunch sound. 1:19 is a cool little coyote howl that I can dig. The music reminds me of like Neil Young's Rust never Sleeps combined with like an Alice In Chains. Makes me wanna go smoke another pack of cigs haha. The album cover is sick btw. Good work here mate! "
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“All Alone was written in a period of my life when I was single after a long relationship and enjoyed my life as a single man not wanting a relationship and generally enjoying what single life means. I don’t mean running after one night stands. My life was really set up to get lost in movies, art, friends, sports and looking after myself generally, to improve myself for better, for soul, body and mind. It was a conformable way of life in London as all I had to look after was me. London helps in that to make the most out of a single. I noticed that I wasn’t the only one who enjoyed this way of life in London.
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From London, alt-punk and metal band The Buddha Pests are making quite the name! With multiple releases and having just returned from their UK tour, their sound is being compared to that of The Pixies, Queens of the Stoneage, and Joy Division. In 2006, singer-songwriter Pete Derzbach started the project. Atilla Pal on bass and occasionally vocals, as well as Simon Du Toit on vocals, are currently featured. The Buddha Pests are here to bring an exciting mix of psychedelic and heavy rock that stimulates and delights the imagination.
Some of The Buddha Pests' influences :
Muse, RATM, blur, Radiohead, Metallica, Iggy Pop, Velvet Underground, The National, David Bowie, Interpol, dEUS, AIC, Guns n' Roses, Painters, PJ Harvey, The Brian Jonestown massacre, Nick Cave, Kaiser Chiefs, We Are Scientists, Kraftwerk, The Beatles, The Kinks, Small Faces, Rolling Stones, The Clash, The Police, Neil Young, to name but a few where there are too many to mention...
The Buddha Pests' biography :
Steeped in a heady intoxicating mix of punk-rock metal psychedelica, The Buddha Pests are here to take your imagination to exciting new places.
The project was conceived in 2006 by singer songwriter Peter Derzbach and since then the band has enjoyed British and European tours with additional successful single, EP and album releases. These releases have been in many formats, including Vanilla Spoon EP on vinyl.Many international musicians have played with The Buddha Pests over the years, bringing with them their diverse influences and enhancing the colourful soundscape. Originally featuring since 2016 Atilla Pal on bass and ocassional vocals, and since 2018 Simon Du Toit on additional vocals, the current band's members, besides the leader Peter Derzbach, are Nicola SIMULA on bass and Alessandro FARRONATO on guitar (since September 2020) and Andrew WEBB on drums (since November 2020).
In 2012 The Buddha Pests twice toured central/eastern Europe and Italy and released a debut video for the single "Why We Have to Go".
Current (in bold and blue) and past members :
Peter Derzbach, Simon Du Toit
Alessandro Farronato, Romeo Zsupos (2018-2019), Attila Pal (2016-2020)
Nicola Simula, Dan Gough (2006-2008), Gianluca Rizzo (2010-2011), Martin Davis (2010-2012), Dimos Mamaloudis (2013), Matt Lee (2014-2015), Nazri Hashim (2015-2016)
Andrew Webb (2020), Danny Watson (2006), Alex Louis (2006), Sergio Morra (2006), György Blaskovics (2007), Attila Riegler (2007), Ruby Ruby (2007), Áron "Vasaloo" Szabó (2007-2008), Leandro Partenza (2010-2012), Pavel Protsenko (2013-2019)