In 2011, Noah Waller persuaded Jeremy Scott to return from self-imposed musical exile in order to team up and forge a unique musical experience. Joined in 2012 by drummer Sean Wydner, the group combined their disparate influences and interests into a complelling amalgam, The Seraphonics.
Weavng together the DNA of some of the best groups of the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s, The Seraphonics have developed a unique blend of influences, encompassing class rock (Black Sabbath, Rainbow, Led Zeppelin), postmodern/progressive rock (Radiohead, Tool, Muse), and alternative/grunge rock (Nirvana, Soundgarden, Jane's Addiction). With its self-titled debut EP, the band has dialed in to a balanced approach between the experimental and the familiar, and created an album that is, paradoxically, as complex and sophisticated as it is simple and straighforward. How can it be both at the same time? You will have to listen to find out...