|Pulse Nein Concert Revew
at Hard Rock Live - Orlando, FL
March 22, 2005 - The Hard Rock Live at Universal Citywalk is just a great atmosphere to hear a band play with the awesome sound system and huge stage, which hosts a number of national acts. What a great Tuesday crowd to see Staple, and Fireflight open for headliner Pulse Nein
who made the stage their own and rocked the place.
Since April of 2004 Pulse Nein has been branding their name in the Central Florida Music Scene with their original sound and stage show. Headlining at Hard Rock Live tonight really made this talented group of musicians shine to their existing fan base and a huge group of new fans. The band had so much energy and stage presence I could hardly
get a still photo. To give you a visual the set began with
Tim Reynolds (Lead Vocalist) jumping out on stage with some cool height. I am not sure where he even came from, but WOW it was awesome and grabbed my full attention at the start of the set.
Tim reminds me of a young Axl Rose as far as feeling what he sings, yet he manages to have an original sound all his own. It was awesome to see a front man that really interacts with the music and the crowd. So many live
shows lack that connection today. Added to the above grade vocals is Rich Pace (bass and vocals), James Inda (guitar and effects), and Chris Smith (guitar and vocals)
and it starts to click. Now add Dave Krawczyk on drums to create a final piece to this group of outstanding musicians who have the ability to make it all blend together. These guys just mix well and appear to like each other and have a lot of fun with their performance. Their stage act, perfect timing, and ability to keep the crowd moving, screaming, dancing, and moshing is refreshing and a cut above the majority of up and coming acts today.
The crowd's favorite songs appeared to be "Once Lost," a kicking song that you cannot help but sing and head bang along with the band. "Sound Of Silence," is a unique hard rock sound with a grunge feel….yeah, I was thinking Nirvana. You really have to hear this song. Lastly "Deadman's Taxi" has some of the best drum and bass mix along with a kick chorus that will stick in your head and make you want to go to another live show just to feel the energy. Those choice songs just happen to be on the band's 3 song EP.
If you have not been to a "Pulse Nein" perform a LIVE show you are missing out. This is an experience for all music enthusiasts.
Pulse Nein is: Rich Pace - Bass/Vocals, Dave Krawczyk - Drums/Vocals, James Inda - Guitar and Effects, Chris Smith - Guitar/Vocals and Tim Reynolds - Lead Vocals.
Pulse Nein is from Orlando, FL and regularly play shows in central Florida. To listen to Pulse Nein music and read more about the band go to PulseNein.com and you can also go to their page at myspce/pulsenein.com.
Concert Review by Kimberly Fobert - Copyright © 2005 Florida Entertainment Scene - All Rights Reserved.