Knuckle Deep | Six on the Deuce

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Six on the Deuce

by Knuckle Deep

Dirty Texas rock & roll.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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2. Drunk Dialing
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3. Not Ready
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4. My New Depression
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5. Bartender
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is the sophomore EP from the band Knuckle Deep, from Beaumont, Texas. With this album, Knuckle Deep has matured as both songwriters and performers, producing an album that expresses what they are all about. With this record, as with their first album "Mudflap Romance", you'll find no fillers, no flash, no glitz, no glamour... Just Dirty Texas Rock N Roll. Enjoy the tunes, and keep rockin'...

KNUCKLE DEEP is:

Lee Pelly - Vocals, Guitar
Bill Bloss - Lead Guitar
Ethan Meadows - Bass, Vocals
Keith Hilton - Drums


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Jeremy Cornett

Damn Good Music
You guys never cease to amaze with awesome rifts and vocals.Keep it up guys and lookin forward to hearin more from ya!!

Joe Johnson

Clean sound
Polished, pro sound. I don't know if they'd like the comparison. They mentioned Alice in Chains. But it also called to mind, Creed, even moreso to me. Hard almost Disturbed cut-mid rhythms, but then with thoughtful ballads later on.

Beautiful work.