"Definitely one of the most solid rock bands to hit the scene that I've come across in awhile. Easy to work with, a joy in the studio, fresh sounds, fresh vibe and massive sacks... Much love." -Curtis Grubb, Grasshopper Takeover
"Rock Paper Dynamite is a pure rock band. They don’t need a scene to belong to. They just show up, hit the stage, and mezmorize you. This band has a touch of retro in them and a whole lot of energy."
Andrew and Joseph Janousek, and friends Scott Zrust and Trey Abel (all from rural NE) make up the band we know as Rock Paper Dynamite.The boys played small shows to get themselves used to the crowd and become more comfortable with the music they have been performing. After endless amounts of shows, they decided it was time to record their songs. The boys turned to Curtis Grubb, of Grubb Inc. Production and Recording Studios, and from there history was made. The boys released their debut self-titled EP in mid 2007. The songs that made the EP were the best in the catalog at the time. The band then began playing shows and making themselves a name in the Omaha music scene. They began playing and writing new music for their shows and preparing to return to the studio with new songs to lay down. The Days of May sessions started in the early summer of 2008 and ran through until late August. The boys again returned to Curtis Grubb for their second album. The album, "Days of May," was released to the public on December 11th, 2008. The maturity and musical talent within the band has grown tremendously since the release of the debut EP. The CD, "Railroads" was released in 2010. The boys mastered their patented "Southern-Grunge-Garage-Rock" sound on Railroads and never looked back. Writing new songs as they promoted the album, the boys were ready to hit the studio yet again. The result? "I've Seen Days". Looking back on some of their Pop/Rock roots, continuing on with their "Southern" sound, and expanding into uncharted territories, the boys were happy to release this to the public on November 19, 2011.