Stiletto Bomb is a punk band formed in Western Massachusetts in January 2014. The band features J Prozac and Matty Prozac (The Prozacs), J and Scott Blood (The Uncomfortables, Pajama Slave Dancers), and introducing the vocal attack of one bad-ass Roller Derby alumni, Andy Nihilate, who has made past appearances with The Prozacs. The band changed its name from J Prozac and The Stilettos to Stiletto Bomb in the fall of 2014 and entered Sonelab Studios with Mark Alan Miller to begin production on their debut release, the EP "In The Dark", which was released by Chicago label Mooster Records in the summer of 2015.
The band brings with it a wide variety of punk, hardcore, rock and pop influences, including but not limited to Bad Religion, Flipper, Enemy You, Screeching Weasel, Void, The Dickies, Descendents, Lookout! Records, Husker Du, Rancid, The Distillers, The Methadones, Riverdales, Dan Vapid, Toy Dolls, Bigwig, Ramones, DLR-era Van Halen, Green Day, The Offspring, Queen, Black Flag, The Prozacs, 80's Iron Maiden, Bad Brains, MTX, The Uncomfortables, Randy Rhodes, The Vindictives, and Pajama Slave Dancers.
The band has shared the stage around New England and beyond with many great bands, including The Queers, D.R.I., Kepi Ghoulie, Mikey Erg, Damaged, Cry Havok, Roadhorse, Remones, Disguise The Curse, Pretty Penny, No Intention, Glzelakurse, Pajama Slave Dancers, Beatnik Termites, The Pity Whores, The Prozacs, Rusty Curtains, Funzzle, The Caps, Donut Kings, Sparkeater, After The Blackout, Creepin Cadavers, Jagger Holly, The Sheckies, The Lost Riots and more.
"Calling this one catchy would be doing this band a severe understatement; the guitar acrobatics, infectious woah-ohs, and dueling male/female vocals bring us back to a time of Fat Wreck Chords and Lookout Records in their heyday." – Tom Haugen, New Noise Magazine
"The group’s songs have a tough as nails approach and are layered in melodies and loud guitars with male/female vocals that trade off and back each other up nicely. The band’s overall sound is like it straddles the fence between pop punk and street punk, kind of like New Jersey’s Bouncing Souls." – J Castro, Audio Ammunition
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