Bad Llama blend a mixture of 90s rock/metal with modern industrial and progressive sounds. Their music delivers powerful choruses, emotive vocals, funky basslines, diverse beats and melodic guitars, with most songs building to an explosive climax.
The band members take influence from bands such as Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Korn, Tool, Faith No More, Rage Against The Machine and Bring Me the Horizon.
Bad Llama released their debut EP ‘Shedding Skin’ in September 2016, with its leading single ‘The Wolf You Feed’ being aired on Kerrang! Radio several times.
The band were also played on BBC Introducing East Midlands and many other stations across the world. Bad Llama also made a TV appearance as part of Johnny Doom’s show ‘Amp’d’ on Birmingham TV in Novemeber 2016.
Bad Llama released their single ‘Apocrypha’ on the 10th November 2017, which was the first track of their upcoming EP ‘Crooked Empire’.
The title track, Crooked Empire follows on Feb 23rd 2018.
Now after performing at numerous venues including O2 Academy 3 in Birmingham, Rock City in Nottingham, The Slade Rooms in Wolverhampton and being shortlisted for Ynot Festival 2017, Bad Llama are set to carry on growing across the UK.
Bad Llama consist of Kyle Jordan (Vocals), Lewis Hutchings (Bass), Gaz Waddell (Drums), Dan Houlbrooke (Guitar) and Sam Wyatt (Guitar and Backing vocals).
Playing live on March 17th at the Slade Rooms in Wolverhampton.
“How can you not like a band called Bad Llama?” – Johnny Doom, Kerrang! Radio
“The Shedding Skin EP is a powerful and emotively atmospheric proposal, all creative muscle and melodic fire, and its first single The Wolf You Feed, a slice of thick enterprise.” – The RingMaster Review
“Moments like the climax of Exile encapsulate the magic that the band are capable of” – Musicology 7/10
“Festival Worthy Anthems” – Guitar Superstore
“Every note is heartfelt, every word poignant” – Kimberley Bayliss, Vulturehound