Basement Royalty

Basement Royalty (Basement Punk) - Puerto Rico




Basement Royalty is a "basement punk" band with great aspirations for the future. We hope to spread our music all around the world and reach the hearts of people cause a little more music is what the world needs. Thanks to all the people who support us.

Upcoming Shows:
More shows coming soon.



"Aisle Of The Dead" Single Review
Basement Royalty are back with their new single "Aisle Of The Dead". It's the lead single off their upcoming debut album, so let's dive right in and see what it has to offer. The track kick off with a high tempo of guttery guitars and dual vocals. The punk sound cranks up in an unstable pot which then culminates into a nifty guitar solo. The track then takes a swift turn into a more in your face sound before transitioning into an easy to sing along to melodic section. The last minute of the track is pure chaos and really lets loose. Basement Royalty are definitely back and better than ever with this new single.

Verdict:
Basement Royalty take their form of "Basement Punk" to the next level with their new single.



"Proelium" EP Review
Basement Royalty are a band from Puerto Rico which intends to put their own spin on the Punk genre with their recently released "Proelium" EP. The opener "Bring The Sky" is a bouncy track that get the listeners head boppin' in no time. It's a track that really pulls in the listener from the first note to the last with its epic style incorporating some melodic hardcore into the mix later in the track. "Fire" features Carla Rodriguez and is an uplifting track that brings to mind Funeral For A Friend. The guest vocals add a nice touch and really put the cherry on top of an already amazing track. "Everything I Told You (I Want You To Fall)" is a punk track through and through and contains that high intensity that the genre is known for. The track brings to mind the infectious tendencies of Brand New as it's incredibly catchy and easy to sing along to. "Drown In The Hollows" features the perfect balance of the Basement Royalty style of catchy punk mixed with a touch of harsh vocals combined with some incredible rock sounds. There's so much to like on the track and that's why it's as good as it is. It has that high quality of being a single and garnering radio play without a problem. The closer "You're Fucked Up" is a driving track that showcases the awesome talent of the band within its three and a half minute length. The guitar riffs are incredible, the production is top notch and this entire EP should be on every punk fans radar and in their collection right now.

Verdict:
Basement Royalty have an EP here that transcends the current Punk scene with their unique style of Basement Punk.