Pitch Invasion is a five man mix of the old school punk sounds of the 80’s entwined with the California pop punk attitude of the 90’s. The band delivers an array of fast aggressive riffs and beats that will get anyone ready to destroy their peaceful neighbor’s serenity. The Pitch invasion is melodic at times with songs like Let’s Go and 20 Years to Life. They are also known for their ability to bludgeon their audience with crass 80’s style hardcore. For example, Three Fingers of Fun (use your imagination) and their name sake song Pitch Invasion. The band is fronted by Denver veteran rocker Sputnik Slovenia. His credits include Negative Man, Jet Black Joy and a lucrative solo career under the moniker Chico Tafari. Timmy Invasion on lead guitar, Shane on rhythm guitar and Bart on bass. Both Shane and Bart lend their talents from the Denver skate punk band Frontside Five. Then last the master blaster himself Mr. Joey Chaos on Drums to round out the line up. Collectively these guys have shared the stage with most of their punk & rock n roll heroes. Ok so here’s the list: Agent Orange, D.R.I., The Dwarves, NOFX, The Bouncing Souls, The Adolescents, Christ on Parade, Brujaria, Strung Out, The Riverboat Gamblers, Zeke, Street Dogs, Mighty Mighty Boss tones, U.S. Bombs, McRad, ASG, Guttermouth, Hightower, Youth Brigade, Channel 3, Dead To Me, The Exploited, JFA, The Bronx, Mike Watt, Conflict, Hell’s Belles, Speedealer, Cephalic Carnage, The Adicts, The Skulls, Dr. Know, Naked Aggression, Total Chaos, Duane Peters Gunfight, The Briggs, Reverend Horton Heat, The Super Suckers, The Vandals, and Dick Dale to do some serious name dropping. ..
Born and raised in Denver Colorado, Jeremy Nelson started playing Bass at the age of 14. Rarely setting homework as priority. You would often find him practicing, causing his grades to decline. His father playing and singing when he was a boy lit his passion, that would ultimately lead you to this page. During his younger days. Jeremy developed a love for Punk, and Ska music. This later developed into a passion for early Jamaican Ska, and Rocksteady. After graduating High school his taste's continued to refine. Listening to Soul, R&B, Rock and Roll music from the 50's-70's. His love for music had come full circle. Music he had ignored during his rebellious Punk years was suddenly appealing. Just as it had been when his parents first exposed him to "Chain Gang," by Sam Cooke. Riding in the back seat of the car, listening to Denver oldies radio station with his mom, mimicking the falsetto backing vocals, may have paid off.
The new EP "Let's Revolt Tonight," was inspired by the gain, and loss of love. During the fall of the American empire. Aware of the descent from Republic to Fascist Police State. Meanwhile surrounded by individuals who chose to ignore it. The songs suggest; Love yourself, and others while it's still legal, and the almighty dollar, always just out of grasp, has enslaved us all, and kept us asleep. Aware there will always be masters and serfs. This is a reminder to our fellow serfs that we have the numbers and the power to create a paradigm shift. It just depends on you, the individual, and the type of world you want for your descendants.
Peace and enjoy