Press Kit

Press Kit:

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Video EPK:

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  • iPod 31MB • m4v
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  • Quicktime 15MB • mov

One Sheets:

  • Pretty Little Lunatic – PDF
  • Silence Collide – PDF
  • See Me Comin’ – PDF

Press Releases

  • May 13, 2010 – Atomic Brother Set To Release Pretty Little Lunatic’ Digital Ep On May 25 • PDF
  • December 12, 2008 – Atomic Brother Announces Teen Strong: New Hampshire Teen Center Benefit Concert • PDF
  • August 1, 2008 – Atomic Brother Showcase At Baltimore Music Conference • PDF
  • October 8, 2007 – Atomic Brother To Release New CD on Eelction Day 2007 • PDF
  • April 18, 2007 – Atomic Brother Launches Video Podcast Wastin’ Time With Atomic Brother • PDF
  • January 30, 2007 – Atomic Brother Announces Live Band Line-up • PDF
  • January 03, 2007 – Atomic Brother Music Video Makes It’s Online Premiere January 3, 2007 • PDF
  • December 19, 2006 – Atomic Brother’s New Album Mastered And Title Revealed • PDF
  • August 8, 2006 – Atomic Brother Completes Mixing New Album • PDF
  • March 7, 2006 – Atomic Brother Enters The Studio To Record Follow-up To 2004 Debut • PDF
  • October 11, 2004 – Atomic Brother Wants To Rock The Vote And Be Elected • PDF


“I like this song a lot.  It’s like Led Zep in the beginning and then becomes beautifully thick and heavy.” – Mastering engineer Roman Vail on “Bullet From My Brain” from Pretty Little Lunatic

“Several DJs from different fields of music have been picking up on Atomic Brother, a four-piece from New York, and once you listen to a few of their songs it’s easy to understand why. Few bands touch upon so many different styles as these guys, as their songs mix the aggressiveness of metal, the vitality of rock, the urgency of punk as well as the catchy melodies of pop into one whole that is more than the sum of its parts.” – Indie In Tune

“Atomic Brother can certainly write powerful songs. Like, for example, the Henry Rollins-like title track, the cool rocking “Take You Away,” or the up tempo “Employee of the Month.” The fine “Home in the Sky” proves that Atomic Brother can play mellow songs as well.” –

“Songs that sound like All, Rollins Band, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Alice in Chains (sometimes all at once). Still, these boys do rock.” – Aiding & Abetting

“I like them. They are absolutely brilliant…they’ve mastered all different styles, they go from rock to metal to punk.” – GD, Bite Size Bonus

“I really love the music of Atomic Brother, and that’s why, ya know, I played it so many times.” – Jim Vorwald, podcaster

“Not only metal, but sort of the whole rock spectrum. Quite an interesting band.” – Pav, Rock Out Loud

“I think they got some good stuff and I am gonna share it with everybody.” – Corey Koehler, Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Show

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