Hard Money Saints

Albums

Established in 2002, Hard Money Saints musical vision has always been to add their own twist and influences to the melting pot of music known as rockabilly. Often overlooked or shunned by rockabillies as too aggressive or not traditional enough; ultimately placed in the Psychobilly genre where fans welcomed the aggressive tempos, metal fueled leads, and frenetic performances.  Fusing influences ranging from Sun era Rockabilly to old school punk rock and metal, HMS’ sound defies categorization, but seems to cross genres and pull fans from all sorts of age groups and music scenes.  After surviving several line-up changes over the years, largely due to heavy booking and demanding time commitments, HMS has currently  landed on the strongest and most aggressive  line up to date: Jack Rainwater, venerable guitar player and singer, Nick Scott (little dirty) drummer , and Jacob Hogg Standup Bass player.  With more energy than ever, HMS is prepared to tear up recording studios and venues for the next 10 years and beyond.

Discography: (2004) You’re Scarin’ Me; (2006) Suicide Shift; (2007) show only b side ep, 5 Songs;   (2011) Hotrod Trash. (2012) Live Death Match split w/ Angie and the Carwrecks

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