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And you thought we smelled bad from the outside…

Okay, So, If you are at all like me, then you are constantly thinking about and searching for the things you love most as a nerd expressed in every medium to be integrated into every aspect of your life. Then I believe this band will knock your socks off. The geeks of Kirby Krackle deserve a ton of nerd cred for the catchy songs and nerdtacular videos they make.  You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to find a single comic book themed band. But when it comes to Geek/Nerd-Rock, these guys are the experts. Not ony do the members of Kirby Krackle make music about comic books, but they also have several video game themed songs, such as “Vault 101”, referencing Fallout 3, and “Take It From Me” singing about Mega-Man. They truly are phenomenal. If I could only listen to one band for the rest of my life,  Id most likely choose Kirby Krackle. The nerd band from Seattle is comprised of the two main members; Jim Demonako (Drums), and Kyle Stevens (Guitar, Vocals). Their genuine and geeky passion for nerd culture mixed with a lot of talent and individuality, spawned a one of a kind, musical brain-child of pure greatness. Kirby Krackle’s catchy tunes and clever use of humorous comic book culture references in their songs make for a marvelous and super geek-tastic time. One of my personal favorite songs by Kirby Krackle is “I Wanna Live In A World Full Of Heroes”, which rocks out about rounding second base with Power-Girl and kicking super-villain ass with the Avengers, along with other activities a nerd would do if he met his/her  favorite heroes of all time! With song subjects varying about the insane events and reboots in the super hero universes (“Another New Crises”), to a geek meeting his dream girl in a video game store (“Up, Up, Down, Down,”), to a week in the life of Wolverine (“On & On”). Kirby Krackle’s unique, dweeby and incredibly catchy sound supply a quirky and optimistic mood for the nerds who listen.


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