Life Inspires Lyrics For Hed PE’s Jared Gomes

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Altsounds spoke with MCUD, aka Jared Gomes of Hed PE in a Q&A, asking the vocalist what’s usually the inspiration behind his lyrics. “Life. The music is mostly a reflection of my lifestyle, although I will sometimes take artistic license and just say things because they sound funny, or provocative, or just plain fit with the music,” the 46-year-old said. “But, in general, this music reflects what my interests are as an individual. And, I am part of a movement that is much bigger than myself. So, I use my music to entertain, but also to provoke thought and help people to question the things they have grown to accept.” The transcript at altsounds.com has since been removed.

Suicidal Tendencies And Hed PE On Tour

Suicidal Tendencies and Hed PE tour
Hed PE and Suicidal Tendencies have released a new video blog to promote their upcoming tour together online. The tour begins October 20th in San Francisco, California and runs throughout November with Hed PE as direct support to Suicidal Tendencies. Watch the message below and check out the tour dates after the cut.

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Hed PE ‘No Rest For The Wicked’ Video

Hed PE are out with the music video to their new single ‘No Rest For The Wicked’, off the Huntington Beach, California rock band’s new album ‘Truth Rising’, out October 26th on Suburban Noize. Watch it via MySpace below.

Hed PE’s Jahred Talks Government Conspiracy & ‘New World Orphans’

Jahred of Hed PE was interviewed at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California on November 20th by Capital Chaos. He talked about the upcoming studio album, ‘New World Orphans’, hitting stores January 13th through Suburban Noize Records, as well as the band’s efforts to raise awareness about government conspiracies, and upcoming tour dates.

The interview video at YouTube has since been removed.

Hed PE ‘Renegade’ Video

Hed PE are out with the video to their new single ‘Renegade’, the second release off the Huntington Beach, California alternative rock group’s seventh studio album ‘New World Orphans’, out January 13th via Suburban Noize Records. Watch the video via YouTube below.

Hed PE ‘Renegade’ Video Making Of

Behind the Scenes footage of Hed PE at the making of their new video ‘Renegade’ music video has been posted at Subnoize’s YouTube channel. The track is off the Huntington Beach, California alternative rock group’s seventh album ‘New World Orphans’, available in stores everywhere January 13th, 2009. Watch the clip, featuring drummer Chris Hendrich getting a mohawk from vocalist M.C.U.D., below.

Hed PE ‘Ordo Ab Chao’ Video

Hed PE are out with the video to their new single ‘Ordo Ab Chao’, from the Huntington Beach, California alternative rock group’s seventh studio album ‘New World Orphans’ available January 13th via Suburban Noize Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

(hed) pe Needs Cash To Fuel Art

HipOnline.com chatted with (hed) pe frontman Jahred and asked him about his future hopes. “Well to be honest I don’t really have much financial stability,” he admitted. “Art comes first for me, but in this world I don’t want to be living in a fu**ing refrigerator box on the street in an alley. I never will because even if I have to play whatever I will always make music. But it would be nice to have money to fuel more the art I have in mind.” Read the entire interview here.

(hed) pe Evolves With ‘Blackout’

(hed) pe drummer BC tells Billboard.com that one of the biggest shifts on the band’s latest album ‘Blackout’ is that vocalist Jahred “got back to singing melodies. It’s a lot less rap.” Jive marketing VP Kim Kaiman agrees: “The band has evolved. Jahred’s vocals are exemplary; he’s one of today’s great rock vocalists. His style is so unique. When you hear him, you know it’s (hed) pe.”

(hed) PE Break From The Pack With ‘Black Out’

(hed) PE 'Blackout' album cover

Dan Aquilante of the New York Post reviewed (hed) PE’s new album ‘Black Out’. He writes, “This new disc seems to be the band’s attempt to break from the pack with songs that acknowledge pop melody aesthetics while remaining true to the jagged edges of rap-metal.” He added, “This is an album of aggression, confusion and angst. Considering what’s going on politically on planet Earth, this is truly a disc for our times.” The full review at nypost.com has since been removed.

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