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Grapevine + Southlake, TX
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Portrait of Sound of Sulfur
Loren (Nerol) Moore, a musician searching for a dream, creating his own work became dissatisfied with previous bands. Nerol deciding to follow his dream created a band of his own. A local band's drummer + old friend, Rob White, later browsing on Myspace videos in a local cover band discovered, Phil Ward; current guitarist (previous bassist). After playing with numerous guitarists with patience to boost the stage sound, the band made some dramatic changes and came across current bassist, Taylor Grossman. With Phil's knowledge of all the band's guitar chords, Phil switched to guitar. The band has discovered an extremely stable setup, with energetic and firm quality performances.

Now while rising out of today's dead music scene, the band hopes to impress with their distinctive beats and catchy melodies, inspirational lyrics, and evolved music style. Each month bringing more fans each show to such venues as The Max, Curtain Club, House of Blues, Ridglea Theater, Six Flags and more...

The name Sound of Sulfur derived from the idea of a very small percentage of sulfur in our bodies, and in which music is something that we can all relate to in the form of entertainment, expressing ourselves, or escaping. As a result, SoS's songs encompass people, relationships, and/or society involving personal experiences and perceptions/hopes/goals of life.