There’s no shortage of bands in this industry content with merely existing, finding satisfaction from a few likes on Facebook and a free round of drinks for showing up. Last Bullet are NOT that band. They want the world, they want it now, and they’re giving it blood, sweat, and tears with no fear of failure. Living and dying by the metaphor of a name that has served them well, they play every show as if it were their last, giving the Canadian rock music scene the much-needed swagger and attitude it’s been missing for far too long.
Influenced by Velvet Revolver, Stone Temple Pilots, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and many more, this award-winning, self-made quintet has been part of Canadian hockey history in addition to the multiple national tours and festivals they’ve played over the last eight years. Sharing the stage with countless bands such as Aerosmith, Soundgarden, Jane’s Addiction, Bryan Adams, Buckcherry, Monster Truck, One Bad Son, Bleeker, The Wild and more, it can be strongly stated that Last Bullet can hold their heads high in any company!
Unleashing their self-titled debut EP in 2010 and following up with 2012’s Love.Lust.Illusion, Last Bullet have a dynamic new EP for fans entitled 80-69-64 set for release on July 14, 2017. The new EP was produced and mixed by Brian Moncarz (The Trews, Our Lady Peace, Bleeker, Circa Survive) mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Marilyn Manson, Liam Gallagher, Royal Blood) and is a six track revolver of an EP that is already garnering praise for its previously released singles “Sin” and “Southern Lips”.
“We expect this new EP to get an even better reception than anything we’ve done previously. Last Bullet has a sound that is filthy, powerful, dynamic, sexy and intense!” says vocalist Bryan Fontez. “We use our passion and charisma to put on a live show that creates a sense of urgency to get up and move. We give people an unfiltered piece of our souls on stage through the use of our relentless energy, power, aggression, and sexuality! Last Bullet is a band that truly goes out of their way to earn every dollar you spent on your ticket night after night without fail!”
2. “Gimme Time”
3. “Bright Lights”
4. “Southern Lips”
5. “Smoke & Ashes”
6. “Little Miss Filthy”