Influences span everything, from the Brothers Chaps of Homestar Runner to Metallica and beyond.
Tom - Bass, Guitars, Drums, Voice Sean Hasan - Guitars, Voice, Drums, Bass
Rock,Metal,Alternative,Rock & Roll,
Dragons Demons Death Destruction Demolition Derby(2008)
10 songs written in 3 sessions in February. 5 songs were written and recorded Friday night, February 29th, into the small hours of Saturday, March 1. Tom Gilronan - guitars, bass, vocals, drums Sean Hasan - guitars, vocals
Psychic Sperm's RPM 2009 effort chronicles the adventures of Harvey, the only man to ever present a challenge to the ominous Classic Triple, a character featured on the album, "Psychic Sperm vs. the Profits" Tom Gilronan - Guitars, bass, vocals, drums Sean Hasan - Guitars, voicings Lee Shreve - Vocals, guitars, guitar solo in "The Sirens"
The Sliders Cometh(2010)
The sequel to 2009's "The Challenger." The sliders conceived during the song "Psychic Sperm" wreak havoc across the land. On our 3rd RPM challenge album, and 4th overall, we had a few more friends join us for the fun. Andrew Mumma lent his banjo mastery as an original Member of Psychic Sperm. Lee Shreve contributed his deep sexy voice and heavy riffs for the 2nd straight year. Amy Zanelli's beautiful voice fills this album as the first female lead vocal featured on a Psychic Sperm album. Christine Eriksen contributed one of the most important aspects of this album: The concept. Her voiceover work and mandolin skills accent the album wonderfully. It's always fun rocking out with our friends!!! See you next year.
With the hamburger story finally finished, we decided to write songs about all sorts of things, from massage oils to new humans, from demons at the drive-thru to the dinosaur farm. Oh, and don't forget about our 4th song in praise of Wawa. Personnel: Sean Hasan - Keyboards, Guitars, Drums, Bass, Vocals Tom Gilronan - Bass, Drums, Voice Andrew Mumma - Guitars, Voice, Drums Amy Zanelli Gilronan - Vocals
The Essence of Humanity(2012)
Meet the Oocytes(2014)
uploading here is buggy, so we're missing a few tracks from this site.