Archive for the ‘British Brains’ Category

Something Wicked on DVD & On Demand

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

For those of you who didn’t get a chance to see it in theaters, psychological thriller Something Wicked (Shantel VanSanten, Brittany Murphy) is now out on DVD and On Demand, featuring “Queen of Hearts”

“Queen of Hearts” in Film Something Wicked, Hits Theaters Today

Friday, September 12th, 2014

Starting today, you can hear our song “Queen of Hearts” in the new psychological thriller Something Wicked featuring the late Brittany Murphy (Sin City, Clueless, Girl, Interrupted) in her final performance.

Showing in LA and Las Vegas. See showtimes

“Even” in Motocross Video – Monster Energy Yamaha // St. Jean D’Angely

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

SYFFAL Reviews British Brains (NSFW)

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Yes, really. Go here to find out what SYFFAL stands for…

People Beating “Brains Out” For Rock Band 3

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Here are some sweet videos of people murdering our song “Brains Out” for Rock Band 3 on expert like it’s no big deal. And yes this is how we actually look… Don’t even act like you’re not jealous.



Guitar and bass:

“Brains Out” Is’s Song Of The Week For Rock Band 3

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Here’s a feature and review of our song “Brains Out” by RockBandAide, a Rock Band video game fan site. Brains Out became available for Rock Band 3 on Xbox 360 last week:

A high-energy slice of rock awesomeness, Brains Out starts out deceptively simple but soon tests the mettle of any band member. Pounding drumbeats, harmonies that hit the stratosphere and a crystal clear guitar riff combine to form a song more than worth a look.

Guitarists will need to be au fait with the mechanics of alt-strumming to truly succeed – there’s an awkward riff that could pose a challenge for those who have mastered the technique. A distortion heavy solo isn’t too difficult but throws the spotlight on the guitarist for a few seconds. Alt-strumming will also come in handy for the chord dominant final sections to the song. This isn’t a guitar focused song but what guitar there is proves satisfying enough. Bass again requires a good deal of alt-strumming but would serve well as a warm-up song.

The kick-pedal skills of your drummer will definitely get a workout (as will the drummer as well) with a rather quick kick-pedal pattern underscoring the main beat. There are no tricky rhythms – just a near constant pounding beat that will have your calf muscles burning at the end. Your arms will also get a fitness wake-up; the stamina-proving ride cymbal tempo is quick enough to build up a sweat.

Vocals and harmonies really shine – the rather odd lyrics juxtaposed with the alt-rock feel to the song lend it a strangely alluring quality. Couple that with an amazing three-part communion of different melodies at the end and you’ve got something that is immediately singable but requires co-ordination aplenty. The lead vocals often jump from low to high in the space of a phrase, so put your strongest vocalist up front for this one.

I’d never heard of the band, album (British Brains) or song before this was released on RBN – evidence of the Aladdin’s Cave of new music that the RBN has turned out to be. For the bargain price of 80 MSP this demands attention!

Sounds like: A dash of Mute Math, a touch of Muse perhaps
Perfect for:
Stamina-busting drummers, co-ordinated harmonies


Spectrograph Formant Analysis Visualization of “Silencer”

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Formant analysis spectrograph of Silencer. (Click the gear to watch in HD)

Visuals by iBUILDWORLDS.

More on formants:

Brains Out For Rock Band 3 On Xbox 360

Friday, March 16th, 2012

“Brains Out” is now playable on Rock Band 3 for Xbox 360 and can be purchased either from the in-game music store, Live Marketplace on the 360 dashboard, or online from the following link :

Thanks to Redditor Vince Caccamo for hooking this up and That Authoring Group for transcribing it and putting us in the game!

Sleepover Shows: Acoustic Videos of “Even” and “Brains Out

Friday, July 1st, 2011


RIBS Shout Out in Boston Phoenix: “Boston Rock’s 2010 In Review”

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010


“Harder-rocking young ‘uns RIBS release British Brains, poising themselves for breakout status in 2011.”