Here's another dose of some unsigned talent that provided great audio entertainment last Sunday on Homebrew.  Dismystic:  take at least three heavy doses a day and don't worry about calling a doctor as their is no cure for addiction.  Based in the Fort Walton Beach, Florida area, Dismystic has been together for over 2 years now and is made up of:  Brian on Vocals, Guitar Virgil on Lead Guitar,  Chris on Bass & Vic on Drums.

As you will hear them talk about in the interview, they mesh great together and produce a great blend of rock sounds ranging from the 80's to current.  Lead singer Brian clarifies their sound by explaining it's like Mariah Carey...infused...with Anthrax?   The band gives plenty of information on their history, to include their brief role in "Brother-swapping," and how they believe they made Chuck Norris' music playlist.  The band is no freshman band as these guys have shared the stage with a lot of huge names:  Korn, Fuel, 1o Years, just to name a few.  Enough of me telling you what was said, listen to part 1 of their Homebrew interview...

Their first showcase "Our Own Infinity" is off of their just released album of the same name.  Proof that women have a "magical power" over men and that they make some of the best material for music.  Check it out below and then go buy this bad mamma-jamma that was released along with Homebrew Veterans For Shame's self-titled album last Friday.  **Cool note, Bryan Kelly of For Shame produced 'Our Own Infinity.' Niiiiiiicccee work my friend!)

Take the links to facebook and 'like' them or go to their website!  More to come...