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April 22, 2018

BULLETBOYS Enlist Drummer ANTHONY 'TINY' BIUSO


BULLETBOYS have announced the addition of drummer Anthony “Tiny” Biuso to the group’s ranks.

“We have known Tiny for a very long time and are so excited to have him providing the major boom to this group,” says singer Marq Torien. “Tiny is now a ‘fully loaded’ BulletBoy and we look forward to having him rock out with us around the globe in 2018.

“I have always admired Tiny‘s talent and could not be more excited and blessed to have him in the band,” Marq adds. “He was not only chosen for his amazing talent, but because of his loving and amazing personality. His drumming is out of this world and a perfect fit! We welcome him into our family with open arms.”

Says guitarist Nick Rozz: “Tiny is a real powerhouse who brings a rock-solid foundation and infectious groove. He and his playing are both awesome additions.”

States bassist Chad MacDonald: “His name is Tiny, but his talent is anything but. His focus and professionalism is inspiring and the intensity he brings to the ‘tubs’ is staggering. He serves the music beautifully and makes my bass playing effortless. Welcome aboard the BulletTrain, T!”

Anthony is no newcomer to the rock scene. Most will remember him from his stints with TSOL, THE DICKIES and (HED) P.E.

Biuso was born in New York City and has played drums for nearly 35 years. His career has brought him to 35 countries and almost every single state behind the drum kit for some of today’s hottest rock and punk bands.

“Cannot wait to bash out these killer tunes worldwide,” says Biuso. “Suits my big beat style perfectly. What a great band!”

BULLETBOYS will release their new album, “From Out Of The Skies”, on March 23 via Frontiers Music Srl. The disc was recorded at the Dave Grohl‘s Studio 606 in Northridge, California.

The official music video for the disc’s first single, “D-Evil”, featuring guest vocals from Jesse Hughes of EAGLES OF DEATH METAL, can be seen below.


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