Tag Archives: Rusty Coones

Is this new Attika 7 song their heaviest material to date?

Posted by on October 16, 2014

Attika 7, the band featuring former Biohazard bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld and Sons of Anarchy motorcyclist Rusty Coones, are going to be playing the Knotfest next week. With that around the corner, they’ve released a new song, “Darkest Day,” which both their publicist and Seinfeld call their heaviest track ever. The song will be included on the […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 5: Hard Rock/Metal ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Cameos

Posted by on September 9, 2013

Metal Insider’s Top 5 is a column where we count down the top five of…well basically anything. For better or worse, metal and hard rock has often been associated with motorcycles and biker gangs. So it’s unsurprising that there would be some sort of crossover between metal and FX’s Sons Of Anarchy, the crime drama following everyone’s […]

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Attika7 Adds Former Kyuss, Nonpoint, UPO Members

Posted by on July 6, 2012

With the release of their debut album still a bit over three weeks away, new forces have joined the ranks of Los Angeles-based band and motorcycle enthusiasts Attika7. Leading man Evan Seinfeld (former Biohazard) and famed motorcycle builder Rusty Coones announced that they are being joined by guitarist Zach Broderick (formerly with Nonpoint), drummer Tommy […]

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Metal Insider Top 5: Evan Seinfeld’s And Rusty Coones’ (Attika 7) Top Motorcycles

Posted by on June 18, 2012

In case their appearance on The Devil’s Ride wasn’t enough of an indicator, the members of Attika 7 (featuring former Biohazard frontman Evan Seinfeld) are major motorcycle enthusiasts. In fact, not only has guitarist/founding member Rusty Coones been a lifelong biker, but he’s also a famed motorcycle builder and co-owner of Illusion Motorsports. So with […]

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Evan Seinfeld Joins Attika7 As New Frontman

Posted by on September 16, 2011

When Evan Seinfeld parted ways with Biohazard out of the blue back in June, many assumed he was giving up on music altogether. After all, he’s become more popular as of late (and probably making more money) for screwing in front of a camera than he has for screwing around in front of a mic. […]

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