Wilson

Rocks Like:
Every Time I Die, Cancer Bats, Gallows
Check Out:
Standing On The Reel

Wilson started as a fun project “to devastate and shake up the face that modern metal and rock ’n’ roll was turning into, and shed a light on the party vibes that were always there,” says vocalist Chad Nicefield. Following several lineup changes, the Detroit quintet—who indeed subscribe to the old-school ethos of heavy riffs and heavier partying—hit the ground running with their 2010 EP, Standing On The Reel, and haven’t looked back; they played over 100 shows that year alone. In the future, Nicefield has simple plans for Wilson: “Hard Work, lots of touring, a new record and empty cases of PBR.”

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