Don’t say we didn’t warn you. The Kemisthree is known for their bass kicking on stage performances which border the unique and wild. Their grunge takes off from its origin – Seattle sound, a rock music genre that emerged during the mid-1980s.
The band hails from Imus, Cavite and consists of three musically talented members with strong vocals: guitarist Kurt Viray, bassist Paul Estorninos, and drummer Carlo Abulog. Their name stems from “chemistry”, a subject during their college days. It is a three-man band just like Green Day, Blink-182, and The Nirvana.
Band members changed in the last few years but maintained the hallmark of playing Kurt’s original compositions – his lyrics polarizing on experiences.
The Kemisthree placed a respectable finish, as a semifinalist in the 2018 Red Horse Beer PAMBANSANG MUSIKLABAN. They represented South Luzon Area under the “AKLAS” category, featuring alternative music creations.
The annual PAMBANSANG MUSIKLABAN is the arena of the country’s best amateur rock bands, playing their groundbreaking original compositions. This year, The Kemisthree is again set to audition, hoping to qualify, and eye a triumphant finish.
The Kemisthree’s numerous influences include Queen, Guns and Roses, The Nirvana, Pearl Jam, The Wuds, The Youth, and more that build their musicality. While their album contains songs – bhieT.Ter, Bulate, Only A Person, eaT, and Is That you Alyssa, are with interesting backstories worth tracking down.
The road to stardom is through their “love it or hate it” theatric performances. Bizarre – yes, but The Kemisthree is a genius of a band set to become one of the country’s music icons.
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