|Birth name||Brent Muscat|
|Born||April 23, 1967|
Hollywood, California, U.S.
|Genres||Hard rock, Glam metal, Heavy metal|
|Associated acts|| Sin City Sinners |
Saints of Las Vegas
ALLEY CATS LV
Brent Muscat (born April 23, 1967) is an American musician best known as the lead guitarist of glam metal band Faster Pussycat.
Faster Pussycat was formed in the 1980s Hollywood glam metal boom. The original line up consisted of Brent, along with Taime Downe and Greg Steele. The band's most successful album Wake Me When It's Over earned "Gold" status from the RIAA.
The name of the band is derived from the Russ Meyer film Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! . Brent left the band in 1993.
On April 21, 2007, Muscat circulated via MySpace an open invitation to Taime Downe and Greg Steele to reunite the classic Faster Pussycat lineup with him (Downe had been touring in a new incarnation of the group, featuring only himself from the original lineup).
Brent's version of Faster Pussycat toured Europe in Spring 2007 with Kurt Frohlich replacing Taime on vocals along with Todd Kerns on guitar.
After a short name dispute with Taime Downe, Brent dropped his claim and dissolved his incarnation of the band.
Brent formed Deluxe back in 1994 with Marc Anthony vocals, Tommy T-bone Caradonna (ex-White Lion, Alice Cooper, Lita Ford) on bass and Gary Kaluza (ex-Glory Chain) on guitar.
Muscat currently lives in Las Vegas and co-owns the band Sin City Sinners.with Todd Kerns (Age of Electric, Static in Stereo, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, Kulick). The band is rounded out with Rob Cournoyer (ex-Raging Slab), and Michael "Doc" Ellis (RaTT). (With guest appearance from musician/actor Zachary Throne.) Sin City Sinners has been called the hardest working band in Las Vegas.
Muscat is one of the characters in the book Sex Tips from Rock Stars by Paul Miles, published by Omnibus Press in July 2010.
Muscat and Takashi O'hashi who is Japanese guitarist formed ALLEY CATS LV from 2016. Also the member of this band are Zachary Throne on vocal and bass and drummer Stephen Mills.
In early 2017 they released their first Ep.with the single Speed Racing Superstar.
In December 2017 Brent took a "hiatus" from Alley Cats.
Brent also formed the band Saints of Las Vegas, with Anthony Serrano as the lead singer. On February 7, 2018, the Saints released the single “TOMEKA”.They followed that up on March 15, 2018 with the single and lyric music video for "Panic Room".
In 2017 Brent joined Todd Kerns along with the most well known line up of the Sin City Sinners in a limited number of shows.They followed up this limited engagement with an August 31, 2018, gig at the world-famous Count's Vamp'd RockBar & Grill.
Brent Muscat hosted his own radio show "Mondays with Muscat"on lvrockradio that featured local music and musicians.
He also co-hosted "Sinful Sundays" with Dirk Vermin on radiovegas.rocks
On February 19, 2012, Brent announced live on Las Vegas Radio station Komp 92.3 that on March 16 he will have his head shaved in front of a live audience to stand in solidarity with kids fighting cancer, but more importantly, to raise money to find cures through the St Baldrick's charity.On March 16, 2012 Brent shaved his head on stage in front of a sold out crowd and beat his goal raising thousands of dollars for the St. Baldrick's foundation.
In 1989, Brent received a gold record award for Faster Pussycat's second album Wake Me When It's Over . Years later, in 2004, he would earn his second gold record with the band's self-titled debut album, Faster Pussycat .
Sin City Sinners won "Best of Vegas" two years in a row (2009 and 2010) in the Las Vegas Review Journal reader's poll,and their music video 'Going to Vegas' received the 32nd annual Telly award. Brent and the Sin City Sinners as well as being the house band, won the Publisher's Pick award at the 2010 VRMA Awards.
Faster Pussycat is an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1985 by vocalist Taime Downe, guitarists Brent Muscat and Greg Steele and bassist Kelly Nickels. The group has since gone through numerous lineup changes leaving Downe as the only constant member. They broke up in 1993, but reformed in 2001. Faster Pussycat has released four studio albums to date: Faster Pussycat (1987), Wake Me When It's Over (1989), Whipped! (1992) and The Power and the Glory Hole (2006). They were one of the most successful hard rock bands of the late 1980s and early 1990s, having sold over two million records worldwide.
Beggars & Thieves is a band initially made up of lead vocalist Louie Merlino, guitarist Ron Mancuso, bassist Phil Soussan, and drummer Bobby Borg. Phil Soussan and Bobby Borg left after the band’s first album and after some light touring, and they are pictured on the album sleeve/liner notes and credited as having played on it.
Taime Downe is an American musician who became notable as the lead singer of 1980s hard rock band Faster Pussycat.
Faster Pussycat is the first album by the band of the same name. The album reached #97 on the Billboard 200 chart. Videos were made for several of the songs on the album, including Don't Change That Song, which had a video directed by Russ Meyer.
Wake Me When It's Over is the second album by Faster Pussycat, released in 1989. The band moved away from the glam metal of their first album to a more blues-influenced sound.
Whipped! is Faster Pussycat's third album, released in 1992 by Elektra Records.
Between the Valley of the Ultra Pussy is an album of industrial remixes of Faster Pussycat songs from the late 1980s and early 1990s, released after they reunited for a tour in 2001. Lead singer Taime Downe had always favored industrial rock and had been recording in that style since Faster Pussycat's break-up.
Blas Elias is the original, and former, drummer of the glam metal band Slaughter. He also drums for the Las Vegas production of Blue Man Group. He toured with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra in the winters of 2017 and 2018. He presently performs in the Las Vegas production show Raiding the Rock Vault. As of 2019 he has returned in Slaughter as a full-time drummer.
Sonic Syndicate is a Swedish metalcore band from Falkenberg. They were formerly influenced by Swedish melodic death metal bands such as In Flames and Soilwork and American metalcore bands like Killswitch Engage and All That Remains.
B-Side Ourselves is a studio EP by American heavy metal band Skid Row, released on September 22, 1992. It consists of cover versions of songs originally recorded by artists who influenced Skid Row. As the title suggests, most of the tracks had previously featured as B-sides on the band's various singles — "Psycho Therapy" and "Delivering the Goods" appeared on the 1992 re-release of "Youth Gone Wild", "C'mon and Love Me" appeared on both "Slave to the Grind" and "In a Darkened Room", while "What You're Doing" appeared on "Wasted Time"; only the final track, a cover of "Little Wing", was previously unreleased. The EP charted at number 58 on the Billboard 200.
Todd "Dammit" Kerns is a Canadian musician who has worked with several Canadian bands, most notably The Age of Electric. Kerns is currently the bass guitarist and back up vocalist for Slash in the band Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators.
Live and Rare is a Faster Pussycat EP. All tracks on the album appeared on the band's first 2 albums, but are featured here in alternate remixed, edited, or live versions.
"Bathroom Wall" is a song taken from Faster Pussycat's first album Faster Pussycat released in 1987. Like much of the band's material from the album, it has a comedic side and deals with graffiti left on a bathroom stall wall that Taime Downe saw backstage at a gig the band were playing prior to getting signed.
This is a timeline documenting the events of heavy metal in the year 2010.
Sin City Sinners is a group of musicians who perform self-penned originals and rock and roll covers at key venues throughout Las Vegas, Nevada. The band is composed of a tight-knit group of core members: Brent Muscat, guitar; Todd Kerns, lead vocals and guitar; and Rob Cournoyer, drums. In addition, Sin City Sinners' performances regularly feature appearances by many notable musicians, comedians, actors, and other entertainers. The group started around 2007, and was spun off from an earlier "Sin City All-Stars" band that featured Brent Muscat and Louie Merlino, amongst others.
Joshua Alan is an American singer-songwriter and musician, and was the singer for Bobby Blotzer's version of RATT during the American Made 2016 tour.
"House of Pain" is a power ballad by American rock band Faster Pussycat. The song was released as the third and final single from the album Wake Me When It's Over. The song is the most popular by the band, peaking at no. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Sacrament of Sin is the seventh studio album by German power metal band Powerwolf, released on 20 July 2018 by Napalm Records. The band wrote it during 2017 and began recording it in January 2018 at the Fascination Street Studios in Örebro, Sweden. It was Jens Bogren's first production work for Powerwolf. Joost van den Broek assisted the band with orchestras. Musically, the album is much more different than previous recordings. The expression of the organ has changed, the orchestra has been added and unusual elements such as bagpipes or flute and the band recorded a ballad accompanied by the piano for the first time in its history. The main theme of the album from the point of view of lyrics is sin, but it is not a concept album.
German heavy metal band Powerwolf has released seven studio albums, three live albums, two video albums, three EPs, thirteen singles, and thirteen music videos.