Gölden Palace - A Little Rock N' Roll / Touch Me There



Surf Punk

Charleston
SC
USA


Band Description

GP is a 5-piece from Charleston with a fun, feel-good vibe that makes you want to party on the beach. With a mix of punk, ska, and classic rock-infused pieces, you are going to have a good time, GP will see to that!


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Artist Biography

Gölden Palace is a surf punk band from Charleston, South Carolina (USA) with punk, ska and classic rock influences.  
 
Gölden Palace is:
Alex Goss:  Vocals
Joseph Kimbrell (aka. Vitne Eveillé): Guitar
Johnny Emmel:  Drums
Graham Spees:  Bass
Andy Adkins:  Lead guitar
 
The story of Gölden Palace ultimately begins in 2001 with a punk rock band called 5th March.  Alex Goss, Joseph Kimbrell and Johnny Emmel, together as 5th March, performed numerous concerts around the Charleston area during their years in high school.  They personified the punk rock DIY ethos by setting up their own concerts, thus attracting and sharing the stage with bands such as The Berlin Project, Punchline, Sloppy Meateaters, East Arcadia, and Gunmoll.  The band enjoyed some local popularity but broke up upon graduation in 2003.
 
Fueled by a love of punk rock, beach music, hair metal, and vodka, Gölden Palace was formed in the summer of 2004 with Alex Goss on vocals and guitar, Joseph Kimbrell on guitar, Johnny Emmel on drums, and Graham Spees on bass (who was actually the first drummer of 5th March before Johnny). The newly formed four-piece hit Charleston furiously and quickly gained more traction than ever before.  Reminiscent of bands like Thin Lizzy, NOFX, Goldfinger, Less Than Jake, and even Motley Crue, Gölden Palace made it clear their music is about having a good time and rocking hard.  In late 2004, GP entered the studio with producer Dwayne Greenhill to record their debut album "A Little Rock N' Roll," 10 songs which absolutely personify the band's personality and attitude during this era:  Four carefree surfer dudes who all lived together in a crappy apartment who lived to rock and loved to party.
 
In 2007, the band took a year's hiatus while Joseph attended Full Sail University in Florida for audio recording.  When he returned in 2008, the band re-grouped, added lead guitarist Andy Adkins, and hit Charleston with a new energy, nearly selling out venues like Black Cart and Village Tavern.  The band then began recording new songs with Joseph engineering, eager to release new material.  After college graduation in 2009, however, Joseph announced he would be moving to Norway to be with his fiance which led to the band's final concert in Fall of 2009 and the new album remaining unreleased.
 
In January 2010 Joseph moved to Europe and during this time he began making a name for himself as a singer and songwriter, fronting the hair-metal band SEKS in 2011 and launching a solo career in 2013 under the name Vitne.  The rest of the Gölden Palace members were also busy:  Alex, Johnny and Andy formed a new band of their own called Savage Tongues, an active force in Charleston today.
 
Now in 2015, Gölden Palace is back.  In celebration of it's 10th anniversary, a newly remastered "A Little Rock N' Roll" has been announced for release July 1st both digitally and on CD as well as a brand new EP entitled "Touch Me There."  The new EP was originally recorded in 2009 and never released until now.
 
And last but not least, Gölden Palace will be performing a reunion concert July 25th, 2015 at Art's Bar & Grill in Mt. Pleasant, SC.  This will be the first time performing together since 2009.


Press Release
 
 
Charleston's Surf Punk Party Band Gölden Palace is back with Remastered 2005 Album, Brand New EP, and Reunion Concert
 
Charleston, SC (USA) - June 13, 2015
Charleston's original surf punk band Gölden Palace is back in 2015 with a 10th Anniversary edition of their debut 10-song album A Little Rock N' Roll.  The album was recorded from 2004-2005 with Dwayne Greenhill in his Holodeq Studio in Charleston, SC.  The album will also be released on CD for the first time ever.
 
Songs like "Summer Song" and "Is it a Crime?" will get you dancing and rocking at the same time, as Gölden Palace's music has both a summery beach feeling as well as a punk and classic rock edge.  The title track "A Little Rock N' Roll" resembles a young Prince, and songs like "Saving Sage" and "I Wanna Be In Love" resemble the poppy punk rock sound that was such a massive force in American popular music at the time.
 
In addition to the remastered album, the band will be releasing a never-before-released EP entitled Touch Me There, full of high energy skate punk and ska.  Originally recorded in 2009, the EP will feature songs that were GP live concert staples before their 2009 hiatus.
A Little Rock N' Roll will be available on iTunes and everywhere else on July 1st, 2015, followed by the new EP Touch Me There releasing July 14th.  Pre-Orders for CDs and digital are now open via the band's Bandcamp store (http://goldenpalaceband.bandcamp.com) and via their label's store at http://kagamiland.bandcamp.com
To celebrate their new releases and their reunion, Gölden Palace will be performing a reunion concert on July 25th, 2015 at Art's Bar & Grill in Mt. Pleasant, SC.  Times and more information to come.
 
About Gölden Palace:
Gölden Palace is a 5-piece band from Charleston, SC and very active in the area during 2004-2009.  Guitarist Joseph Kimbrell moved to Norway in 2010 and has since been making a name for himself as Vitne (www.Vitne.net), a solo artist who has embraced Creative Commons, with influences like glam metal, gothic rock, and Japanese visual kei.  Alex, Johnny, and Andy (singer, drummer, guitarist) went on to form a new band called Savage Tongues with a stronger roots rock and classic rock sound, an active force in Charleston today.
 
Source:  Kagami Entertainment PR

Eirik Raynor, Publicist:  info@kagamientertainment.com
 
 
 

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