Ecstatic, vital, and brilliantly unhinged, Guerilla Toss promotes positive energy and twisted spirituality through the less-traveled path of brutal, intelligent, live rock and roll dance music. Like a hurricane of healing bliss, a Guerilla Toss concert is more of a ritual than a performance. The group is lead by vocalist / poet Kassie Carlson her vivid, imagistic lyrics covering a full spectrum of frequencies, subject matter, and emotional depth. Co-founder, ringleader and most importantly, drummer Peter Negroponte, contributes a sense of rhythm and syncopation equal parts academic and raw, providing a solid foundation for the world-class weirdos making up the rest of the group. Guitarist Arian Shaifee combines elements of noise, skronk, metal shred, and R&B, often all in the same song. Newly added bassist Phillip Racz brings his keen sense of punk jazz to the table, taking the groove factor to a whole new level. And then there's Sam 'Coach' Lisabeth - the latest heir to the GT synthesizer chair - laying down lush pads and sub synth bass bombs that penetrate NYC's core from Brooklyn's grimiest DIY venues to the midtown Trump towers. This unit, playing together, can create vibrations powerful enough to knock the toupee off of that fascist capitalist's big head. It is the unique pairing of musical voices and backgrounds that makes Guerilla Toss such a special party band. But they are more than that - GT gets real when you pay close attention. Their music is inspired by both tragedy and beauty, drug addiction/mental illness and the re-birth of the soul through spiritual practice and psychedelic drug healing - helping the listener overcome these mind-fuck hardships.