We are a Local Utah Hardcore band Called SGK. We formed in 2011 but have been on a hiatus for many years. Back in 2012 we started to record our first full length album titled "No Solid Ground" but we never got a chance to finish it. Now were on a mission to make our dreams a reality! Hardcore has always been a first love for us all, and is what brought us so close together in the first place.
WHY WE NEED YOUR MONEY
Recording an album is pricey, and we want to give you the best songs with the best quality there is to offer! To do this, it will cost us close to 13,000 dollars. If we are fortunate enough to make this thing come to life, the rest of the money will be used to make the rewards that we promised you. Merch is also not cheap, and we want the best there is to offer!
We have an assortment of different backing suggestions with great rewards for each! We will have T-Shirts, Stickers, and the album in Digital and hard copy! And for anyone will to donate 100 dollars or more, we will have a special, named, thank you note in the booklet of our Hard copy album.
Meet the Members:
This is Evan Lawrence our Drummer. He is an Assistant Sales Manager at AT&T. Fond of the outdoors and best buds with his dog Jango. Evan spends his time playing videos games, and camping.
Sheyenne Shamsa our Guitarist. Sheyenne is a Chemist at the University of Utah. Also a big outdoors guy, he's always capturing the perfect moments with his camera. He spends his time taking pictures and playing guitar.
Damon Stump is SGK's Vocalist. His day job is a Sales Associate at Verizon Wireless. You can find him playing Pokemon on his Gameboy in one hand, and a beer in the other.
This is Nate Fowles, our Bassist. He works as a Personal Trainer at a local gym. If hes not working out at the gym, you'll find him watching re-runs of the office, Over and over again. Seriously its A LOT.
(From left to right)
Nate Fowles, Evan Lawrence, Damon Stump, Zack Shultis, Sheyenne Shamsa.
Thank you for your time and contributions, we cant wait to impress you with our music and to finish our album.
RIP Zack, We love you buddy.
IF YOU OR ANYONE YOU KNOW IS STRUGGLING WITH DEPRESSION PLEASE GIVE THEM THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE NUMBER. 1-800-273-8255
Risks and challenges
Being that it has been six years since we wrote these songs, they will need to be re-written, and that will take time. We will still be working our day jobs, so unfortunately we wont be able to work on this 24/7 which is why it might take a year or so to complete the album and record it all.