Picture Me Broken releases video for ‘Mannequins’

By on December 21, 2013


Picture Me Broken releases video for ‘Mannequins’

Artistic vision, intricate musicianship, dark, poetic lyrics exploring heavy, controversial topics and a profound message are the very essence of Picture Me Broken, a breath of fresh air band that shatters any “young band” or “female-fronted” stereotypes. Although PMB is mostly comprised of 20-year-olds, they are one of the few bands right now trying to bring back true rock n roll in this trend-dominated music scene. PMB delivers larger than life, authentic rock n’ roll laced with modern innovation.

Front-woman Layla “Brooklyn” Allman refuses to be placed in a category with other “female-fronted” outfits. “PMB is not just a ‘female-fronted’ band, PMB is a rock n’ roll band”, she comments.

Brooklyn has seen this band through since age 12 (2005). She has spent many years putting together a lineup that offers stellar musicianship, energetic performance, and dynamic personalities.

As for guitar work, PMB offers dual-lead guitar players Dante Phoenix and Jimmy Strimpel who switch off lead detail in displaying their distinguished styles. Their solos, dual leads, and harmonies add
to PMB’s unique sound and complete the live show experience.

Freshly off tour with Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson they are ready to get to work on a new full length to be released early next year.

Brooklyn Allman (Vocals/Keyboards)
Dante Phoenix (Lead Guitar)
Jimmy Strimpel (Lead Guitar)
Shaun Foist (Drums)



Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.