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Fueled by the dedication and passion of its five members, Drenalin continues to draw a major following in Northeast Ohio and its surrounding region, gaining the respect of venues, promoters and fellow musicians. Following the release of their self-titled album Drenalin (2007) and Ground Zero (2009), their third album Faith in Forever dropped to anxiously awaiting fans in the Fall of 2012 and continues to pump high energy, compelling riffs and defining fills into the veins of Northeast Ohio’s music scene. Recorded and produced by Drenalin’s Dan Gutter in his studio Screamline Recording, Faith in Forever displays the heart, soul and true musicianship of its members.
Drenalin has shared the stage with national acts including Saving Abel, Nonpoint, Taproot, Red, Trust Company, Primer 55, CAVO, Saliva, Taddy Porter, Evans Blue, Framing Hanley, Flaw, The Sick Puppies, Black Stone Cherry, Eye Empire and My Darkest Days. Crediting its influences to Sevendust, Breaking Benjamin and Phil Collins/Genesis, Drenalin continues to infuse Hard Rock, Metal, R&B and 80s New Wave into a sound of their own.
In 2012, Drenalin became the official music partner for The Legends Football League (formally The Lingerie Football League). Tracks from Faith in Forever were featured in their worldwide promotions, including the use of “Epic” for the 2012 LFL All Star Game in Australia, “The Chosen” in the 2012 LFL Broadcast promotion, and "Wear It" for their 2013 Rebranding promotion.
With a growing fan base, dedication to their music, a passionate attention to detail and a high-energy live show, Drenalin begs the question:
Are you a junkie?
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Mike Compton (Vocals)
Dan Gutter (Guitar, Piano, Vocals)
Adam Robinson (Guitar)
Nick Rescina (Bass)
Mark Peddle (Drums)
"Drenalin not only provides something different, but could also be the band most likely to break out of Northeast Ohio. [Drenalin's] solid songwriting and textured performanc easily puts it alongside the Nickelbacks, Godsmacks, and Breaking Benjamins of the rock radio world." - The Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Your Savior is at once complex enough to marvel at the band's musicianship and simple enough to sing along with" - Tim Webb, Cleveland's Scene Magazine