TSUNAMI BOMB is a dynamic and energetic punk rock band that originated just north of the San Francisco Bay Area in a town called Petaluma, California. Formed at the every end of the 1990s, the group quickly gained recognition for their distinctive blend of melodic punk, post-hardcore, and pop-punk influences. With driving guitar riffs, dynamic keyboards, powerful dual vocals, and thought-provoking lyrics, TSUNAMI BOMB has captivated audiences with their raw emotion and high-energy performances. Their music often explores themes of personal struggles, resilience, and social commentary, resonating with listeners on a deep level and inspiring a devout cult following for their anthemic singalongs and dark melodies.
TSUNAMI BOMB’s debut album, “The Ultimate Escape” on Kung Fu Records received critical acclaim, with Rolling Stone later naming it as one of their Top 50 Pop-Punk albums of all time. Despite line-up changes, TSUNAMI BOMB’s resilience has allowed them to release multiple albums through the years, including their most recent LP,
“The Spine That Binds” on Jello Biafra’s label, Alternative Tentacles Records. Their ability to infuse emotional depth into their impactful and unforgettable songs has long established their contribution to shaping the punk rock landscape.
With a longtime lineup consisting of founding bassist Dominic Davi, whose pulsating driving rhythms anchor the band’s music, founding keyboardist/vocalist Oobliette Sparks, whose haunting melodies and powerhouse vocals add depth and texture, founding drummer Gabe Lindeman, whose thunderous beats drive the band’s relentless energy, singer Kate Jacobi, whose emotive vocals lead the charge with passion and intensity, and guitarist Andrew Pohl, whose searing riffs and unforgettable dynamic tone elevate the band’s sonic landscape.
Over the years, TSUNAMI BOMB has evolved and matured while always staying true to their signature sound. Continuing to push boundaries and deliver an experience that is both powerful and unforgettable, solidifying TSUNAMI BOMB’s place as a prominent force within the punk rock scene.