Since their formation in the early 2000s, PB Army has gained a reputation for being one of the more clean-sounding bands in the stoner rock field. Keith Bergman, the Toledo, OH-based trio's lead singer and drummer, has described PB Army's sound as "stoner pop metal," but he didn't mean pop-metal as in Ratt, Quiet Riot, D'Molls, Bon Jovi or Twisted Sister -- Bergman wasn't comparing his group to '80s hair bands. Rather, Bergman's point was that PB Army was striving to be melodic and musical as well as heavy, loud, and hard-driving; they're about aggression, but they're also about musicality and intricacy. The Midwestern headbangers have brought a variety of influences to their work: '70s heavy metal and hard rock bands like Budgie, Led Zeppelin and Blue Öyster Cult are influences; PB Army has also been influenced by '80s favorites Iron ...
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