Strykers Club is right on point when it comes to the pulse of popular music. Their club-bangin' jams have already rocked some of L.A.'s top-tier clubs. Furthermore, Strykers Club posesses the sort of musical depth (from hard rap/rock tracks to beautiful instrumentals) found in only the most enduring acts. Strykers Club is able to connect with audiences through it's multi-ethnic roster, raw musical talent and truly original comic book origins. Whether a fan of hip-hop, rock, r&b or rap, you'll find ample reason to fall in love with their unique blend of music and art. Unlike any other band in the history of music, Strykers Club actually began as a comic book! Penned by artist/illustrator Anwar, it all started with Surge Stryker, the youngest of eight 'unnatural' octuplets. Born into a top-secret lab known only as the D.E.M.O.N. Seed Project, young Surge and his siblings developed paranormal abilities at an early age. However, it soon became clear that he was different- an outsider. While his seven siblings ventured into the world and began aggressively consolidating the family interests, Surge was more interested in finding out the truth about their origins. Ironically, this search for the truth would find him embroiled in a deadly war with his own family's globe-spanning empire. Forced into hiding, in a calculated counter-move, he recruits seven other super-powered outcasts. Powerful as the new team is, they have little chance of survival against his family. That is, until Surge becomes aware of another mutant- one who might just tip the scales in their favor. This mutant is known to inhabit the underground Los Angeles club scene. Taking to the stage, Stryker and his band of surprisingly talented recuits begin a search through the dark and dangerous underground music scene for the mysterious mutant who holds the key to their survival. In the process, they unwittingly discover the deeper meaning of life, music and friendship.
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