When listening to alternative-rock bands like DIOSA, the creative zeal from which their
music comes knows no bounds. Born from a series of eclectic tastes over time to form the sound they have today, the boys
Justin, Tyler and Luis knew from a young age that music was something they’ve always wanted to pursue.
While the band’s rocky journey has been constantly tried and tested,
DIOSA made those life-changing moments count by sharing them through their music.
DIOSA isn’t the kind of band that serves to please
others when it comes to shaping their sound. The band has a multi-range of influences that
span between artists like Megadeth, Iron Maiden, Van Halen, Avenged Sevenfold, ZZ Top, Bad
Religion, Blink 182, Danzig, Def Leppard, Volbeat, Alice In Chains, HIM, Velvet Revolver, STP
Leo Dan, Bryan Adams, and Brian Setzer to name a few. From these artists DIOSA drew
inspiration from their influences and molded them together within the realm of modern
alternative rock with stabs of traditional rock.
Following their previous 2021 single releases at Dark Tone Audio, run by ex-drummer of Upon A Burning Body’s
Ramon Villarreal, “Born To Die” is their first step in taking a musical departure from their
usual pop-punk/thrash soundscape. Since then the single has reached radio worthy status,
being played on Houston’s 94.5 The Buzz just after making
the cut out of 100 local bands to promote local artists. Shortly after they recruited new drummer Julian Cruz from Austin Texas.
After solidifying the new line-up the band has garnered more success after
playing at So What Music Fest outside of Dallas, Texas at the old Texas Rangers Stadium. With the
likes of accomplished acts such as Hatebreed, Sum 41, The Ghost Inside, Knocked Loose, 2 Chainz, and Trippie
Redd further adds to their credibility as a talented act on the rise. While the future is
full of endless possibilities, DIOSA’s memorable choruses, thoughtful lyricism, and true-
grit-inspired instrumentalism certainly puts them in a league of their own in the music