Molotov Solution

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Molotov Solution
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Molotov Solution performing in Anaheim, California in 2011.
Background information
Origin Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Genres Deathcore
Years active 2004 - 2012, 2013 - present
Labels BlkHeart, Metal Blade, Twelve Gauge
Members Kevin Oakley
Sims Houston-Colisen
Jeremy Johnson
Nick Arthur
Robbie Pina

Molotov Solution is an American deathcore band from Las Vegas, Nevada.[1][2][3] They are notable for their politically charged lyrics, which include themes of government conspiracies and world issues. The band announced their hiatus on June 13, 2012.[4]


Molotov Solution was founded during 2004, the group's first release, "The Path To Extinction" was finished and released in 2005 and again in 2006 the band provided one half of a split release album with War from a Harlots Mouth.

In 2008 they released a self-titled full length album that had a "much more groove oriented approach". As guitarist Robbie Pina stated in Jason Bracelin's "Sounding Off" column;

Both the split album with War from a Harlots Mouth and the self-titled album were released on Twelve Gauge Records in 2006. Later in 2008, the entire line-up except for guitarist Robbie Pina and bassist Kevin Oakley left the band for unstated reasons. This resulted in a change of musical style, along with a different vocal style by new vocalist, Nick Arthur.

On December 10, 2008, Molotov Solution signed to Metal Blade[6] and a new full length album titled "The Harbinger", recorded by Kelly Cairns, Daniel Castleman, and Tim Lambesis (frontman of As I Lay Dying) in his personal studio, was released on June 9, 2009.[7]

By Spring 2010, Colisen, Oakley, and Johnson had left the band for their own reasons, but on good terms. Molotov Solution continued touring through 2010. Arthur and Pina picked up the pieces and found a few fill in member for a summer headlining tour and on the No Time to Bleed tour in October, headlined by Suicide Silence.

On December 8, 2010, it was announced that Molotov Solution signed with BlkHeart Group. The band also announced a few member changes to the lineup. The band released their third full length album entitled "Insurrection" on October 25.[8]

On January 5, 2012, it was announced that founding member/guitarist Robbie Pina had left the band and Cody Jarvis would serve as his temporary replacement. Jarvis had previously filled on for Pina while he was on a "personal" break from the band on the Age of Hell Tour co-headlined by Chimaira and Unearth.[9]

On June 13, 2012, vocalist Nick Arthur revealed that the band would be taking an indefinite hiatus, stating: "First off, I want to thank everyone for all or any support given to help us through the years. Secondly, I want to apologize to our friends and fans for canceling our upcoming shows and tours. It has been a great adventure, but unfortunately I have reached a point where I can no longer continue touring full time. A realization I initially made a couple years ago, but tried to push through for the rest of the band and the fans. Future plans for Molotov Solution are still up in the air, as I would not like to see this be the end. Please continue to support our members in their future endeavors. Either way, we will all continue creating music. Thank you for your time and support."

He has since stated that he has not left the band and never had the intention to do so. Further since, the band, via their Facebook account, have also revealed that they were not done creating music and that there will be new material somewhere in the future.

The tape is in write for a new album what ends in 2014 start(begin) in 2015 should appear.




Date of release Title Label
2005 The Path to Extinction self released
2006 Split - (Split album with War from a Harlots Mouth) Twelve Gauge Records
2008 Molotov Solution Twelve Gauge Records
June 8, 2009 The Harbinger Metal Blade Records
October 25, 2011 Insurrection BlkHeart
2014/2015 TBA  ?


Year Title Director
2010 "Awakening" Roger Sieber
2011 "The Blood of Tyrants" Josh Knoff


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