Seeing bands like I Hate Heroes grow and mature is an awesome thing. But it means we get bigger beer guts, too. Can’t win ’em all.

At the time of our interview, the members of I Hate Heroes were listed as Ephraim Francis (vocals), Jimmy Snyder (vocals), Ricky Nachurski (guitar), Michael Mavretic (guitar), Matt Cellini (bass), and Nicholas Nachurski (drums). This is the second time we’ve had the luck of talking with I Hate Heroes. A lot has happened in that time and some of it is pretty exciting.

This time through the interview loft came two members of the band to share the load and the shame for that pair of leather pants that got left in the cushions, again. It was the Misfits after all. Anyway, brothers Nicholas and Ricky were kind enough, and a little scared for their new vocalist so they gave him the night off, to talk to National Rock Review about a few things concerning the band.

So grab your Flyers, Phillies, Eagles, and 76ers gear and throw it all away. Take pictures of it and send it along to the guys. They’ll love you for the fond memories. Or, I might have gotten that backwards, but I guess you’ll have to listen and find out for yourself.

After you finish satisfying your curiosity, head over to our Facebook or Twitter pages and let us know what you thought. Or, give us shit for our Philly biased reporting. Either way, we’d love to hear your thoughts.

And, we’d like to recommend seeing the guys live if they come near your neck of the woods. You might end up with a new favorite young band. You can even help them get on Warped again by voting for them if you like what you hear. And fellas, go Colts, (laughing).

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About The Author

After getting the photo bug in the far, past days of black and white film, Erich continued to develop his eye for photography which lead to stops in the sporting, art, wedding, and eventually concert music worlds. Now, doing more writing for National Rock Review, he has entered into the journey of getting to know the artists and the industry, not just the faces on the other side of the lens.

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