Handmade Heavy Blues is Geezer's debut full length album and is available as a Limited Edition CD and as a digital download @ Bandcamp.com
Buy the album here: http://geezertown.bandcamp.com/
Currently unsigned and shopping for labels, we are looking to release Handmade Heavy Blues on vinyl and/or collaborate on future albums. Distribution deals are also welcome.
A digital EP of new mterial is currently being mixed and is set for release in Spring of 2013.
Please direct any questions, comments, suggestions, bookings, donations & death threats to: email@example.com
Handmade Heavy Blues (Upcoming Release in 2013)
Recorded at: Old Soul Studio, Catskill, NY
Produced by: Pat Harrington
Recorded and Mixed by: Matthew Cullen
Mastered by: Scott Craggs @ Old Colony Mastering, Boston, MA
Photo and Design by: Pat Harrington
Geezer is the (anti)band... not interested in winning any fashion contest, we just lay down grooves that make you shake your booty down to the barrelhouse to get drunk, get laid and get into a fight...
In the fall of 2010, Pat Harrington and Chris Turco started to get together for some loose jams. Quickly they realized that they had the same musical influences and approach. Harnessing their familiar background of classic rock, hardcore and heavy metal; throw in Pat’s affinity for pre-war slide-guitar blues and Geezer was born. Once the songs started to take shape, Freddy Villano was brought in to bring the monster low-end bass that he is known for. Best described as ‘Heavy Blues’, Pat says of Geezer’s approach, “We just wanted to bring the evil back to the blues, the devil’s music! Somehow the blues got co-opted by hippies and jam bands and made it all nice and fluffy, we’re here to change that!”
"Handmade Heavy Blues is a deep and heavy blues based rock. Imagine The Black Keys with a bit more evil in them, n more “Lonely Boy.” Geezer even sounds a bit like Larmon Clamor mixed with a little Five Horse Johnson. Either way you look at it, you’re getting a heavy blues album that covers it all.": Bill Goodman @ The Soda Shop