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It seems in this day & age, the multitudinous amount of bands clogging up the airwaves prevent the few with a unique sound from standing out. Music is more accessible than it has ever been, but interest is absent. The hybrid trends of the new millennium have washed away the essence of rock’s forefathers. True “rock n’ roll” artists, for all intents and purposes, appear to be a dying breed.
That’s where Reverend Mothers come in.
Built on influences ranging from Alice Cooper, Jimi Hendrix, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Ween, the band strives to bring back the element of surprise and energy in rock music. Individually hailing from different sections of the Northeast, the guys have come together to create an introspective, rebellious sound based on fictional stories that dictate reality.
In March 2013, Reverend Mothers released their imposing, self-produced debut EP “Acolyte’s Revival” to the public domain.