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February, Saturday 18th....KILLJOY conquers new territory in The Big Apple! Come party with the World's Heaviest Band in lower Manhattan for the annual NYS Heavyfest. We've been invited to join some of the city's finest metal acts for a night you truly won't forget.
Sounds Like: The Who, The Clash, The Offspring, Rage Against the Machine
Label: we don't believe in labels, they limit growth.
Bio: Based in New York City, Low Mass Tone is a four piece band that wants to succeed in spite of themselves. After various name and member changes, the current incarnation seems bent on success even if it's later determined that they won't be able to handle it. Low Mass Tone has played in many of the...See Full Bio
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“We’re a pretty musically diverse bunch, as long as your idea of musical diversity is restricted to loud, guitar-oriented rock,” laughs Kurt Engfehr, guitarist with Low Mass Tone. The New York and New Jersey-based band is just putting the finishing touches on their first album, which has been a long time coming since the group has been together since 2001. “We’ve had a big push in the last year, finishing three songs and having three more in various stages of completion,” he adds. “And once those are mixed, hey, we’ve got an album! Once that’s done, we’ll be hitting the streets.” Look for Low Mass Tone to be hitting area stages to support the new release in the near future. “We’re kinda putting our efforts towards that right now, but when it’s done, be prepared,” Kurt warns. “I’m not sure WHAT you should be prepared for, but I’d get ready just the same!””
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Q: Where can I find more info, pics and history about you?Touring in CT? Why are the videos and pics so dark? Great to see a talented woman playing bass acoustic & electric and a great voice!! Want 2CU.
A: Thanks for getting in touch! Rikki's super talented and we're excited that she was able to showcase her fingerpicking skills on Down Under, showing that she's not just a pretty bass player. As far as dark pictures and videos, while the video for Down Under is a bit moody, BASF is very bright and colorful, check that out if you haven't, yet. We're not touring right now, concentrating on finishing up our first album, getting close!
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