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Track Fighter / Press

““I just have a lot of respect for what they’ve done on their own up until now,” says Hanson of his newest band’s work ethic. “They went out and toured around on their own dime and were able to make it happen just hustling. They did their own radio promotion. And when you find a band wanting to do it themselves, it makes you a little more apt to want to work for them and help them out. Track Fighter deserves their shot.””

“With a modern dark feel, they attacked their set list with exuberant fervor. They have a new EP out entitled Revenge and from what they played this release should be huge! LA, a new track from said record, was a fav of mine and since I lived there for over a decade I have to agree with the lyrics and with the huge chorus, everybody in the crowd was an instant fan. Belting out the disturbingly good offerings was TJ Chopelas, a true frontman and knows how to work a crowd and deliver what they paid for which is rare with newer bands. I will point out also that Dino Vidovich will be a guitar hero one day. Change The World is another stellar standout from the Revenge EP with its raw, edgy feel and What If takes an even darker turn taking cues from the likes of NIN and Soundgarden and in the live setting they flourished. Its one thing to record a track, its another to make it sound great live and this band is a natural live act. This band is going to be massive.”

“YOUR LATEST RECORD BAND AIDS FOR BULLET WOUNDS RELEASED IN FEBRUARY OF 2009. I LOVE THE NAME OF THE ALBUM. IT’S DOING VERY WELL I SEE. YOU ARE GETTING A LOT OF MAJOR AIRPLAY. Read more: http://www.myspace.com/trackfighter/blog#ixzz0y9kCtZWz”

“This new 6 track EP is not as heavy as the first album "Between lies and melodies" but the band still rock hard on a few songs, I think TF is more melodic on these 2009 songs and I wonder if Beau Hill has influenced the band of giving them an 80's sound with a modern approach. But that's not the most important thing here, what matters is that if the new songs hold up to the first album and they do. This is classy stuff, my favorites are "Wake up", "Too broken to mend" and "In the middle of the night" but the kick ass rocker "Just above water" sure sounds like lovely music to my ears. Crank it up! Read more: http://www.myspace.com/trackfighter/blog#ixzz0y9kYMMjE”