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Georgia Red Clay / Press

“First thing I said to myself when I heard the first few riffs of “Don’t Tread On Me”, “Damn, this has that southern rock feel to it, not what I was expecting at all. I can “dig” this.” Then the lead vocals of Brian Warner started playing in my ears. “Don’t tread on me. Just let me be. I believe what I believe.” Now, for those that have yet to hear GRC, Warner sings this song with a growl, or what sounds like a growl to me. At first, I was skeptical, but as I listened to the song, I realized that this song wouldn’t be the same if it didn’t have that edgy feel to it. Every now and again, I hear myself singing it as it’s stuck in my head. Now anyone who knows anything knows that when a song gets stuck in your head, its catchy, and that is exactly what this song is, catchy.”

“Georgia Red Clay might at first simply sound like another dime a dozen Southern Rock artists, but these Georgia boys bring a unique melding of old 70s style Southern Rock with down and dirty blues layered overtop a Johnny Cash-like country bedrock. Reverbnation says they sound like fellow Atlanteans Blackberry Smoke, and the comparison is a valid one, but Blackberry Smoke has much more in common with The Black Crowes than Johnny Cash. Georgia Red Clay take on a little more, if not serious, then sombre themes.”

“Newly-formed Gwinnett band is fast becoming known on the local music scene. Local Gwinnett County band Georgia Red Clay rocked Loganville from the band room at Atmosphere on Saturday night. The newly-formed band has been making waves on the local scene since it's formation back in February of this year under the name Red Clay.”