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It's a sound that caught Tallahassee by surprise, and it quickly became a staple of the town's world-renowned rock scene. Recently The Razor Mephistos took their cutting-edge audio back to the studio, and from the band's new digs in Asheville, North Carolina, comes its newest release, Campfyre Melodies, a scorching six-track EP loaded with the band's trademark blend of heavy alternative grooves and smooth melodic hooks not commonly found in today's rock environment. The EP features the power rock songs, "Just Old Bucktail Chili", "Gone Are the Days," and "Pitchforks in Paradise." The EP's release also marks the debut of the edgy music videos for "Pitchforks in Paradise" and "Just Old Bucktail Chili." All of the band's music is distributed and available worldwide through iTunes.
The Razor Mephistos also recently launched a remastered version of their fourth major release, The World of Eternal Kids. The album features 16 original songs, including the searing alt rock tracks, "Turn Up the Radio", "Lovebug," and "I Believe." The album is the follow-up to the band's first fully-acoustic album, Penske's Rollin' In Five!!, also remastered, and which features acoustic versions of popular TRM songs as well as previously unreleased tunes. The band's very popular EP, My Everyday, features four powerhouse tracks that are both radio-friendly and maintain the band's signature electrifying sound. The band's debut album, Black Oceans and Silver Skies, features the songs "Exstacie Nocturnal" and "Monsterbat," the tunes that first took The Razor Mephistos to radio stations throughout the southeast and to XM Satellite Radio.
The Razor Mephistos place very well in multimedia. For example, the song, "P.O.W." (My Everyday), is featured on the soundtrack of the film, D-Grade, and the song, "Crazymistic" (Black Oceans and Silver Skies), appears on the soundtrack of the extreme watersports DVD, Short Line with Drew Ross. "Turn Up the Radio" is featured along with other TRM hits on the popular Gaff Magazine's websites, GAFFmag.net and GirlsofGAFF.com. "Let's Get It On" (My Everyday) is a signature anthem for the Tallahassee Titans indoor football team.
Prior to their latest endeavors into the studio, The Razor Mephistos routinely performed a high-energy show that appealed to a wide range of listeners. The band played such notable venues as House of Blues in Orlando, Club La Vela in Panama City, and Floyd's Music Store in Tallahassee, and also performed acoustic concerts at such venues as Borders Books and Music locations throughout Florida.