Birch Hill Dam, Cortez, Oxen, and No Window!
Come bear witness to an official O ring blow out as The Moulten Llama opens the Birch Hill Dam album release party on friday september 12th @8pm Ralph's Rock Diner 95 Prescott st. Worcester Ma 01605
Promotorhead Entertainment and PDP Productions in conjunction with Wicked Music Present RPM Fest 2014 August 9 & 10th in Greenfield, Massachusetts 2 days, 2 stages, 32 of the best Rock, Punk, and Metal bands from all over New England RPM Fest is a crowdfunded, pay-what-you-can festival. There is no entry fee, but we need your support to make this show happen! Please make a contribution through either of the following links: Back us on Kickstarter (we're a Staff Pick!): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rpmfest/rpm-fest-2014-a-heavy-music-festival-in-western-ma Backers can choose from tons of awesome rewards, including CDs, shirts, and vinyl from bands playing the fest, as well as limited edition Promotorhead and RPM Fest shirts. RPM Fest 2014 Compilation: http://rpmfest.bandcamp.com/album/rpm-fest-2014 A high-quality digital download of 20 tracks, over 85 minutes of music from bands playing this year's fest, for only $5.
Sounds Like: Black Thai, Black Sabbath, Corrosion Of Conformity
Label: Billocation Records, Buzzville Records, Kozmik Artifactz
If you’re wondering why Massachusetts heavy rockers Cortez would release their first full-length as a double-vinyl, the answer is simple: Balance.
Balance is at the core of everything Cortez does, whether it’s nailing the equal scale measure of pop catchiness and fuzzed-out heavy rock and roll, o...See Full Bio
" Everything fits together seamlessly and CORTEZ roars through this album with the power of a 71′ Dodge Charger. Even in their quieter, emotive moments, the four guys are bursting with energy. The crunchy riffs are soaked with fuzz and sweat, but great value is also placed on songs that are straight to the point with catchy hooklines and forceful grooves. Blues, metal and 1970′s heavy rock are an equal part in CORTEZ’ tasteful blend, and they succeed in creating a varied record that never runs out of good ideas. They go from a aggressive rockers like ‘All Hail’ to slower more melancholic songs like ‘Wormwood’ where suddenly an additional acoustic guitar appears."