x

Liquid Me / Press

"The annual Trishstock music festival will be held this weekend in Locke. The festival will feature newcomers Liquid Me, as well as Stone Soul Foundation, Pool of Thorns, Stygian, Setiva, One Fate Remains, Super Killer Robots, Slapjaw, Caustic Method, and many more, with live performances beginning at 4 p.m. Friday and ending sometime Sunday morning..."

“Regional hard rock trio Liquid Me, will headline a six-band punk rock farewell to Elmira music venue The Den on Saturday night. The evening’s bill includes bands Concrete Slacks, From Space, and The PushRods. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with the first act starting around 7 p.m. There’s a $5 cover, and the show is ages 21 and up. For more information, search “We Love The Den” on Facebook. The Den will be closed after Feb 28. Liquid Me is active in New York’s anti-fracking campaign. The band licensed its unreleased first single, “Wrong,” to the anti-fracking organization Shaleshock Action Alliance as part of a campaign to help inform New Yorkers about hydraulic fracturing, and about government efforts to begin fracking in New York. The single is offered as a free download at Shaleshock’s website, Shaleshock.org, which is a resource of information on fracking and related events, rallies and news and works to connect anti-fracking organizations and people.”

“The environmentalist group Shaleshock Action Alliance will release a new, anti-fracking anthem, by Marcellus-Shale-dwelling, punk rock band, Liquid Me..." "The single “Wrong” will be available as a free download via shaleshock.org, in an effort to help inform about dangers inherent to current “fracking” gas extraction methods, which may soon be starting up in New York State." “We’re convinced that current fracking methods are not safe, and we’re afraid that our representation does not care,” said Liquid Me singer/guitarist, Lotus. “We’re not interested in becoming anyone’s collateral damage.”

“Homegrown hard rock band, Liquid Me, will host a special performance, and music video shoot, on Saturday, Nov 10, in Delhi, as part of an effort to inform the public about hydraulic fracturing, and the dangers inherent to current “fracking” gas extraction methods, which may soon be starting up in New York State...Select footage will be included the upcoming music video for the Liquid Me song, “Wrong.” The band has licensed its unreleased anti-fracking song to the Shaleshock Action Alliance environmental group, in an effort to help the organization raise the awareness, and funding, needed to fight against hydraulic fracturing in New York. Donations to the all-volunteer Shaleshock Action Alliance organization will be utilized to help protect upstate New York from exploitative drilling in the Marcellus Shale...“We’re convinced that current fracking methods are not safe, and we’re afraid that our representation does not care,” said Liquid Me singer/guitarist, Lotus.”

“Representing hard-crunching rough’n’tumble rock’n’roll at its most straight-up ballsy and exciting, this 5 song EP from an upstate New York trio totally kicks ass in no uncertain terms. The snarly vocals spit out the angry lyrics with lip-smacking in-your-face aggressive brio. The fiercely rippin’ guitars, churning basslines, and tough-as-steel steamrolling drums keep the quick tempos and barnstorming beats tearin’ along from start to finish. This is the kind of gloriously raw and gritty rock that goes right for the jugular with a savage energy and sense of go-for-it abandon that’s a complete nasty joy to hear. One hell of an immensely enjoyable and explosive roar of a winner.”

“displaying some impressive Motörhead-esque swagger; the heavy metal infused punk rock that we know and love.”

“...the more I listen, the more I like this...cool mix of Fudge Tunnel meets Murder City Devils. (B+)”

“I gotta say, not many bands in my little universe would name their influences as "Nirvana, Motorhead, Black Sabbath, Foo Fighters, and Queens of the Stone Age." Turns out, they weren't joking...this is clearly a talented bunch. I haven't heard anyone do this genre this well in a long time.”

“The EP is a nice introduction to the band. All of the tunes are very catchy and well-laid out and show the band's affinity for their grunge and classic hard rock influences. Hook up with these guys and score yourself copy today.”

“LIQUID ME And What They Have In Common With Zakk Wylde and Mos Def”

“'Liquid Me' will be available on May 6th 2011, and we highly recommend grabbing yourself a copy. Every track is solid, but our favorites to crank way the fuck up are "Fallout" and "See Thru", as both get particularly sick...”

“Guided by a steady drum beat, crunchy guitars, an infectious bass line and impassioned vocals, Liquid Me lends a twist to their unique brand of heavy rock. Although the band currently has only one song available for listening, it is enough to get you excited for more from this power trio from upstate New York.”