Recovery Room / Press

“Recovery Room has been together for only a little more than a year, but plays with the certainty of a band much older. Their sound often feels veiled in darkness, drawing from the likes of Deftones and HIM. Some might be afraid to walk that line, but Recovery Room does so with enough grace and skill to stand out among Houston's bustling music scene.”

“Opening the show was a local band I had never heard of, but really want to know more about now. The band was called Recovery Room and just blew me away. An odd mixture I’d call Lounge-Rock music, if forced to name the sound. Drummer/vocalist Joey Gaskill’s vocals are filled with soul, while the band brings an edge to the sound. Bassist Steven Sheffield uses fuzz on his bass, but manages to fit the mood without turning into thrash. Guitarist Trent Moss and keyboardist/vocalist, Matthew Buehrer, fill out the rest of the sound nicely. It was really impressive to watch. Everyone by the stage stopped their talking and just listened for most of the set. That is a sign of a good band, especially one in the opening slot. Sadly, they only got about a half-dozen songs in, but they definitely made it on my list of “must see” bands for the near future. I recommend you dropping their name on your list as well. You’re most welcome.”

“See Recovery Room live, and you will know why they won best new band of 2012.”

A.D. - 94.5 The Buzz

“Recovery room entertaining a full crowd!”

“Best New Band 2012”

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