Although purely their own, their sound evokes images of some of rock's classics. The band recently signed with the Maryland based independent label HighVolMusic. This song has a glam metal element to it. Down almost 50% from last year and even more compared to 2017. It wasn't until I filled in on a few gigs for our friends in Kickin Valentina, that the creative energy was sparked.
Five Atlanta based musicians got together to combine all those aspects of the 'spirit' of Rock and Roll. Rock and Roll; an oft used term in music, yet seldom correctly. With High energy, raw gritty vocals, screaming guitar, funky bass and thunderous drums, they will Bully their way into your soul. Look no farther then Backseat Superstars, because these guys rock it like a high school kegger where everyone scores! From the roaring riffs of 'Hooligan Cowboy' to the crunch of 'Vegas Nights', one can hear the heart and soul these guys from Georgia put into their music. Five Atlanta based musicians got together to combine all those aspects of the 'spirit' of Rock and Roll. That being said, the band set out to write and perform songs with that tone in mind.
That being said, the band set out to write and perform songs with that tone in mind. Influenced by every musical note they have ever heard, Asphalt Valentine fused them all together: the attitude of punk, the glam of decadence, the melody of pop, the blare of hard rock, the naiveté of youth, the worn weariness of country, and the soul of the rhythm and the blues. We've taken some downtime, wrote some new material and reassessed where were at as a band. One Week Left in the 2019 Heavy Harmonies Donation Drive One week left in the annual donation drive, and we're at 42% of goal, which sadly is the lowest support since I started the annual drive in 2011. This is definitely not music for whiney little gothic poseurs, but rather straight ahead, sleazy, hard driving cock rock. There is so much more than just playing songs really loudly.
Shonka, a life long friend of vocalist Joe Flynt, specifically wanted something to accompany his latest movie about his years long journey across the entire Andes Mountains range in South America — a journey he did alone. If you can't get into these guys, check your pulse. The best part of this song is the harmonic backgrounds. Formed in 2003 out of frustration with the present music scene, Asphalt Valentine are five guys with one common goal - to play sleazy, ballsy, no frills, white-knuckled Rock and Roll in an era that is overrun with corporate induced blandness. The 4 band members are made up of a diverse background not only with their music influences but past band experiences that span over 20years.
Intense double bass drums and lyrics that make your brain shake inside your skull. Details on the new album are forth coming as well as plans for shows in the new year. Rock like this ain't happening like it should be and these dudes know how to bring it! With the bands line up solidified in the summer of 2004 and the machine set into motion, the band is poised to shake the foundations, as well as the rafters, of the cookie-cutter corporate so called Rock and Roll. Links Since we are primarily an all-original hard rock band, our 'ready to go at a moments notice' set lasts aprox. Arrogant swagger, infectious groove, unbridled sexuality, heart racing rhythm, undeniable passion, swing, sway, and soul are what separate Rock and Roll from the rest of its musical counterparts.
The sound is strong and pungent and you notice that right off. My thanks to those who have supported Heavy Harmonies this year and in previous years. By closing this banner or by continuing to use Eventbrite, you agree. If you don't like the Backseat Superstars, then you apparently need to have your ears cleaned out! Ya know as soon as I say that they spank me with a screaming guitar solo…thanks boys I love being smacked around. That being said, the band set out to write and perform songs with that tone in mind. There is a presence here that stands out from the rock you hear played on the air today by the corporate program director fascists. The ultimate goal is to make the discographies here at Heavy Harmonies as complete as possible.
The band recently signed with the Maryland based independent label HighVolMusic. Their Hard hitting in your face style of music is what we need to spark any music scene. If required, we can readily modify our set length to better fit the schedule of events for any given evening. Shonka, a life long friend of vocalist Joe Flynt, specifically wanted something to accompany his latest movie about his years long journey across the entire Andes Mountains range in South America — a journey he did alone. Completely straightforward and non-pretentious; this is the kind of kick in the ass that hard rock needs these days. The music rocks ass, but I am a sucker for mellifluousness. They came out of nowhere and won by a landslide! Details on the new album are forth coming as well as plans for shows in the New Year.
The drive will run through April 30, details. Atlanta rockers Asphalt Valentine are working on a new album to be released during the summer of 2019. . We keep this set fresh and fun for both us and our audience. He takes it right to the edge and as soon as you think he cant do much more, your skull splits with maniacal drum fills, yet another guitar solo and Joe back screaming in your ear.
This is the second week that the band has won the voting poll. Current Set Original Set List White Trash Gutter Girl Hooligan Cowboy Piece of Mine Out of My Head Over the Edge Slip Away Twisted Spoke Motorcade Love Story Unforgotten Hard Life Down to the Aces Dont' Come Easy Never Gonn'a Lose Vegas Nights Covers: Nuthin' But a Goodtime- Poison Hell on High Heels- Motley Crue We do perform several select covers; our set primarly showcases our original material. For more information please review our. Eventbrite, and certain approved third parties, use functional, analytical and tracking cookies or similar technologies to understand your event preferences and provide you with a customised experience. . .
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