Thursday, June 14, 2012

Don't miss this - Brothers Volume 1

On July 4th Brothers will release on digital/vinyl thier debut full length Volume 1, if your reading this and act quickly John Varvatos is giving away a special pre-release download in exchange for an addy. 10 harmony-soaked, classic rock and roll, country, bluesy, groovey, gospelly, boot-stompin, hand-clappin, soul-saving, whiskey-guzzlin tracks about the rocky road to redemption and the dirty pitstops along the way.

"Though not all members of Brothers are actually related, the Brooklyn-based band is nonetheless carrying on a rock ‘n’ roll fraternal tradition. Old school rockers who look like Motorhead and sound like The Allman Brothers riding motorcycles, these guys basks in their hard edge sound, stylized with leather, cigarettes, tattoos and fishnet-clad ladies nearby." -Devon Antonetti, The Deli

"The first thing that’s awesome about Brothers is immediately evident when you see them live — they wear matching leather jackets with a growling tiger emblazoned across the back, reading “BROTHERS NEW YORK CITY.” Appearances aren’t everything, but this band lives up to their badass first impression the moment they start singing. A brand of stomp-heavy, scuzzy, rough and tumble southern rock that there should always be more of, Brothers have no holds barred as they clap and growl their way through their first single, “Real Long Way To Go.” The vocals are none too polished, but isn’t that kind of the point? This is seriously loud, whiskey-soaked, blues-laden rock ‘n’ roll, and I couldn’t be happier about it." - Indie Shuffle
"Brothers play Rock'n'Roll drenched in southern twang (and probably also Jack Daniels). The band is currently putting the final touches on their debut full length, but if you are in the mood for an unpretentious and in your face rock party, don't wait any longer and check them out live" - The Deli Mag
"A splendid soul-stomping garage-door denting four-piece" - Hamish Robertson, The Delta Brilliant,

"These guys sound exceptionally handsome" - Josh Eells, Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone

"They call them Brothers. They're modern savages. Real sonic searchers. What're they searching for? The ride! The ultimate ride." - David Swanson, Deputy Editor, MAXIM

Billy Sorrentino (lead vocals, guitar)
Damon Boelte (lead guitar, vocals)
Dylan Boelte (bass, vocals)
Mike O’Rourke (drums)
Blaine O'Brien (vocals, harp, percussion)
Drew Blood (keyboards, vocals)

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