Partner With EARMILK To Exclusively
Stream Dirt, Rust, Chaos: http://bit.ly/1IaQTnZ
Featured on Substream Magazine, here: http://bit.ly/1E5XIWW
Featured on MySpace, here: http://bit.ly/1GkLjhV
Featured on Under The Gun Review, here: http://bit.ly/1COUO6Q
“This Jersey quartet brings the groovy, the melodic, and the aggressive all into one…” –
“The balls-to-the-walls rock & roll band from New Jersey…” – MySpace
“[“Hey You”] mirrors indie rock superiority the likes of Arctic Monkeys or newly popular
Royal Blood, is a myriad of dirty vocal delivery mixed with sophisticated instrumental work.”
– Under The Gun Review
“The energy is there, and it’s bold, an almost familiar sound, with great guitar and drum
segments that really come together.” – Speak Into My Good Eye
“Deaf Rhino brought up the energy of the crowd with their set, full of hard-rocking
Glen Rock, NJ – May 4th, 2015 – New Jersey-based DIY rock band, Deaf Rhino, have teamed up with EARMILK to exclusively stream their new album, Dirt, Rust, Chaos, in its entirety, today, here: http://bit.ly/1IaQTnZ. Dirt, Rust, Chaos will be released on May 5th, 2015 – also known as “Cinco De Rhino.” The album, which was recorded in just five days at The Barber Shop Studios and was produced by Brett Romnes (I Am The Avalanche) and engineered by Grammy-nominated Jason Corsaro (Soundgarden, The Ramones, Danzig, Iggy Pop), features heavy, melodic yet groovy sound and offers unique tones inside classic song structures with mature and introspective lyrical content. For more information, please visit www.DeafRhino.com.
Deaf Rhino has recently been featured on the likes of Substream Magazine, Under The Gun Review, MySpace, The NOISE, and Diffuser.fm. In addition, the band has already seen nationwide radio success with songs off Dirt, Rust, Chaos, and has been featured on shows such as “Out Of The Box” with Jonathan Clarke on Q104.3 in New York, “Rodney On The Roq” on 106.7 KROQ in Los Angeles and 107.1 The Peak and WRAT in New Jersey. In addition, they have performed live for premiere radio station, Z100 in their Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge Session.
Regarding the album, Deaf Rhino states,“This album is the statement of our band journeying to find an identity and a sound that truly describes what we’re all about as a musical unit. The songs are diverse sonically but definitely carry a common thread that gives the music weight as a complete album when you play the record from beginning to end. At the end of the day we’re just a couple of friends who love each other and love playing rock and roll together, we believe that comes through in the songs.”
Through do-it-yourself booking, distribution and aggressive self-promotion, the band, which is comprised of Adam Schlett (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Bobby Weir (lead guitar, Vocals), Tommy Scerbo (Bass Guitar, Vocals), Jack “Shirtless Savage” Biamonte (drums) built their own music scene in the areas of northern New Jersey and New York. With a reputation for intense and unrelenting stage shows, the band was able to build a solid fan base which has led to multiple sold out shows at famed venues including Arlene’s Grocery, Maxwell’s Hoboken and The Bitter End. Armed with a full album, Deaf Rhino is ready to take their grassroots success to an international audience to build on their raucous and inspired live shows and loud brand of real rock and roll.
The band, which originally went by the name Easy Company, began in 2011 as collaboration between Schlett and Weir who had previously played in cover bands together but were itching to do something more. After bouncing demos back and forth, Schlett and Weir recruited Scerbo and Biamonte to help bring some of these demos to life. The resulting chemistry from that session led each member to agree to make the musical partnership a full time endeavor.
The band recorded several demos under that moniker before heading in to the studio to record a full-length album. The finished product, Dirt, Rust, Chaos, was bigger, better, louder and more direct than ever. Because the music they had produced on that album marked a significant change in their musical identity, the band decided that they had to change their name to something that would more appropriately describe the sounds they had made Hence, Deaf Rhino was born.
Deaf Rhino will release Dirt, Rust, Chaos on May 5th, 2015.
3. Don’t Believe What You Heard
4. If I Could
5. The Water
6. Hey You
7. Love Don’t Matter To Me
8. The Heights
9. The Dance Of You
10. Once In A Lifetime
May 5 The Shark 94.3 Radio Show w/ Rob Rush N/A
May 5 The Grand Victory Brooklyn, NY
May 9 Zipper’s Gettysburg, PA
May 15 Maxwell’s Tavern (Release Show) Hoboken, NJ
May 16 Shady Katie’s Somerdale, PA
May 29 Le Grande Fromage Atlantic City, NJ
Jun. 12 Mexicali Live Teaneck, NJ
Jun. 13 Glen Rock Inn Glen Rock, NJ
Jun. 23 Shame Shack Franklin Lakes, NJ
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