So, gave Rumblefish guitarist Jason DeCosta a ring today to talk about a couple things. First thing learned was that the band's show this upcoming Saturday (01/11) at the Roxy in L.A. is officially sold out...standing room only. Well done.
some current notes of interest from the this week:
36 Crazyfists - back home fresh from the European Road Rage tour. Word has it they will be writing for their next release...currently looking to hit the studio come spring.
For the second time since their self induced hiding during the recording of their upcoming debut release, Rumblefish will be playing live. Once again, the show will be held at the Roxy - 9009 Sunset Blvd, 310.278.9457 - out in Los Angeles.
Remember when we wrote 'more to come' on the interview front for Rumblefish??? Well, the rest of that interview was about as fresh as a Foghat concert…SO, we have decided to do another (hence the bit of lapse in time). And, upon speaking with guitarist J
Somewhere in the tarpits of San Jose, Rumblefish is getting ready for their first live outing since completing the recording of their debut, Exit Highland.
note: all of the above is true, ceptin' for the "tarpits of San Jose"
Welcome Rumblefish back to the stage...come Friday, November 29th, Rumblefish will be making their first live appearance in...well, months. This will be their first show since finishing up the recording of their Roadrunner debut (due out early 2003
Possum, Jason DeCosta, Mike Ryan, Dungis - collectively known as Rumblefish, they have completed tracking for their debut release. Out in L.A., Mudrock (Godsmack, Anyone, Chimaira, Trik Turner, 3rd Strike) headed the sessions.
In fact, if you
welcome to the quickest rundown in the music business... Double Drive - been a while since we made mention of this Atlanta based act. Well, they are hitting the studio come July 8th to record their Roadrunner debut. Where? Atl
some current notes of interest from the studio this week, and there are quite a bit:
Deicide - no recording update per say, just a bit of info: Our controller, Neil (he has been making quite a name for himself on the Roadrunner website la