Wednesday, March 22, 2017

ADRENALINE MOB Announce New Album 'We The People'

New York based Hard Rock veterans ADRENALINE MOB have announced their upcoming third studio album, We The People, which will be released June 2nd on Century Media. The new record is the follow up to 2014's 'Men of Honor' and will be the first to feature new drummer Jordan Cannata, as well as new bassist David Zablidowsky (of Trans Siberian Orchestra). Earlier this month, the band announced the addition of Cannata by sharing a video of the drummer exhibiting his phenomenal talent and swagger behind the kit, which can be viewed via the link below.

We The People will be available for purchase as a Special Edition CD Digipak, Gatefold 2LP+CD, and on all standard digital and streaming music platforms.

LP Bonus Tracks (featuring cover songs from 'Dearly Departed' never before released on vinyl)
  • Devil Went Down To Georgia
  • Snortin' Whiskey
  • Tie Your Mother Down

In addition to the release of We The People, ADRENALINE MOB will soon announce a World Tour which will commence in June; coinciding with the release of the album.
Adrenaline Mob - 'We The People' (Tracklist)

1. King Of The Ring
2. We The People
3. The Killer's Inside
4. Bleeding Hands
5. Chasing Dragons
6. Til The Head Explodes
7. What You're Made Of
8. Raise 'Em Up
9. Ignorance & Greed
10. Blind Leading The Blind
11. Violent State Of Mind
12. Lords Of Thunder
13. Rebel Yell
As the title, We the People, indicates there’s a political side to Adrenaline Mob. Throughout their years as a musicians and songwriters, they hadn’t stayed silent on matters significant. Whether they were masked in metaphor or flatly conspicuous, they’ve always poured their feelings into song. It was, as Orlando puts it, a form of catharsis. So, as they were watching the presidential campaigns, feeling the negativity—the constant bickering and finger pointing—they knew Adrenaline Mob’s next venture would be impacted. In fact, the first song Orlando began writing for We the People was the politically-charged rocker ‘Blind Leading the Blind’. “The title track is very much inspired by the past election year,” confirms Allen. “It touches on our society, here in America. The album title is a reflection of our times. The songs have certain particular stories that stand on their own. Many of them are also driven by the climate we live in today & some are about having a good time, being free & loving rock n roll. All the tracks have a personality and character to them.”
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Mom's Kitchen w/ The Provels
Friday, April 14th
Doors 7pm  Show 8pm
$10 Cover  18+ Only

Mom's Kitchen is the nation’s premier Widespread Panic tribute band. Formed in the winter of 2010 in St. Louis, MO the band built up their reputation early and often. Keeping true to Widespread Panic as much as possible they try to portray each song the way it was intended all the while exploring the vast amounts of space inside each melody to put their own mark on that signature sound. Night after night their set lists are never the same; it is truly an experience that can't be explained.

4 Hands Presents: City Wide Sounds
Featuring: Brother Lee & the Leather Jackals | Old Souls Revival | TBA
Thursday, April 27th
Doors 7pm  Show 8pm
$5 Cover  All Ages
ORH & 4 Hands present City Wide Sounds, a monthly showcase of STL's great music & delicious beer! se_stl

Tune in on Facebook Live to Watch Sold-Out Roland/BOSS Andy Summers Event at the GRAMMY Museum® on Thursday, March 23

Special event, presented by Roland and BOSS, marks the debut of new album Triboluminescence by legendary guitarist from The Police

Los Angeles, CA, March 22, 2017 — Tickets for legendary multi-GRAMMY® Award-winning guitarist Andy Summers performing live at the GRAMMY Museum® on Thursday, March 23, 2017, are officially sold out, but fans around the world can be part of the evening by tuning in to the Roland/BOSS Facebook Live stream here: The event, presented by Roland and BOSS, will feature an intimate solo performance, conversation, and multimedia presentation by the legendary guitarist from The Police, who is also an award-winning songwriter, composer, and noted photographer.
GRAMMY Foundation Vice President Scott Goldman will host a conversation with Summers and the audience about Summers’ illustrious career and new album, Triboluminescence (set for release by Flickering Shadow Productions on March 24). Summers will perform selections from the new album in addition to a presentation of original photography by Summers, who will also provide a live, improvised solo guitar “soundtrack” that will accompany the presentation. Viewers of the Facebook Live stream will be able to contribute their questions as part of the comment section.
Triboluminescence is Summers’ 14th solo album, and is a collection of nine new tracks reflecting the style that he has evocatively dubbed “New Exotic.” It reflects Summers’ penchant for endless layers, rich tone, sound loops, and his love of jazz. The tracks showcase his abilities not only as a guitarist, but as a drummer and percussionist as well.
Summers, who was recently presented with the Roland and BOSS Lifetime Achievement award, reflected on the gear he used to record his new album and some that will shape his sound during his upcoming performance, noting, “Most of the drum tracks [on the new album] are on the Roland TD-20 drum kit. The beauty of it is that you can try different snare drums, different kits, you can move around, you can sort of mix it up.” For the guitar sounds, he shared, “On ‘Elephant Bird,’ we used the distortion in the Roland VG-99. It’s just a superb lead guitar sound, and I’ve used it for quite a while now. We just never seem to be able to beat it; it’s a very nice, slight overdrive sustain; it’s got elegance to it. The first track, ‘If Anything,’ for instance, has got this soaring guitar like a soprano singer. Whenever I want to play that kind of liquid lead style, that’s the sound I almost always go for.” A longtime BOSS pedal user, he says, “I used a classic one from the ‘80s called VB-2 [Vibrato], a CS-1 Compressor Sustainer, and I have the new Waza Craft CE-2W Chorus.”
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Photo Credit: Mo Summers
About Andy Summers
Multi GRAMMY® Award-winning artist ANDY SUMMERS rose to fame in the late 1970s and early 1980s as the guitarist of the legendary award-winning, multi-million-selling rock band The Police, recognized as the most successful and critically acclaimed group of the era. SUMMERS’ innovative guitar sound was a key element of the band’s popularity, creating a new paradigm for guitarists that has been widely imitated in the decades since.
Not one to ever rest on his laurels, SUMMERS launched a prolific solo career that continues to this day, positioning him on the cutting edge of musical innovation – all the while following his passion for music as he keeps diligently busy writing, touring and recording in the studio.  
His awards and honors include induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Guitar Player Hall of Fame, multiple GRAMMY® Awards, the Prog Guiding Light award in 2016, the Roland & BOSS Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017, the Key to New York City, an honorary doctorate from Bournemouth University, the Chevalier De L’Ordre Des Arts et Des Lettres by the government of France, and dozens of other accolades. For more information, visit
About Roland Corporation
Roland Corporation is a leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments, including keyboards and synthesizers, guitar products, electronic percussion, digital recording equipment, amplifiers, audio processors, and multimedia products. With more than 40 years of musical instrument development, Roland sets the standard in music technology for the world to follow. For more information, visit or see your local Roland dealer.
About The GRAMMY Museum®
The GRAMMY Museum is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created as a partnership between The Recording Academy and AEG. Paying tribute to music's rich cultural history, the 21st century Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the creative process, the art and technology of the recording process, and the history of the GRAMMY Awards, the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music. The GRAMMY Museum features 30,000 square feet of interactive permanent and traveling exhibits, with four floors of dynamic and engaging multimedia presentations, and is located within L.A. LIVE, the downtown Los Angeles sports, entertainment and residential district. Through thought-provoking and dynamic public and educational programs and exhibits, guests will experience music from a never-before-seen insider perspective that only the GRAMMY Museum can deliver. In addition to its Los Angeles location, the Museum opened its first GRAMMY Museum outside of Los Angeles in Cleveland, Miss., in March 2016. Also in 2016, the Museum opened the GRAMMY Museum Gallery® at Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. In January 2017 the Museum announced its plans to open the first international GRAMMY Museum in Sanya, China, within the next three years. Later this year the Museum will debut the GRAMMY Museum Experience™ Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.  For more information, please call 213-765-6800 or visit . For breaking news and exclusive content, follow @TheGRAMMYMuseum on Twitter and Instagram, and like "The GRAMMY Museum" on Facebook.