If you like your rock music to be played by a traditional power trio, with echoes of The Groundhogs, Nirvana and Cream, then One Thousand Tons are for you. Various influences collide on the bands second EP, which features four new, original compositions.
Recorded at Old Town Studios by Del Vargas, with help from Luke Gibson and also mastered in Hastings, these are powerful recordings, perfectly suited to being turned up to 11.
The band are all very experienced players and that shines through on every track, with all three members bringing their own styles to the recordings.
From the opening track ‘In My Soul’ right through to ‘Deny Deny’, this is a very satisfying listen, especially for an old rocker like myself.
If you’ve ever seen One Thousand Tons live, you’ll know what to expect and you’ll not leave disappointed. If you’ve not seen them, I suggest that you do.
One Thousand Tons have recently parted ways with bass player Dan Price, but rumours abound of a very suitable replacement, guaranteed to keep the faithful happy.
Watch this space, as the band are due to return to the gig scene shortly, where you’ll be able to pick up your own copy of EP2.
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