Calling out to an age of classic rock where heavy, fractured guitars and snarling vocals rallied like war-torn battle cries, Heavy AmericA speaks to the more primal side of rock, capturing the energy and sounds of bands like Guns ‘n’ Roses, AC/DC and Queens of the Stone Age.
Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the core Heavy AmericA sound finds its influence in a diverse blend of rock idioms, from the expertly performed progressive rock circles to the edgy and incisive sounds of alternate rock rebellion. Blend in a pinch of stoner rock, and the listener has transcended the run of the mill, stagnant musical forms that occupy a good deal of the digital music we hear today.
Yet, Heavy AmericA manages to defy the conveniences of category, presenting an arsenal of sounds and moods while unlocking a natural ability to employ a fiery insurgency across the seemingly endless styles the band works within.
Heavy AmericA is: Michael T. Seguin, lead vocal & guitar , Dan Fried, drums & vocals and Budd Lapham, bass & vocals.
Offering glimmers at heartier heavy metal that are swept aside by a more pronounced, melodic edge.
Heavy AmericA’s new track ‘Motor Honey (Peace)’ is a bellowing, rumbling, pedal to the metal anthem.
“Calling out to an age of classic rock where heavy, fractured guitars and snarling vocals rallied like
war-torn battle cries, “Motor Honey (Peace)” is a bellowing, rumbling, pedal to the metal anthem.”
– Broken 8 Records