New York City – Infinity Shred, the NYC-based trio who recently announced the Aug. 23 release of Forever, A Fast Life, debut a video for the song “Long May You Run” via Heavy Blog Is HeavyHERE.
“”Historically, Infinity Shred music videos have been an excuse to make cheeky short films with a sci-fi bent,” explains programmer Damon Hardjowirogo. “With the art direction for our new album, Forever, A Fast Life, leaning more personal than we had been willing to in the past we thought what better time than now to finally do a performance based video that would give us a chance to show off our new lights we built for our tour with Astronoid.
Our art directors, Dean Marcial and Esther Kim decided to shoot this video entirely on a cellphone and we couldn’t be happier with the results.”
Upon last week’s news of the band’s 3DOT Recordings’ debut and “Long May You Run” song stream, MetalSucks said: “The song showcases the elements that have drawn the instrumental outfit such high praise over the past several years, combining dreamy, layered, post-rock soundscapes and retro analogue synth textures with a modern progressive metal backbone.”
Infinity Shred formed in 2012, releasing their debut full-length, Sanctuary, the following year with a sophomore release, Long Distance, arriving in the fall of 2016. Drummer Clara Warnaar joined Damon and guitar player Nathan Ritholz just prior to the release of Long Distance, making Forever, A Fast Life the first release to include input from the full trio. Clara incorporated her classical background, assembling a small orchestra to accompany the three-piece, performing on the album opener “Brutal Luxury,” interlude “Harsh Language” and “What’s Worth Hiding?”
Album pre-orders, which include an instant download of “Long May You Run,” are available now via the 3DOT webstore HERE.
Infinity Shred Tour Dates (all dates with Astronoid):
June 20 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place June 21 Lakewood, OH The Symposium June 22 Chicago, IL Reggies June 23 Pontiac, MI The Crofoot June 25 Baltimore, MD Metro Gallery June 23 Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore Philadelphia June 28 Brooklyn, NY Saint Vitus June 29 Pawtucket, RI The Met June 30 Boston, MA Great Scott
Baroness’ highly-anticipated album, Gold & Grey, is streaming now via NPRHERE.
The 17-track release which arrives this Friday is described by NPR as “…Baroness has redigested every sound of the band’s career thus far and synthesized it into something greater. Gold & Grey is the sound of a band becoming a universe unto itself.” Mojo dubbed the album “an epic beast,”Stereogum referred to it as “anthemic” and MetalSucks said the collection “perfectly encapsulates how Baroness excel at reaching shining peaks and descending into gloomy valleys.” Baroness have recently been featured on the covers of Decibel Magazine, Kerrang! and Loud!, while Revolver will debut a series of collectible covers later this month.
“This is the most clear representation of the artistic vision I have for the band that we’ve ever done,” explains singer/guitar player John Baizley. “Where Purple was me lyrically trying to work out how to adjust to a new normal, I think Gold & Grey is a more grown-up and more subtle collection of words that reflect how I am trying to deal with the longer term effects of having experienced so many terrible things. I choose to use the band as a place where I can take all of this stress, pain, anxiety, all these realities, and make them something good.”
Baroness is in the midst of a tour of Northeastern U.S. independent record stores, performing acoustically this evening at Philadelphia’s Creep Records, with a full band performance slated for Brooklyn’s Rough Trade on release date. A South American tour is slated for later this month, followed by both North American and European treks.
Baroness Tour Dates:
June 10 Philadelphia, PA Creep Records June 11 Fords, NJ Vintage Vinyl June 12 Babylon, NY Looney Tunes June 14 Brooklyn, NY Rough Trade June 15 Poughkeepsie, NY Darkside Records June 16 Boston, MA ONCE/Newbury Comics June 19 Mexico City, Mexico MX at Lunario June 21 Santiago, Chile Blondie June 22 Buenos Aires, Argentina Uniclub June 23 São Paulo, Brazil Fabrique Club July 11 Lancaster, PA The Chameleon July 12 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance July 13 Huntington, NY The Paramount July 14 Hartford, CT Webster Theatre July 16 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom July 17 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls Theatre July 19 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall July 20 Detroit, MI The Majestic July 21 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe at Old National Centre July 23 Palatine, IL Durty Nellie’s July 24 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s July 26 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room July 27 Lawrence, KS The Granada July 28 St. Louis MO The Ready Room July 30 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom July 31 Birmingham, AL Saturn August 4 Baton Rouge, LA The Varsity Theatre August 5 Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre August 6 Tampa, FL The Orpheum August 7 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room August 9 Orlando, FL Plaza Live August 10 Jacksonville, FL 1904 Music Hall August 11 Charleston, SC The Music Farm August 13 Charlotte, NC The Underground August 14 Asheville, NC The Orange Peel August 16 Richmond, VA The National August 17 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage September 23 Newcastle, UK O2 Academy September 24 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy September 26 London, UK O2 Academy Brixton September 28 Bristol, UK O2 Academy September 30 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy October 1 Manchester, UK O2 Apollo October 3 Belfast, UK Ulster Hall October 4 Dublin, IE Olympia Theatre October 6 Paris, FR L’Olympia October 7 Luxembourg, LU Rockhal October 9 Madrid, ES La Riviera October 10 Lisbon, PT Coliseum October 12 Barcelona, ES Razzmatazz October 14 Milan, IT Fabrique October 29 Warsaw, PL Torwar Arena October 31 Prague, CZ O2 Universum November 1 Berlin, DE Mercedes-Benz Arena November 3 Stuttgart, DE Schleyerhalle November 5 Zurich, CH Hallenstadion November 7 Frankfurt, DE Festhalle November 8 Munich, DE Olympiahalle November 10 Leipzig, DE Arena Leipzig November 11 Hamburg, DE Barclaycard Arena November 14 Cologne, DE Lanxess Arena November 17 Vienna, AT Stadhalle November 19 Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome November 21 Antwerp, BE Lotto Arena November 27 Helsinki, FI Hartwall Arena November 29 Stockholm, SE Tele2 Arena
Baroness received a GRAMMY® Award nomination for the song “Shock Me” (from the 2015 album, Purple) in the “Best Metal Performance” category. Purple saw worldwide praise with Pitchfork saying it features “some of the biggest, strongest songs Baroness has ever written” and Mojo proclaiming “Baroness have delivered their masterpiece.” The album received numerous year end accolades including “Shock Me” at #10 on Entertainment Weekly’s Top 40 Songs of 2015, #6 on Pitchfork’s Best Metal Albums of 2015 and #7 on Rolling Stone’s 20 Best Metal Albums of 2015. The band’s catalog of studio recordings is: Gold & Grey (2019), Purple (2015), Yellow & Green (2012), Blue Record (2009), Red Album (2007), A Grey Sigh in a Flower Husk (Split LP, 2007), Second (EP, 2004) and First (EP, 2004).
John Baizley (vocals/guitar) Gina Gleason (guitar) Nick Jost (bass) Sebastian Thomson (drums)
Los Angeles – 3Teeth share a third track from their forthcoming album, Metawar (July 5, Century Media), streaming the song “Affluenza” via Metal Injection.
“’Affluenza’ is the all-consuming epidemic of our time. It’s a socially transmitted disease that infects via the prosthetic digital nervous system when exposed to the conspicuous consumption based infotoxins emitted from Kim Kardashian’s ass.” – Alexis Mincolla
Singer Alexis Mincolla, in a recent interview with Kerrang!, discussed the NSFW clip for “Exxxit” and the concept behind the song and accompanying video, saying, “I wanted to kind of show this play off self-destruction as a form of liberation. Because I think that’s constantly what people are doing. People work Monday through Friday, 9-5, and then Friday 5 o’clock hits and we just want to get fucking obliterated.”
Metawar pre-orders, which include an immediate download of “American Landfill” and “Exxxit,” are available now HERE.
3Teeth have a busy summer ahead of them, aside from the July 5 release of Metawar, the Los Angeles-based band head to Europe, joining Ministry for a two-week trek, followed by a month of North American headlining shows (dubbed the “Metatour”).
3Teeth Tour Dates:
June 30 Berlin, Germany Huxleys July 2 Bristol, UK SWX July 3 Glasgow, UK SWG3 Studio Warehouse July 4 Birmingham, UK O2 Institute July 6 London, UK O2 Shephard’s Bush Empire July 7 Paris, France La Machine du Moulin Rouge July 9 Oberhausen, Germany Kulttempel July 10 Prague, Czech Republic Roxy July 11 Budapest, Hungary A38 July 15 Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall July 16 Denver, CO Marquis Theater July 18 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre July 19 Kansas City, MO Riot Room July 20 St. Louis, MO Fubar July 22 Minneapolis, MN Studio B @ Skyway Theatre July 23 Madison, WI High Noon Saloon July 24 Chicago, IL Reggies Rock Club July 25 Detroit, MI El Club July 26 Columbus, OH A&R Music Bar July 28 Montreal, QC Heavy Montreal July 29 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground July 31 Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall August 1 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom August 2 Philadelphia, PA Voltage Lounge August 3 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage August 4 Chapel Hill, NC Local 506 August 5 Nashville, TN Exit/In August 7 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (Hell) August 8 New Orleans, LA The Parish at House of Blues August 9 Houston, TX Scout Bar August 10 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Bar N’ Grill August 11 Austin, TX Empire Control Room August 14 Tucson, AZ 191 Toole August 15 Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge August 16 San Diego, CA Brick by Brick August 17 Los Angeles, CA Teragram Ballroom August 18 San Francisco, CA Slim’s June 30 to July 11 w/Ministry
Author & Punisher opens July 15 to August 14 GosT opens July 15 to August 5
3Teeth released their self-titled debut album in 2014, seeing the 14-track collection top the iTunes electronic charts and gaining the outfit widespread attention, both amongst music lovers and musicians, leading to the band’s opening slot on two legs of Tool’s 2016 North American tour. Once off the road, 3Teeth locked themselves in the studio, releasing their sophomore album, <shutdown.exe>, in the Spring of 2017. The album debuted at #23 on Billboard, and took the band across North America and Europe — headlining, and supporting acts such as Rammstein and Danzig.
Alexis Mincolla (vocals) Xavier Swafford (keyboards) Andrew Means (modular synth/bass) Chase Brawner (guitar) Justin Hanson (drums)
San Francisco – “S.F. stoner luminaries” (Decibel) Acid King mark the 20th anniversary of their landmark doom album,Busse Woods, with a nationwide tour that sees the pioneering trio play the 1999 album in its entirety.
“For the old fans that bought this record twenty years ago, I hope they’re excited to hear the songs all played for the first time like this,” said singer/guitar player Lori S.. “By the same token, I hope that a lot of new fans who haven’t heard it live also have a special experience. We’re going out of our way to make it special for everyone. It’s what Acid King was always meant to be.”
The tour news arrives alongside word thatRidingEasy Records will reissue the six-song release on Aug. 30. The remastered vinyl release is available in multiple colors with in-depth liner notes and never before seen photos.
Acid King “Busse Woods 20th Anniversary Tour” Dates:
September 20 Portland, OR Northwest Hesh Fest (Star Theater) September 21 Seattle, WA Highline September 23 Denver, CO Marquis Theater September 24 Omaha, NE Slowdown September 25 St. Paul, MN Turf Club September 26 Chicago, IL Reggies September 27 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop September 28 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place September 29 Boston, MA Sonia September 30 Brooklyn, NY Knitting Factory October 1 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s October 2 Richmond, VA Richmond Music Hall October 3 Raleigh, NC Kings October 4 Asheville, NC Mothlight October 5 Atlanta, GA 529 Club October 6 New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jacks October 7 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey October 9 Albuquerque, NM Sister Bar October 10 Mesa, AZ Club Red October 11 Los Angeles, CA The Satellite October 12 San Francisco, CA The Chapel
View the trailer for the “Busse Woods20th Anniversary Tour” HERE:
Tickets are on-sale this Thursday, May 23, at 10 am local time.
Busse Woods, initially released via Frank Kozik’s Man’s Ruin label, still exudes the same sense of mysticism it did upon its 1999 debut. Lori and bandmates Joey Osbourne [drums] and Brian Hill [bass] entered a practice space to write the full-length follow-up to their debut Down with the Crown but behind the scenes, the band and its members were suffering through both professional and personal tumult. The chaotic backdrop led to limited promotion for Busse Woods with some of the songs never having been played live. Over the years, new generations of fans have discovered the album, earning it a reputation as a must-have for lovers of stoner and doom. Acid King returned in 2015 with Middle of Nowhere, Center of Everywhere, an album Stereogum placed in their Top 15 Metal Albums of the year, saying the collection is “a 53-minute celebration of a band at the height of its powers.”
“Busse Woods is so potent that by the time you finish listening to opener ‘Electric Machine,’ your eyes are bloodshot.” – The Obelisk
Los Angeles – All Souls, the Los Angeles based band who released their “gritty” (New Noise) and “epic” (Revolver) self-titled debut album in 2018, have been tapped to support Tool on their upcoming U.S. tour. Watch their video for “Never Know” from their debut album HERE.
Meg Castellanos (bass/vocals) said of All Souls being offered the coveted slot: “When one of the most epic bands in the history of music asks you to tour with them what do you say? We couldn’t be more thrilled. We are incredibly honored to be chosen… our heads are still spinning!”
The live pairing isn’t the first time the All Souls’ band members have crossed paths with Tool, having had Tool drummer Danny Carey play on the track “Sadist/Servant,” which appeared on All Soul’s nine-song album.
All Souls/Tool Tour Dates:
May 7 Birmingham, AL Legacy Arena at the BCC May 8 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center May 10 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum May 13 St. Louis, MO Enterprise Center May 14 Kansas City, MO Spring Center May 16 Lincoln, NE Pinnacle Bank Arena May 17 Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
All Souls Is:
Antonio Aguilar (vocals/guitar) Meg Castellanos (bass/vocals) Erik Trammell (guitar) Tony Tornay (drums)
PHOENIX — With Our Arms To The Sun, the Phoenix-based band whose 2017 album, Orenda, was included on Loudwire’s 25 Best Metal Albums of that year, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the band’s fifth album, The Mogollon Monster.
“This album is a perfect representation of our creative journey so far,” says singer/guitar player Josh Breckenridge. “Our hope that our genuine love for making music and art will rally our fans to come together to help us spread the word about the new album and the Kickstarter campaign.”
Free Download of New Song, “Rebirth,” Available Now
With Our Arms To The Sun is also giving fans a preview of what’s to come on The Mogollon Monster, offering a free download of new song “Rebirth” via their website.
The Kickstarter campaign features a collection of collectible and rare items including an original oil painting from Chet Zar, a Schecter guitar, various versions of the Zar-created album artwork and music and merchandise bundles.
PHOENIX — Holy Fawn, the Phoenix-based band who describe themselves as “four creatures making loud heavy pretty noises, release a video for “Dark Stone” as the band’s buzzed about under-the-radar album, Death Spells, gets a proper release via Triple Crown Records (home to Caspian and Covet).
“This record came out of nowhere and absolutely knocked me on my ass. I knew nothing of it, had zero idea what to expect and literally had goosebumps for a majority of my first listen.” – Riley Breckenridge (Thrice)
Death Spells initially received a DIY, regional release in 2018, with the band’s friend putting out the 10-song album via his label, Whelmed Records. Word about the young band began to grow out of the Southwest with fans and friends sharing the songs and “Drag Me Into The Woods” video via social media, eventually tipping off a handful of in-the-know writers and musicians.
Stereogum proclaimed it as one of the “Top 50 Records of 2018,” New Noisedubbed it a “sonic adventure,” and Heavy Blog Is Heavy/Arctic Drones’ writer David Zeidler saying, “a little-known indie band from Arizona being touted as the next big thing by respected musicians isn’t something I’m likely to gloss over lightly… I was sufficiently impressed, but it wasn’t until the band released the first single from Death Spells, ‘Arrows’… that I fully realized how exciting and potentially important this band could be.” Thrice’s Riley Breckenridge said he “literally had goosebumps for a majority of my first listen” and Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe offered, “listening from top-to-bottom will take you on a trance-inducing journey.”
“The album is beautiful, heavy, & hypnotizing- listening from top to bottom will take you on a trance-inducing journey” – Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)
Holy Fawn kicks off a western U.S. tour this evening at Club Congress in Tucson. Dates are:
March 28 Tucson, AZ Club Congress March 29 Tempe, AZ Yucca Tap Room March 30 San Diego, CA Space March 31 Los Angeles, CA The Echo April 3 San Jose, CA Ritz April 4 Oakland, CA Elbo Room April 5 Eugene, OR HiFi Music Hall April 6 Portland, OR High Water April 7 Seattle, WA Vera Project April 9 Salt Lake City, UT Diabolical Records April 10 Las Vegas, NV Shawteau
Oregon – YOB, who kick off a new round of North American tour dates on Tuesday, share a recently taped Amoeba Green Room session. The session was filmed during the band’s previous national tour and features the songs “The Lie That is Sin,” “Breathing from the Shallows,” and “Our Raw Heart,” the title track from the band’s critically-acclaimed 2018 album. View the session HERE.
Born in Berkeley, CA in 1990, Amoeba Music Hollywood is the world’s largest independent record store. Nestled deep inside Amoeba Hollywood is its Green Room, home for each of its visiting artists and an intimate performance space. Amoeba’s Green Room Sessions have featured stripped down, acoustic performances by Julien Baker, First Aid Kit, and Father John Misty, as well as full-throttle, powerhouse electric sets from Youth Code, U.S. Girls, and The Heavy.
Our Raw Heart surfaced on a wide range of best of 2018 lists, nabbing the #1 spot in Decibel Magazine’s extensive year-end issue, as well as receiving nods from NPR, Rolling Stone, ArtForum, Mashable, New York Magazine’s Vulture, Noisey, Treble and more.
Consequence of Sound’s Heavy Consequence said of the album that they placed at the top of their 2018 countdown: “Our Raw Heart… possesses a serene almost uplifting quality,” while PopMatters, who also placed the release at the top of their Best Metal of 2018 list, said “… true art… offers us an insight into the most frightening of human emotions. Our Raw Heart acts as a portal to another’s pain…”
“YOB‘s eighth album, Our Raw Heart, is a riveting document of Scheidt‘s year,” said Rolling Stone in an online feature. “A gauntlet of sickness and health, clarity and confusion, the record wrestles with mortality and ultimately perseveres.”Decibel Magazine, in their July cover story said “one of the byproducts” of Scheidt’sillness “is a brilliant new album that takes the YOB blueprint of punishingly heavy, delightfully angular doom/sludge into unexplored areas of heart-breaking melody and triumphant resolve.” The album has won accolades from the Associated Press (“Yob… swing effortlessly between menacing distortion and hushed reverie”), NPR (“…the group’s sprawling gravity and thunderous majesty have taken an introspective turn…”), Pitchfork (“…metal that sounds sensuous, bellicose, and jubilant all at once”).
North American Tour
Tickets, as well as exclusive ticket and merch bundles, are on-sale now. The bundles, which can be found via YOB‘s website, include an entry ticket, an exclusive t-shirt as well as the option of vinyl or CD versions of Our Raw Heart.
YOB Tour Dates:
(All dates with Voivod and Amenra except where noted)
March 26 Minneapolis, MN Fine Line March 27 Chicago, IL Thalia Hall March 28 Columbus, OH Ace of Cups SOLD OUT March 29 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop March 30 Toronto, ON Phoenix March 31 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom April 2 Portland, ME Geno’s SOLD OUT April 3 Boston, MA Royale April 4 Brooklyn, NY Warsaw April 5 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer April 6 Richmond, VA Broadberry April 7 Raleigh, NC Kings April 9 Knoxville, TN Concourse April 10 Atlanta, GA Masquerade (Hell) April 11 New Orleans, LA One Eyed Jack’s April 12 Houston, TX Warehouse April 13 Austin, TX Barracuda April 14 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey April 16 Denver, CO Marquis Theater * April 18 Phoenix, AZ Club Red + April 19 San Diego, CA Brick by Brick + SOLD OUT
* – No Voivod + – YOB only
Travis Foster (drums) Aaron Rieseberg (bass) Mike Scheidt (vocals/guitar)
Spotlights premiere new song, “The Particle Noise,” via Kerrang! magazine. The song is from the band’s forthcoming album, Love & Decay (April 26, Ipecac Recordings). Listen via Kerrang!HERE.
Guitar player/singer Mario Quintero talks about the meaning behind the track, “’The Particle Noise’ is a multi-dimensional song. Mainly being a love story about the beginning of the universe. A moment so intense that it encapsulates what it means to exist. This all being a metaphor for this person’s infatuation with another, so strong it tears them to pieces and reforms them over and over.”
About the record, Mario continues “It’s intangible, It’s intense. It’s beautiful. There’s an impending darkness underneath everything and a sense of unease, but it’s also honest and vulnerable. It’s just really important to us. Regardless of why anyone might react, that’s why we do it.”
Mario handled the production work on the eight-song album, which was recorded in he and bass player/singer Sarah Quintero’s basement. Love & Decay also finds the band officially grow to a trio, with touring drummer Chris Enriquez becoming a full-time member.
The physical version of Love & Decay features a bonus track: “Sleepwalker.” Album pre-orders including a mauve-colored 2LP set, are available now with digital pre-orders including an instant download of “The Particle Noise” and the previously released song, “The Age of Decay”. Pre-order Love & DecayHERE.
Praise For Seismic:
“Seismic is also imbued with an almost celestial warmth. After all, if you’re going to shoegaze, why not do so from way up in the stars.” – RECORD COLLECTOR
“Seismic…both sharpens up the guitar and intensifies the somnambulist sheen…they are at their best when strands of guitar and synthesizer tangle and weave, producing something akin to a lullaby, albeit one that’s far from sleep-inducing…it is nimble and concise, thoughtful and focused – a sideways take on the genre and a refreshing change from the downbeat onslaught of their nearest contemporaries.” – THE WIRE
“With vast soundscapes under heavy skies and tinged with a noir 80s nuance that elevates Spotlights‘ stylishly forward-thinking atmospheric bludgeon.” – METAL HAMMER
“… the Quinteros make some truly huge-sounding music, much of it crushing. There’s an ethereality and grace about it, however, which makes the ambitious expanse of Seismic consistently interesting throughout its hour-plus runtime.” – TREBLE ZINE
“They avoid many of the common pitfalls associated with some shoegaze or sludge artists in that the album never feels like it drags. Sometimes doomy, sometimes romantic, it’s as heavy as it is beautiful.” – GHETTOBLASTER
Spotlights‘ story happens void of spectacle, show, or tableau. However, in this day and age, that might be why their story feels so serendipitous and strange, if not utterly surprising. This story also instantly appealed to some rather influential peers who lent an early endorsement. Two musicians – a husband-and-wife duo, Mario [guitar, synths, vocals] and Sarah [bass, guitar, vocals] – simply pick up their instruments and mainline dense distortion, spacey soundscapes, and unnervingly serene vocal transmissions directly from the heart. This unpredictable, yet unassuming sound quietly heralded their arrival in 2016 on the DIY debut album, Tidals.
Brooklyn Vegan stumbled upon the project and streamed “Walls.” The song eventually entranced musician and producer Aaron Harris (ISIS/Palms) who shared it with Palms’ singer, and Deftones frontman, Chino Moreno. An invite to open the Deftones summer tour soon followed and kickstarted an envious touring resume, with the band having been picked to open for the Melvins, Quicksand, Hum, Glassjaw, Pelican and Pallbearer. Ipecac Recordings co-founders Mike Patton and Greg Werckman fell under the band’s spell and signed them. Spotlights’ Ipecac Recordings’ debut, Seismic, arrived in in the Autumn of 2017. During the following months, Spotlights also recorded an Audiotree session and released the Hanging By Faith EP.
Mario Quintero – Guitar/singer Sarah Quintero – Bass/singer Chris Enriquez – Drums