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"Good Things To Come"

“Avenue F brings forth a three-song demo that should get some praise in the hard rock and metal world. There probably isn’t any group that has the sound of this band, but you can hear things somewhat similar to Helmet, Staind, Tool even a 90’s alternative sound. The combination they use makes their sound appealing and kind of unique. Avenue F can create catchy hard rock with an edge, or a mellow alternative rock sound to chill to. I can see good things ahead for these guys. These guys can rock, and musically they can do a lot. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear these guys on the radio all over the U.S. eventually”. – MetalFanatix.com - Metal Fanatix

"Fun Rock"

“Man, I'm really digging this demo. I'll tell you what is really cool about it. The demo is just back to basics. It’s good, clean rock & roll. It's fun man, like it used to be. I'm not hearing a ton of guitar overkill, over the top screams or rough vocals, no rapping, and no bullshit. Just good music like it should be”. – Eric, MaximumMetal.com - Maximum Metal

"Avenue F Is Here"

“If Anthrax is blasting their new tunes from the Cadillac rock box, then this New Jersey band is standing on the corner of Avenue F, playing you their brand of street smart rock and roll. Avenue F have released their new demo, an untitled three track EP of great modern rock, not really serving up anything heavy duty, but keeping the music on a magic carpet ride of rock riffs sure to entertain hard music folks this day and age. Actually several key ingredients, the most important being a solid rock attitude, a winning game face that just wants to rock for rock's sake and in rock they do trust, showing off the ability to combine classic elements with today's soundtrack. For those of you, who are tired of the retro bands like Jet and White Stripes, check out Avenue F. On the other side of the tracks, if you are a mean metal head looking for a change of pace, hitch a ride down a different Avenue F and give these three songs a spin. It might be a much needed change in direction”. – Eric, MaximumMetal.com. - Maximum Metal

"On Their Way!"

“The band plays professional and serious rock music with the opening song Suffer Unto Me being the most intense. The following two songs continue the competent delivery, but are slower in nature. The band is styled after the likes of Pearl Jam and Creed and is geared towards that market. Let us wish them good luck because their three songs are substantive”. Anna Tergel, Metallian.com - Metallian


We are getting steady airplay on WSIA, 88.9 Staten Island, NY. They spin; Suffer Unto Me, I Don't Need You, Hit That Shit and Three Times Over. We get great support from that station and their listeners. We were also featured on garageband.com as the modern track of the day for "Suffer Unto Me". We've also gotten great reviews from them as well. Avenue F has also been reviewed on metallian.com, maximmumetal.com and a few other sites, all extremely positive reviews. The band has also been featured in the Homegrown Spotlight on WDHA 105.5 New Jersey.

Tales From The Garage
Social Outcast
Sucks 2 B U
Thr33 Times Over
I Got You
Save Yourself
I Don't Need You

Avenue F S/T Full Length CD
10 Tracks

Avenue F EP S/T
1. Suffer Unto Me
2. Thin Ice
3. I Don't Need You



Avenue F is a four-piece band from Bayonne, New Jersey. Our influences range from classic rock, pop, metal, r&b and modern rock. No two songs of ours sound alike and our music is written honestly with no intent than other to inspire. And that's hard to find. it's just hard driving rock with some fun thrown in.