Await Rescue

Await Rescue

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Await Rescue will remind you what a good Rock band sounds like: think Foo Fighters meets Every Time I Die with some Thrice sprinkled in just because. The boys are music industry vets that take nothing for granted and know how rarely genuine opportunities come around. Ready to work. Ready to Rock.

Biography

Await Rescue, as a whole, can be summed up in a few short words: Rock, Boston, fighter jets, four piece, independent, wheelies, and powerful. They aren’t just a band, they are a demolition crew that thoroughly enjoys playing loud, aggressive music.

More precisely, Await Rescue is a four-piece, independent Rock band hailing from Boston. And not “independent” as in the catch-all music genre; it simply means that the band does everything in-house, while making the loud Rock music that they want to hear. Await Rescue’s rock
quest began in 2006, and their path has been guided by bands such as Foo Fighters, Incubus, A Perfect Circle, Deftones, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Mars Volta, Soundgarden, Uncle Ted Nugent (clarification: his guitar playing, not his insane beliefs), and all of the countless other forefathers of Rock n’ Roll that need not be repeated.

To date Await Rescue has released three albums, toured the East Coast, sold out shows at The Middle East Nightclub and The Magic Room, been voted into the Top 5 on the WZLX Boston Emissions’ Chart for four consecutive weeks, and had their songs “Fool My Eyes” and “Clipped Wings” featured in multiple episodes of the TV show “NY Ink.” And most importantly, they have had way too much fun doing it all.

The band is currently working on new music that sounds like Await Rescue while not sounding too much like old Await Rescue. There are some slower songs in works in addition to some of the heaviest music they have ever written. One song is sure to incite at least one individual in this great big, crazy world to ride a motorcycle into one of their shows and proceed to do doughnuts while putting on a smoke show in the middle of the crowd (the members of the band say their prayers every night for this exact occurrence to take place). If the aforementioned song is not the song to get this done, then Await Rescue will never write a song badass enough to accomplish this feat and the boys will have to go and ask for their Harley Davidson deposits back.

However, Await Rescue truly feels like there shouldn’t even be one of these written at this point. They know they have so much ahead and so many goals to achieve that this is only guaranteed to get better and more interesting. This is kind of like a band releasing a greatest hits album after only two records. And by no means is that said in a pompous way, it is just that the boys are confident that they are going to make this story more interesting.

They have work to do… and a long way to go… and many ideas to be finished… and countless shows left to play… and many new states to see… and many new fans to introduce themselves to… so keep checking back.

Await Rescue is excited for the future of AR and hope to make you feel the same way…

Discography

Hold The Ground (2011)