Late for the Sky
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Late for the Sky


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"LS is on the Verge!"

"Late for the Sky is on the verge of breaking out nationally. They are one of my favorite rock acts and have great songs, HUGE stage presence and that ever so needed twisted drive that will propel them to the top! Don't be late hopping on this band's music!"

--Dan Hartwell
CEO of 3D Entertainment
Founder of Locobazooka/Loco-Fest concert franchise. - 3D Entertainment

"Platinum Producer's take on LS:"

Late for the Sky plays the kind of ballsy rock that's getting scarce in today's overly predictable hard rock climate.
Classic but heavy riffage with great lyrics, world class guitar shredding & a seasoned tight rhythm section.
Crank this up!

Anthony J. Resta
Multi-Platinum Producer
Credits include: Collective Soul, Megadeth, Satellite Party, Elton John, Duran Duran & many more. - Anthony J. Resta

"In Plain Sight Review"

For Audioslave, King's X, or Buck Cherry fans alike, Boston's Late for the Sky are most certainly a band not to be overlooked. With a vocal style of Chris Cornell channeled into something much more aggressive, the band possess a far more than adequate songwriting knack. Give this allbum a spin! I was pleasantly surprised by the audio/mix quality of CD considering most indie band budget restraints. Job well done! File 'In Plain Sight' under Punch you in the gut, raw hard rock.

Former WBCN DJ
Pure Rock Fury Promotions - Deek

"National Booking Agency Approves!"

"This is a great product and I know I can sell it" [referring to the LS live set] "Even in today's slow touring market I can place Late for the Sky with several national acts without an issue".
“I already have acts that have requested them as support when their tours come through Boston”.

Alex Ross
National Booking Agent
Supreme Entertainment
- Supreme Entertainment


In Plain Sight - Pseudo Records (2006)
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'200 shows a year, every year' is how singer D2e (pronounced Double E) used to respond when asked by friends and family the conventional question "What have you been up to?" Late for the Sky is a reinvention of sorts, of the former DIY act 'RUMBLE Syndicate'. RUMBLE Syndicate was a touring staple on the east coast for many years before disbanding in 2002.
D2e elaborates: "We all rented a run-down house right in the city. We would rehearse in the basement during the week and tour on weekends. When we were back home to play locally we would have huge after parties at the band house. Our landlord was a drug dealer who was apparently under investigation. One night our house was raided by State Police the night before we were leaving for four days to do dates in New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania. We came home with no place to live AND no jam room!" With their rigid self-imposed touring schedule, futile label showcases, botched management deals and increasing legal fees, the implosion of the band RUMBLE Syndicate was eminent. In 2004 D2e was in pre-preproduction for a 3 song demo and recruited former bandmate Skunk to track guitars. After a few sessions the 2 began a songwriting stint that lasted 6 months. Wes Sanford, a former Mike Mangini (Steve Vai, Extreme) drum protegé was added to the fold shortly after. Estranged Bass player Gutterboy completed the lineup in 2005.
'The primary goal of this band is to take everything we learned from touring and pair it with great radio-worthy songwriting' elaborates D2e; 'Songs that translate to radio and an album that holds it's own through every track. The energy and live element were very important to us going in.'
The band wrote and rehearsed for a year then road tested the material for a few months before going in to record the new album. Very uncharacteristic of their typical 'record in between tour dates' approach of the past.
Entering the studio with acclaimed producer Anthony J. Resta, (Collective Soul, Duran Duran, Megadeth, Nuno, Satellite Party) the album was completed in October of 2006.
The result is an 11 song appeasement for Rock music fans in general. Some elements harken back to Van Halen, Ozzy or even U2, while industry insiders granted advance listens have drawn parallels to contemporary oufits such as Staind and Audioslave.
A music video was shot in November 2006 for the lead-off single "Letting Go". Directed by Paul Concemi (Seether, Killswitch Engage, Ben Folds Five, Gnarls Barkley) the video was shot in a box factory in Marlboro, MA. The shoot features cutaway vignettes of employees working on the actual machines for the concept footage. Look for the video on the bands official website as well as many other video hosting sights.
The band is currently booked by Boston, MA. based Beossin Booking and seeking management. See or for all tour dates.