Mass Assembly
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Mass Assembly

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | INDIE

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | INDIE
Band Rock Punk


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"Mass Assembly- Self-Titled EP gets 8.2 out of 10"

Some of the bands that Mass Assembly list as their musical influences include, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin and The Clash. I would say that the band’s music has a sound that is very comparable to each of those bands depending on which particular song of theirs you’re listening to at that time.

At first listen the band’s song lyrics may seem very dark and pessimistic in nature but if you’re willing to dig deep down into them there is a noticeable under current of long term hope found in them.

Check out for the full story! - C.W. Ross

"Mass Assembly Featured in Somojo Magazine"

Located on Page 4 in Issue 6.

- Somojo Magazine

"Mass Assembly Review on Strutterzine"

MASS ASSEMBLY is definitely a great pure Rockband to check out and for those longing back to the days of THE STOOGES, CHEAP TRICK, THE STONES, THE KINKS and such, this band is highly recommended! - Strutterzine

"Mass Assembly Rocked the House"

The show opened with Mass Assembly and thanks to their loyal following, the place was packed early. - The Artist Way Cafe

"What Listeners Have to say about Mass Assembly"

"Punked-up, classic garage rawk with a sneer that recalls vintage Stooges, Johnny Thunders, The Who, and Louis XIV all at once... great lyrics, too! I can relate...."~Little Timmy re: Tranquilizer

"A slinky, sleazy track that makes me think of a less raucous Reckless Sons or an angry David Bowie. There's an almost-stoner rock vibe going on here, too... imagine if Little Steven had full control of a Queens Of The Stone Age recording session... that's actually a beautiful thought...."~Little Timmy re: Get Out My Way

"I'm completely digging the music! It's lively and fun, and it never fails to bring a smile to my face. I'd definitely love to hear it live. Thanks guys!"~Andee (MAC~USA)

"Mass Assembly rocks. Reminds me a bit of The Kinks, Cheap Trick, and an indie band out of MA called Thee Electric Bastards. Good stuff guys. Glad to have you on FatCat Radio"~Swede (Fat Cat Radio)

"Finding bands like Mass Assembly gives me strenght to believe in new rock music!
I've listened to your EP on myspace and it sounds really good and made me feel proud of being your fan
Be happy!"~Afri (MAC~Spain)

"Wow, the new album is epic! Can't wait to feature songs on our podcast!"~Phantom and Phoebe! (2 p's in a podcast)

"Wow! Sounds great! Reminds me of like fast rocking Elvis meets Sinatra and share a drink with Mr. Cash......whatta sound man."~Ben (MAC~Canada) - Listeners


Mass Assembly EP
Tranquilizer (single) being streamed on college radio, podcasts and online radio world wide
Full Length Album coming early 2011 (exact date TBD)



Mass Assembly is an indie garage rock band of professional musicians from Toronto, Canada. Their sound is heavily influenced by the Rolling Stones, the Stooges, Brian Jonestown Massacre, David Bowie, Richard Hell and Television.

Formed in June of 2009, the band has played several shows already. Through internet promotion, support from several podcasters/Radio Station and bloggers including Pure Rock Radio, IndieCan radio, Fat Cat Radio, Brock University Radio, University of Toronto Radio, CD Reviewer and Somojo Magazine, the four member outfit has amassed a dedicated global fan base.

They recently released their self-titled five song EP in February 2010 which is considered to be a indie/garage/pop punk rockin’ roll call to wake up and accept reality. With a vault full of demos they are set to produce another full album in the summer of 2010. Mass Assembly is a down to earth and hard working band. They possess a hyper-charged yet spacious and colourful sound that should secure Mass Assembly in many listeners’ hearts. Let their music be an introduction to a musical world of life, hope and salvation.

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