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Mass Infusion

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"Elle Grace, Talent Buyer for BB King's"

"This band has managed to mix several genres togther to give the audience a high energy experience that borders on a rock opera! The live performance is a must see!" - Elle Grace


"Maria Garcia, Reporter for NBC/Telemundo"

These guys are quite something! Although they mix all kinds of existent styles,yet they manage to sound like no other band. . Such a hybrid is fresh, fun, and still cool and deep and layered. Mass Infusion gets you at the first song! Love their live shows! - Maria Garcia


"Eddy Schreyer, World Renouned Master Engineer"

"One of the most diverse records I've ever done. It was both a challenge and a pleasure." - Eddy Schreyer


Discography

The Antibody (LP)..........2006

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Mass Infusion is an idea. We are a high-energy mixture of hard rock, classical, metal, punk, salsa, jazz, and anything else that inspires. We try and bring these all together to create something that's truly our own. When it works, it's a Mass Infusion.

Mass Infusion has become a regular in the Los Angeles scene, playing popular Hollywood hangouts such as The House of Blues, The Key Club, The Hard Rock Cafe, The Viper Room, The Roxy Theater, and The Whisky, among others. After the February 2006 release of our debut album The Antibody, we've begun touring the Western United States to promote the CD, performing across California and Nevada, with upcoming shows in Arizona and Oregon. A national tour is planned for early 2008.

Influences Include: Dream Theater, Incubus, RHCP, Soundgarden, Tool, STP, Old School Metallica, APC, Flogging Molly, Avenged Sevenfold, Tori Amos, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Static-X, Steve Vai, Smashing Pumpkins, Rachmaninoff, The Beatles, Alice in Chains, Mozart, Tom Corbett, Pantera, Suicidal Tendencies, System of a Down, Eddie Palmieri