Max Fite

Max Fite

Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Los Angeles, California, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Band Alternative Rock




"Revolver Magazine"

Max Fite is an artist from Los Angeles who makes big, riff-driven hard-rock with a Southwestern flair. The guitarist-vocalist's latest single, "Night Owl," features drummer Joey Castillo — who's done time in Queens of the Stone Age, Danzig, Circle Jerks, The Bronx and tons of other bands — and today we're premiering its new music video, which follows Fite as he embarks on a series of escapades throughout the vast desert. - Revolver

"KUTX 98.9 Austin TX Radio 'SONG OF THE DAY""

Fite’s singles just seem to keep getting meatier and meatier, fitting for an artist whose upcoming LP is entitled Night Owl. This nocturnal beast features Queens of the Stone Age drummer Joe Castillo and Eagles of Death Metal bassist Dave Catching, making for the meanest parliament of owls you’ve ever heard. So keep your ears peeled for Night Owl in the near future, and open up the throttle like a blazing red ’65 Skylark tearing ass across the desert on the record’s title track, whose magnifique music video just touched down below. - KUTX

"American Pancake"

Sometimes you want straight forward rock. Brooding, dark and perfect for late night drives through downtown streets. "The Glow" by California based Max Fite is that kind of song. A combination of alt rock, celebration rock, desert rock, blue collar rock with a bit of dream theatricality, it feels maybe a bit bruised but not beaten, at least not too much. -

"The Rock Rag"

The lyrics on the first single off the six-track Shake It On Down, “Devil in Me” has an edge that cuts through life’s misanthropy like steel fused with primordial drums and raw guitars. “Yes Man” changes things up with its exhilarating fast jam and hollow vocals. But it’s “Time to Heal” in its Dillion’est folk vibe with those melodic guitars that resonate depth of soul. Through life’s unpredictable pain works of art are born and passion is ignited. There is ample passion and art found in “Time To Heal.” -


Still working on that hot first release.



Max Fite’s genre bending debut album “Night Owl” is a tour de force. Recorded at the world famous Rancho De La Luna studio in Joshua Tree, California Fite under the direction of producer Derek Cruz. Fite, as well as members of Queens of The Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal have created the new sound, genuine classic for fans of Alternative, Pop, Hip Hop, Electronic, Industrial and Rock N’ Roll.

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