The Asphalt
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The Asphalt

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Regarding Recent Unpleasanties - 2002
Long Story Short - 2004: Songs from this EP have had regular rotation on several regional radio stations in Las Vegas and Phoenix, AZ as well as XM Radio. The single From Afar was also featured on the Soundtrack for the Playstation 2 video game "Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift" in 2006.



The Asphalt are a rock band hailing from the searing deserts of Arizona. Sounding like the bastard child of Face to Face and The Foo Fighters, members Randy Mazick, Jon Stutler, Nick Turner and Jason Marino blend rock guitars, pounding drums, smooth bass and scathing vocals with a high-energy live performance that has captivated thousands of fans.

Formed in 2001, The Asphalt quickly cut a path to recognition. After locking themselves into world renowned NRG studios in Hollywood, CA with Grammy nominated engineer Jeremy Parker (Evanescence, Boy Sets Fire, Mudvayne) in the producer's chair the band created an EP that quickly reached the 75,000 hit mark on the original before the websites untimely demise. Since that time The Asphalt have been a featured artist on XM Radio's unsigned channel and get regular spins on Phoenix radio station "The Edge" 103.9, and Las Vegas radio stations "Komp" 92.3 & "Extreme" 107.5 and "Area" 108.

Recently, The Asphalt's single From Afar was added to the soundtrack for The Fast and The Furious:Tokyo Drift Playstation 2 video game. They have also recently released a broadcast quality music video for their newest single "Tonight." Shot in Hi-Definition on location in Tucson, Arizona and Old Tucson studios where films such as Tombstone, The Three Amigos, Death Wish and The Quick & The Dead were famously shot, the video borrows from the old west but has a decidedly modern feel.

The band were also invited to showcase at the world-renowned South By Southwest music festival for Captiva Records in Austin, Texas in both 2006 and 2007 where they performed for near-capacity crowds and had great reactions to their live show.

Currently in their 6th year of existence, the band just played Edgefest 2007 with Plain White T's, Social Distortion, Bad Religion, Hot Hot Heat, Flyleaf, Jimmy Eat World and many other acts in Phoenix, AZ.

Since March of 2007, the band have been working with several producers, splitting recording between Sony Recording Studios in Santa Monica, CA and various other studios, recording tracks for their long-awaited 3rd album "Learning to Forget," to hit stores in 2008. – – (928)897-4232