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The best kept secret in music


" 2004"

NYC's aggro metal group Theorem blast back with a sturdy four-track release that shows that this quartet haven't been resting on its laurels. With a driving backbeat found in much of the mainstream metal propelling the band, the rhythmic surge of tracks like 2 is pretty hard to ignore. If you're digging the heavy melodic vibes that Godsmack, Black Label Society, and Drowning Pool emit, Theorem will have no problem rocking your block.


"-Metal News"

Musical quality and great vocals, combined with a variety of hard rockin sounds from song to song, make this CD apart of your everyday listening! - -Metal News


Theorem is a NYC based metal act whose latest four song release is a scorching reminder of what some metal lacks today; balls. Well, don't worry, all of you pretty boy bands, Theorem has got enough balls to go around, whether it be in their throaty vocal delivery ("Clean Break") or in their low end stomp ("Old Balls"). If you like the heaviness of Black Label Society and the entrancing melodies of Godsmack ("Wims"), Theorem will be one of those CDs that never leave the CD changer. Just make sure that you - -316 PRODUCTIONS


A recent trend that I've noticed in the modern music world is that many alternative bands are starting to call themselves "progressive rock", rather than "alternative" or "modern metal". Usually the music has nothing in common with prog, but these bands tend to mix their brand of pop music with some experimentation(odd time-signatures, longer song structures, etc). Theorem is a four piece band from Long Island, New York, that sort of falls into that category. Their CD Live At UltraPhonic is a 4 song EP of heavy modern rock ala Creed, Slipknot, and Pearl Jam. Frankly, most prog fans will probably be indifferent to this sort of music. But, if you're a fan of some of the new rock bands playing today, the music here is pretty good. In fact, it's bit better than most of the stuff that I hear on local modern rock radio stations. The music focuses on heavy, mid-tempo, riffs and catchy vocal hooks. The singer even reminds me of the guy in Creed. Anyway, fans of modern metal will enjoy Theorem. Live At Ultraphonic is a great demo that should get the band some worldwide exposure. - -Zoltan


Theorem- Mechanically Separated Chicken 2004
Theorem- 4 Straight Up 2003
Theorem- Live At Ultraphonic 2002


Feeling a bit camera shy


A four piece rock band from BROOKLYN that culls its various influences into a sound that is at once ball-crushing, in-your-face metal, while at the same time delivering entrancing melodies along the lines of Creed, Godsmack and Stone Temple Pilots. The guys of Theorem - vocalist Darren Galvani, guitarist Richie Toto, bassist Nino Valenti and drummer Chris Loggia - have been hitting the NY area with shows that engage every member and calls for people to drop their drinks and bang alongside with the best of them.

At Theorem's core are guitarist Richie Toto and drummer Chris Loggia; best friends and bandmates for well over ten years. The solid foundation formed by these two was enhanced in 1994 with the addition of bassist Nino Valenti. Lacking the connection to meld all of their varying influences and interests, the guys of Theorem went on a search for a new lead singer, eventually landing vocalist Darren Galvani in 1999. Darren not only delivered throaty vocals but also added catchy melodious lyrics to the hard-edge dynamic that is Theorem.

Concentrating on their blend of sounds and personal ties to one another, Theorem has consistently packed houses all over the New York area. Their hard rock sound with catchy hooks create a winning formula of that modern metal sound so many other bands fail to make successful. With a four-song EP on the table and shows at NYC's CBGB's, Limelight and Webster Hall. Theorem has set out to prove that rock is more than just screaming into a microphone and deafening your audience. It's about the connection. It's about presence. And it's all about Theorem.