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Brooklyn, NY | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Brooklyn, NY | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
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"Don’t Break The Oath: Believe in music and it will save your life"

Kurt Cobain died for our sins. Tower’s “Hold On To Me” (just the fuckin’ demo alone!) should be enough to restore your faith. And if it never wavered, you get King Diamond approved Melissa skull kisses of pure win. I will never forget the awe and disbelief I felt when my friend Yakir of Israel’ thrashers Hammercult once wrote me to apologize he hadn’t been able to write a Metal Riot Deep Cuts article on Running Wild’s 3 best lesser known songs because literally at that moment where he lived was being bombed. - METAL RIOT

"Free Metal Monday: Tower-Tower"

For today's Free Metal Monday feature we have Tower from New York City. The band is expertly fronted by Sarabeth Linden and the name-your-own-price "Tower" looks to be the group's first studio recording. Produced, mixed & mastered by Jeff Filmer and the band-members themselves, "Tower" features three cool tracks in the form of "Flames", "Mountains", and "Hold on to Me". That last number is arguably the best of the lot and on this EP the line-up looks to be Sarabeth Linden (lead vocals), James Danzo (guitar),
Zak Penley (guitar), Philippe Arman (bass guitar & vocals), and Joey Bouchard (drums). Tower is every-bit as real and rock-steady as the city it hails from (after all this city gave us everyone from The Ramones to Nuclear Assault)! and because I believe in giving credit where credit is due this is yet another fine suggestion from the one and only Paul Rote! There are a lot of good reasons why I follow Paul on Bandcamp, but the biggest one would have to be the fact that the two of us share similar tastes in music. In the case of Tower that would be heavy rock/heavy metal with a none-to-subtle eighties tint! Paul was more or less spot on when he said "This lies somewhere between Mötley Crüe and Accept", but let's make sure to clarify that comment by adding the word "early" to Mötley Crüe and rewriting the last bit so that it says "Restless and Wild" through "Metal Heart"-era Accept. Otherwise that is Tower in a nutshell and on this three-track EP these New Yorkers want nothing more than to share their love of old-school hard rock and heavy metal with the old and young alike! As this is (potentially) the band's first recording there is obviously room to grow, but from what I hear on "Tower" this is one group that could do some serious damage if given a fair shot. I'd love to see what this band could do with a legit budget and hear how they would fare on a full-length album. For now this EP is a great addition to any one's personal collection and I will eagerly be hyping it to friends and fellow collectors! - HEAVY METAL TIME MACHINE


supported by:
Grégoire Guery: Great 80's style heavy metal with a badass female singer and real fraking good guitar solos. Favorite track: Hold on to Me.

Mark Kent: Has a very 80's hard rock feel to it. Great vocals too. Fans of Motley Crue et al will enjoy this one. Favorite track: Hold on to Me.

paul rote: This band has " the looks that kill ".
More importantly they have the sound that kills!! This lies somewhere between motley crue ,and accept. Fans of the early eighties jump on this one !!! Favorite track: Hold on to Me.

Mick M: This has a really early 80's vibe to it, a time when everything was just Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. Singer Sarabeth Linden has a fantastic voice. Favorite track: Hold on to Me. - BANDCAMP REVIEWS


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