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Detroit, Michigan, United States | INDIE

Detroit, Michigan, United States | INDIE
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"Twisted Minds from Yatzek"

"... Comprised of enough guitar work to make your ears bleed, Twisted Minds is a record looking to bring some type of 80’s guitar rock resurrection to the area... ...There is no lack of riffing on this record. Look no further than the very first track, Bad Girls, which has the look and feel of a song that Motley Crue wanted to write but didn’t, then The Beast In Me has me thinking that Yatzek played clubs on Sunset in the early 80’s in a past life. The guitar work is obviously top notch, because seriously, how couldn’t it be? ... ...Twisted Minds isn’t as glammy as I thought it would be upon first listen, but that’s not a bad thing. It’s less Poison and Whitesnake, and more Sabbath and Dio. You can’t really go wrong with that. Rocks Like: - Kiss – Lick It Up - Dio – Dream Evil - Megadeth – Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying" - Rochester at Home


Twisted Minds - released June 13

Red Hot has received airplay in Detroit and Rochester, and is featured on Time-Warner's 'Radio Television' channel. This song was being considered as a 'theme' song for a major sports franchise.

All songs are receiving play on various internet radio worldwide. Pain and Next To You are being accepted by modern/alternative rock fans.



The Angus Black Project was born in Detroit, and survived! Inspired by Detroit's rock legends, and raised on a diet of rusty cars and stray bullets. This is Rock. Not alternative, not modern, net emo, not classic. Just Rock.

In your face? Maybe. What you hear is what you get. The sound is not over-mixed, over-dubbed, or over-processed. It probably could have been made perfect, but why? This is from Detroit. It is recorded the way it was played, with subtle colors and nuances that give the music character, not an unnatural robotic tone.

And the best thing: when you hear The Angus Black Project live, you can expect the sound to be what you heard on the album, and better. If you heard Kiss at Olympia in the 70s, or Judas Priest at the Joe in the 80s, you know what I mean.

There are no studio sound effects or processes that can not be reproduced live. So unlike so many of today's bands, bands that can not produce live what they made in the studio.

Natural, unprocessed, unadulterated Rock. Made in Detroit.