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‘No Worse for the Wear’ Review in The Aquarian Weekly

Most of you guys probably know Phil and Donny grew up in NJ. There’s a music paper up there called The Aquarian Weekly, and No Worse for the Wear was featured on “Maria’s Local Radar” today! Big thanks to Maria for her awesome review of our new album. Pick up a copy in stores this week or check it out on The Aquarian’s site over here.

The Aquarian Weekly


‘No Worse for the Wear’ Available Now!

We’re happy to announce No Worse for the Wear has officially been released! You can download it on iTunes, stream it on Spotify, and find it on tons of other sites like Amazon and Rhapsody. You can get it for a little cheaper over at CD Baby. Physical copies are also available through Bandcamp. Now that it’s finally here, we have a saying – Listen LOUD and often. Enjoy.

Silhouette Cities - 'No Worse for the Wear' Album Cover


‘No Worse for the Wear’ Out Tomorrow August 4th

Hey guys,

Tomorrow, our new album No Worse for the Wear will officially be released. You’ll be able to download it on iTunes and Amazon, stream it on Spotify and the like. For now, we wanted to share with you guys a little bit about the recording process.

Back in the summer of 2013, Donny and I (Phil) went up to Silent Owl Studio in Pine Island, NY to record the album. We worked with John Collura and Mike Menocker over the course of the next 6 days to record the 7 songs on No Worse for the Wear.  John was a member of The Ataris during the So Long Astoria era. Mike plays guitar in the NY-based metal/deathcore band Towers. With these 2 producing, the record got its fair share of punk and hard rock influence.

'You Rock' Mug

So, cheers to those guys.

Seven songs is a lot for a couple guys to record in less than a week. I remember being totally drained by the end of the final session. Putting that much energy down on tape in such a short span will leave you feeling a little raw. The very last thing we recorded was the pre-chorus of Snakes and Vultures. I was in the booth recording vocals and Mike goes “This is the last thing we have to do right?…Blow your voice out.” Funny thing was, the landlord that owned the building the studio was in came by at that point while I was screaming “I THOUGHT I RECOGNIZED YOU THIEF!”

For as draining as the process was, it was pretty nostalgic, too. We drove up from Central NJ (where we grew up) everyday up to New York state, recording songs we had been hashing out over the course of a few years. And getting to know John and seeing all The Ataris memorabilia all over the place brought back some memories, too.

The Ataris So Long, Astoria Gold Record

Memorabilia like gold records.

The album comes out tomorrow, August 4th. We’re excited to share the finished product with you. Here’s a couple more pics from the studio:

Donny in Studio

Donny behind the kit

Phil in studio

Phil tracking some guitar

John & Mike in Studio

Mike on the left, John on the right

Donny & Mike in studio

Donny & Mike


DC Rock Live Review of ‘No Worse for the Wear’

Big thanks to David Hintz of DC Rock Live for reviewing our upcoming album No Worse for the Wear! David writes:

“The seven songs on this long EP/short album all are bright and sparkle with strong playing throughout. ’Enough’ is a ferocious rocker with a thick guitar sound and driving bass and drumming where it takes some significant pipes to get the vocals out front. But it holds together well, as do the rest of the six songs with fine production throughout…”

Click here to read the full review on the DC Rock Live site. Album comes out tomorrow, August 4th!


Full Stream: Snakes and Vultures

The countdown to the release of our new album No Worse for the Wear is down to 5 days! Check out the opening track, Snakes and Vultures.