10th November 2011
Debut release from Six Hour Sundown: Jekyll & Hyde
Taking influence from bands such as The Foo Fighters, 30 Seconds to Mars & Velvet Revolver, Six Hour Sundown are very much a band that lives for the stage.Six Hour Sundown have taken their time to get things just right prior to setting their first track free in to the public domain.
The dynamic front woman of this band is none other than Lauren Harris who has already cut her teeth in the business touring the World with Iron Maiden, playing some of the biggest venues and festivals on the planet. Joining her on this new venture as a complete band unit with a fresh outlook on contemporty Rock n' Roll, are Tom Gentry (lead guitar), James Bennett (rhythm guitar) Mitch Witham (bass) and Olly Smith (drums). The band was born simply from a desire of like-minded friends (and experienced musicians) to get back to the heart of why they wanted to make music in the first place:
"Being part of a band is where I feel totally at home.It's where I've needed to be mentally and creatively... I think people are going to be surprised at what they hear." says Lauren.'Jekyll & Hyde' is Six Hour Sundown's foot-to-the-floor debut release. Injecting anthemic Pop Chorus, into a machine of Rock riffage, and all steered by a melody that you won't be able to shake for days!
As a taster from the forthcoming album, Jekyll & Hyde demonstrates Six Hour Sundown's ability to blur the boundaries of musical genres with edgy modern Rock riffs, driven by a solid rhythm section and topped of by a contemporary melody lines, delivered by a vocalist who puts her heart on the line with every performance.
Taking influence from bands such as The Foo Fighters, 30 Seconds to Mars & Velvet Revolver, Six Hour Sundown are very much a band that lives for the stage. With venues like New York's Madison Square Garden and Japan's Budokan under their belt, they have a acquired a well-deserved Worldwide fan-base already, who have been waiting patiently for what is set to be a blinding debut release.
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