Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory

Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory Monster Truck
Making Wednesday Rock at
The Marble Factory

 

 

Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory Wednesday night, midweek low, no one informed the loud, enthusiastic Bristol crowd out to party and have fun with live music. Before the main event the stage and Marble Factory was filled with the German duo of The Picturebooks, Fynn Claus Grabke (Vocals, Guitar) and drummer Philipp Mirtschink. Alternative, primaeval with intense drumming and the acoustic guitar amplified. The rock is hard and heavy and the blues deep with very dark rhythms conjuring the dark history behind the blues. This is music that growls with the heartbeat of the drum booming through the venue.  Returning to Bristol unsurprising the set was heavy with tracks from their new album Home is Heartache. The duo creating unique textures and tones that are mesmerising Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory drawing you deep into the tribal grind of a combination for dirty acoustic layered with slide and the drumming that is hard and loud from a drum kit with not a cymbal in sight just a ships bell.  The rhythms punch with heavyweight intensity on I Need That Oooh with its infectious chorus. With a metallic grandeur, Cactus filled the venue. The set was intense for everyone with Fynn & Philipp drenched in sweat, they really put themselves deep into the rhythmic groove they create and the audience is hot and excited the venue is now definitely ready for a Monster Truck fest.

Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble FactoryOnce The Picturebooks’, kit was removed from the stage, friends had time to catch up and then Canadian quartet Monster Truck took to The Marble Factory stage to a roar of delight. Vocalist Jon Harvey, centre-stage with his trademark toolbox to rest his foot on, with no monitor posturing he lets the classic rock do the talking. Completing the Monster Truck sound, fun loving hard rocking good-time music are guitarist, Jeremy Wilderman, on keys Brandon Bliss and drummer Steve Kiely.  The set was heavy with tracks from the current album Sittin’ Heavy and the earlier Furiosity what a combination, a guarantee for a fun, energising rip-roaring Wednesday.

Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory Opening the proceedings with Why Are You Not Rocking, the reality was the opposite we were ecstatic in the presence of great rock that had everyone jumping, cheering and empowered by music that hit home deep in your musical soul. Classic rock given a modern twist doesn’t get better than this.  This is rock that is uncomplicated and honest delivered by a band whose stage presences is warm and the playing is tight and as Monster Truck are having fun playing it would just be stupid not to join in the party they are having on stage.  The set rolled on with favourite following favourite the truck was rolling with charismatic power that was controlled, wild and infectious re-energizing as you connected to the music, hands in the air singing along to the words.   With The Enforcer full of steely determination recorded it is superb live it reaches another energy level as the iron fist of the track the chorus line pulls the whole audience we want to be enforced by Monster Truck. One of many highlights on the night was She’s A Witch, as Jon Harvey sung, ‘that girls got a demon in her soul’ we all had the demon that is Monster Truck rock in our souls tonight.

The rock was rolling, the audience sang loud and full of pleasure as Sweet Mountain River, we all wanted to be in the city with the truckers tonight.  It may be work on Thursday, but time and reality stood still tonight we all wanted them to play on and on through the night. The sheer quality of the set totally blew me away. No wonder tonight Bristol redefined Wednesdays as the new awesome live music night at the Marble Factory. Once again, words cannot do justice to the musicianship and power of live music, get out and see them for yourself you will not regret listening to the classic rock that is Monster Rock, riffing good fun with a tinge of blue.

With an encore of three wonderful numbers closing the proceedings with The Lion. The lion of rock definitely roared tonight thanks to Monster Truck. Come back soon. Monster Truck Making Wednesday Rock at The Marble Factory

 

Check out 2017 Tour Dates HERE

 

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Monster Truck Tours 2017 & Sea Shepherd UK Charity

Monster Truck Tours 2017 & Sea Shepherd UK Charity

 

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Following on from their storming European Arena tour with Nickelback and Billy Talent, Canadian Juggernaut rockers MONSTER TRUCK return to the UK for a headline tour today starting at Limelight 2in Belfast and finishing at the Electric Ballroom, London on 22 March and intro mainland Europe and then on to support the legendary DEEP PURPLE through May and June.

Headline March/April 2017 Tour starts Monday 13th March

Announces collaboration with Sea Shepherd UK Charity.

+ Announced as support Deep Purple European tour

UK & Europe March/April 2017

Mon 13 March: Limelight 2, Belfast, UK
Tues 14 March: Academy Green Room, Dublin, IRELAND (Upgraded from Academy 2)
Weds 15 March: Marble Factory, Bristol, UK
Fri 17 March: Institute 2, Birmingham, UK *SEA SHEPHERD UK CHARITY PRESENT*
Sat 18 March: Club Academy, Manchester, UK (Sold Out) *SEA SHEPHERD UK CHARITY PRESENT*
Sun 19 March: O2 ABC Glasgow, UK (Upgraded from King Tuts) *SEA SHEPHERD UK CHARITY PRESENT*
Tue 21 March: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
Weds 22 March: Electric Ballroom, London, UK *SEA SHEPHERD UK CHARITY PRESENT*

Sea Shepherd UK is a registered marine conservation charity whose mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife around the UK’s coastline and across the world’s oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species. Sea Shepherd UK uses innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities committed against marine wildlife and habitats. By safeguarding the biodiversity of our delicately balanced oceanic ecosystems, Sea Shepherd UK works to ensure their survival for future generations. To find out more visit: HERE

Fri 24 March: La Batterie, Guyancourt, FRANCE
Sat 25 March: Café Charbon, Nevers, FRANCE
Sun 26 March: Luxor, Cologne, GERMANY
Tues 28 March: Melkweg, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Weds 29 March: Rockfabrik, Ludwigsburg, GERMANY
Thurs 30 Mar: The Floor, Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Sat 1 April: White Trash, Berlin, GERMANY
Sun 2 April: Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, GERMANY
Mon 3 April: Theatrefabrik, Munich, GERMANY
Weds 5 April: Shuur, Lucerne, SWITZERLAND
Fri 7 April: Bikini, Barcelona, SPAIN
Sat 8 April: Carcol, Madrid, SPAIN
Sun 9 April: Kafe Antzokia, Bilbao, SPAIN

 

Their latest album Sittin’ Heavy was released early 2016 and has received rave reviews; being hailed as “fresh and exciting” by Metal Hammer, how they “set the bar to unprecedented heights” by Rock Sound, proclaiming the new record is “relentless and unstoppable” according to Guitarist and a “hard rocking masterpiece” by Big Cheese. As well as guitar legend Slash backing their corner, Dee Snider can’t get enough of them saying “Holy Fuck, this band rocks” whilst Dave Navarro has come out with‘Killer band, great guitar playing.”

In true road warrior style they have learnt their chops on tour and have been relentlessly tearing through shows and have already opened for the mighty; Guns N’ Roses, Slash, Rob Zombie, Janes Addiction, Alice in Chains, ZZ Top, Buckcherry, Nickelback, Rival Sons, Black Stone Cherry, Billy Talent andVolbeat over the last 3 years.

“Rock n roll might save your life, might save your life tonight”
Monster Truck, Why Are You Not Rocking?

Deep Purple EU Support Dates:Sat 13 May: Bucharest, Romania @ Romexpo
Sun 14 May: Sofia, Bulgaria @ Armeec Arena
Tues 16 May: Zagreb, Croatia @ Arena
Weds 17 May: Vienna, Austria @ Stadhalle
Fri 19 May: Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
Sat 20 May: Geneva, Switzerland @ Arena
Mon 22 May: Prague, Czech Republic @ O2 Arena
Tues 23 May: Lodz Poland, Atlas Arena
Weds 24 May: Katowice, Poland @ Spodek
Sat 27 May:  Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
Tues 30 May: Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
Thurs 01 Jun: Lille, France @ Zenith
Fri 02 Jun: Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
Sat 03 Jun: Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
Tues 06 Jun:  Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
Weds 07 Jun: Dortmund, Germany @ Westfalenhalle 1
Fri 09 Jun: Leipzig, Germany @ Arena
Sat 10 Jun: Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle
Tues 13 Jun: Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes Benz Arena
Weds 14 Jun:  Stuttgart, Germany @ Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
Monster Truck Tours 2017 & Sea Shepherd UK Charity
Bluesdoodles Album review HERE

Monster Truck are:

Jon Harvey (Vocals & Bass)
Jeremy Widerman (Guitar & Vocals)
Brandon Bliss (Organ & Vocals)
Steve Kiely (Drums & Vocals)

Monster Truck Tours 2017 & Sea Shepherd UK Charity

Monster Truck European Tour plus Animated Video

Monster Truck European Tour plus Animated Video

Monster Truck European Tour plus Animated Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monster Truck European Tour plus Animated Video

Monster Truck are:

Jon Harvey (Vocals & Bass)
Jeremy Widerman (Guitar & Vocals)
Brandon Bliss (Organ & Vocals)
Steve Kiely (Drums & Vocals)

 

 

 

Following on from  their storming European Arena tour with Nickelback and now in the middle of their Billy Talent Arena shows, Canadian Juggernaut rockers MONSTER TRUCK will be returning for a European headline tour calling at the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Spain in March/April 2017.

 Rave reviews followed their UK run of the tour dates with Nickelback, Classic Rock proclaimed how they “look good on the big stage”, The Nottingham Post claimed they made a “huge impact”, Planet Mosh screamed that this was “rock n roll played how it should be…completely confident and at home in this big arena”, whilst Louder than War said “it probably won’t be long before they’re headlining arenas themselves.

 To go along with the announcement of their tour they have released a brand new stomping psychedelic animated video for ‘For The People’. Talking about the video frontman/bassist Jon Harvey says; ‘”We wanted the video for ‘For The People’ to capture a certain vibe. The song was intended to be a pseudo-protest and very roots rock and the 70’s style animation seemed to speak that. Besides nothing is cooler than hand-drawn animation.”

Animated video for ‘For The People’

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“This album brings you layer upon layer of tonal textures and mixes, the tempo varies with the gradient from granite through to crystal clear quartz with jagged edges of interest”.  

Read the rest of what Bluesdoodles wrote HERE

You can buy tickets from: MONSTER TRUCK HERE

 Mon 13 March: Limelight 2, Belfast, UK
Tues 14 March: Academy 2, Dublin, IRELAND
Weds 15 March: Marble Factory, Bristol, UK
Fri 17 March: Institute 2, Birmingham, UK
Sat 18 March: Club Academy, Manchester, UK SOLD OUT
Sun 19 March: O2 ABC, Glasgow, UK *new & bigger venue!*
Tue 21 March: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
Weds 22 March: Electric Ballroom, London, UK
Fri 24 March: La Batterie, Guyancourt, FRANCE
Sat 25 March: Café Charbon, Nevers, FRANCE
Sun 26 March: Luxor, Cologne, GERMANY
Tues 28 March: Melkweg, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Weds 29 March: Rockfabrik, Ludwigsburg, GERMANY
Thurs 30 Mar: The Floor, Luxembourg, LUXEMBOURG
Sat 1 April: White Trash, Berlin, GERMANY
Sun 2 April: Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, GERMANY
Mon 3 April: Theatrefabrik, Munich, GERMANY
Weds 5 April: Shuur, Lucerne, SWITZERLAND
Fri 7 April: Bikini, Barcelona, SPAIN
Sat 8 April: Carcol, Madrid, SPAIN
Sun 9 April: Kafe Antzokia, Bilbao, SPAIN

“Monster Truck is one of the few really great down to earth rock ‘n’ roll bands… they’re hard, soulful and heavy” –  Slash

“A hard rocking masterpiece”  Big Cheese 9/10

“Jugggernaut heavy, relentless and unstoppable” Guitarist

“Bow down and pay respect to the mighty RIFF” Kerrang

 

Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017

Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017

Monster Truck Headlines
UK and Ireland 2017

 

 

 

 

Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017 and reveal animated video For The People

To go along with the announcement of their tour they have released a brand new stomping psychedelic animated video for ‘For The People’. Talking about the video frontman/bassist Jon Harvey says; ‘”We wanted the video for ‘For The People’ to capture a certain vibe. The song was intended to be a pseudo-protest and very roots rock and the 70’s style animation seemed to speak that. Besides nothing is cooler than hand-drawn animation.”Guitarist Jeremy Widerman adds; “We wanted to try something new with the video and have a somewhat playful take on what is a really heavy topic these days. A throwback video of sorts to a time when the unifying of people and ideas was a far more popular subject.”

Following on from their storming European Arena tour with Nickelback, Canadian Juggernaut rockers MONSTER TRUCK will be returning for a UK & Ireland headline tour calling at Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and London.

You can buy tickets from:  I Love Monster Truck

Mon 13 March: Limelight 2, Belfast
Tues 14 March: Academy 2, Dublin
Weds 15 March: Marble Factory, Bristol
Fri 17 March: Institute 2, Birmingham
Sat 18 March: Club Academy, Manchester
Sun 19 March: King Tuts, Glasgow
Tue 21 March: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Weds 22 March: Electric Ballroom, London

“Monster Truck is one of the few really great down to earth rock ‘n’ roll bands… they’re hard, soulful and heavy” – Slash

“Jugggernaut heavy, relentless and unstoppable” Guitarist

“Bow down and pay respect to the mighty RIFF” Kerrang
Monster Truck rolling into town are Sittin’ Heavy with stream molten heat of rock that is hot pouring from the speakers” Bluesdoodles
Now hear the music live as they headline across towns and cities with  Monster Truck building on the rave reviews of their live shows with Nickelback, Classic Rock proclaimed how they “look good on the big stage”, The Nottingham Post claimed they made a “huge impact”, Planet Mosh screamed that this was “rock n roll played how it should be…completely confident and at home in this big arena”, whilst Louder than War said “it probably won’t be long before they’re headlining arenas themselves.

 

 

 

Monster Truck – Touring with Nickelback

Monster Truck

Monster Truck

Upcoming European shows

Tues 29 Mar: Germany – Rockplast, Bochum TICKETS
Weds 30 Mar: Germany – Privatclub, Berlin TICKETS
Thurs 31 Mar: Germany – Strom, Munich TICKETS
Fri 1st Apr: Netherlands – Melkweg Theatre, Amsterdam [sold out]
Sun 3rd April: France – La Maroquinerie, Paris TICKETS
Tues 5th Apr: UK – 100 Club, London [sold out]
Sun 12th June: UK – Download Festival, Donnington Park
Fri 17th June: Belgium – Grasspop Festval, Dessel

Monster Truck – September/October 2016 European Tour with NICKELBACK

Monster Truck - Touring with Nickelback

 

Fan-club pre-sale tickets go on sale 9am on Tues 8th March
O2 pre-sale tickets (UK) go on sale 9am on Weds 9th March
Live Nation pre-sale tickets go on sale 9am Thurs 10th March
General Tickets go on sale 9am on Friday 11th March
Lithuania & Finland Tickets go on sale 9am on Mon 14th March

You can buy tickets from: HERE 

Fri 2 September: Hartwall Arena – Helsinki, FINLAND
Sun 4 September: Spektrum – Oslo, NORWAY
Tues 6 September: Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, SWEDEN
Thurs 8 September: Jyske Bank Boxen – Herning, DENMARK
Sat 10 September: Zalgiris – Kaunas, LITHUANIA
Tues 13 September: Hallenstadion – Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Thurs 15 September: Stadthalle – Vienna, AUSTRIA
Fri 16 September: SportArena – Budapest, HUNGARY
Sun 18 September: O2 Arena – Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC
Weds 21 September: Towar – Warsaw, POLAND
Fri 23 September: Olympiahalle – Munich, GERMANY
Sat 24 September: Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, GERMANY
Mon 26 September: Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, GERMANY
Tues 27 September: Lanxess Arena – Cologne, GERMANY
Thurs 29 September: Rockhal – LUXEMBOURG
Fri 30 September: Lotto Arena – Antwerp, BELGIUM
Sun 2 October: SAP Arena – Mannheim, GERMANY
Mon 3 October: Ziggodome – Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Weds 12 October: Motorpoint Arena – Nottingham, UK
Fri 14 October: Genting Arena – Birmingham, UK
Sat 15 October: Motorpoint Arena – Sheffield, UK
Mon 17 October: SSE Arena Wembley – London, UK
Weds 19 October: Arena – Manchester, UK
Thurs 20 October: O2 Arena – London, UK
Sat 22 October: Echo Arena – Liverpool, UK
Mon 24 October: Hydro Arena – Glasgow, UK
Tues 25 October: Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle, UK

MonsterTruck1_byBrooksReynoldsTalking about the tour, Monster Truck guitarist Jeremy Widerman says “Really excited to be doing an extensive tour of Europe and the U.K. And that we can finally add in many dates that we have been waiting to make our debut in. Also super stoked to be supporting fellow Canadians while playing some of the nicest arenas in the world.”

The tour follows the release of their new album Sittin’ Heavy which has received rave reviews; being hailed as “fresh and exciting” by Metal Hammer, how they “set the bar to unprecedented heights” by Rock Sound, proclaiming the new record is “relentless and unstoppable” according to Guitarist and a “hard rocking masterpiece” by Big Cheese. As well as guitar legend Slash backing their corner, Dee Snider can’t get enough of them saying “Holy Fuck, this band rocks” whilst Dave Navarro has come out with ‘Killer band, great guitar playing.”

 

Monster Truck rolling into town Sittin’ Heavy Bluesdoodles was mighty impressed –Monster Truck rolling into town are Sittin’ Heavy with stream molten heat of rock that is hot pouring from the speakers…. Sittin’ Heavy is sitting mightily finely in my must listen to collection and deserves the monster doodles 10 paw rating.

Bluesdoodles gives this CD TEN pawprint half inchdoodle paws out of TEN ….

                                       Monster Truck – Sittin’ Heavy – Mascot Records
                                   READ WHAT WE SAID HERE

Monster Truck rolling into town Sittin’ Heavy

Monster Truck rolling into town Sittin’ Heavy

Monster Truck rolling into town Sittin’ Heavy

 

 

Monster Truck rolling into town are Sittin’ Heavy with stream molten heat of rock that is hot pouring from the speakers.  Opening with a question Why Are You Not Rocking? Monster Truck’s virulent infection provides in the music answer you will be minutes into the album. This is rocking with hard intent as the high adrenaline fuelled guitar and forceful drumming gets your rocking energy rising high with excitement. Canadian band Monster Truck creates a juggernaut of sound that makes you want to smile, jump like the second track the reaction is Don’t Tell Me How To Live! The voice pulls you deep into the track and now you are cleverly hooked with the title refrain ‘Don’t Tell Me How To Live’ as the guitar hooks the lyrics.  We all can relate to the song as we love our independence of lifestyle, music choice we relish the freedom of being ourselves.  Like all great rock, the music empowers us. The lyrics throughout are why we fall in love with rock music over and over again.

This album brings you layer upon layer of tonal textures and mixes, the tempo varies with the gradient from granite through to crystal clear quartz with jagged edges of interest. The wail is huge as Jon Harvey exclaims ‘that girls got a demon in her soul’ the music weaves a magical spell throughout She’s A Witch. Then we have a change of direction with deep Southern Rock Riffs as the song For The People, about the evils being conquered, drowned out by music with its cleansing purity of rock.  The energy is immense we all need time to breathe. This they do with Black Forest, ushered with thunder and Brandon Bliss piano the tone is muted as the storm rages in the distance. The emotion of the track centres around Jon Harvey’s vocals that curl around the gentler tempo. This is no sweet ballad there is a raw edge and the intensity builds creating a sonic landscape for Jon’s vocals to pour over.

The whole album takes you with surprises and the rocking rolling drive of Things Get Better proves the second half of Sittin’ Heavy is going to be as good as the first; leading in to a track that will be magnificent live. The Enforcer is a steely number with a huge sing-a-long chorus, setting down the iron fist of a band that wants to rock their audiences. The soul in the track and the album is deeply entrenched as Monster Truck wants to please the audience with variety and depth. Yes, the rhythms pound and the music is loud, but into this framework they have woven intricacies, deftness of musical touch and the power of the word sung well with a statement that is relevant and true.

Closing with a clarion call from the keys, Enjoy The Time opens with a clash and you know this is an album to be enjoyed and listened to often with relish until the next time you see them live. So in the meantime follow the Monster Truck lead – Sit Heavy and live life to the full being true to your rocker self.

The album reflects the months on the road with its power, energy plus a rawness that takes it out of the studio. Monster Truck sounds just keep growing  and developing in all the right directions since 2013 when Furiosity received a Juno Award nomination. Sittin’ Heavy is sitting mightily fine in my must listen to collection and deserves the monster doodles 10 paw rating.

Bluesdoodles gives this CD TEN pawprint half inchdoodle paws out of TEN ….

Monster Truck – Sittin’ Heavy – Mascot Records

Track Listing

  1. Why Are You Not rocking
  2. Don’t Tell Me How To Live
  3. She’s A Witch
  4. For The People
  5. Black Forest
  6. Another Man’s Shoes
  7. Things Get Better
  8. The Enforcer
  9. To The Flame
  10. New Soul
  11. Enjoy The Time

 

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MONSTER TRUCK – Sittin’ Heavy

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MONSTER TRUCK –  Sittin’ Heavy

New Album released : 19 February 2016
Via: Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group

 

 

The Canadian hard-rockin’ juggernaut Monster Truck, releasing  Sittin’ Heavy  via their new European home Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group and Dine Alone Records for the rest of the World. Monster Truck have  successfully toured and now achieved the follow up album to Furiosity their attention catching debut. Sitting’ Heavy will sit with a rocking attitude in music collections from 19th February 2016

This is what the bands Monster Truck have opened for:-

“Monster Truck is one of the few really great down to earth rock ‘n’ roll bands… they’re hard, soulful and heavy” – Slash

“Monster Truck is the Real deal. Familiar. Comfortable. Like an old pair of gig boots or sweaty pig sex with an ex-girlfriend.” – Mike Inez (Alice in Chains)

“Holy Fuck, this band rocks” Dee Snider

Killer band, great guitar playing” Dave Navarro

Watch  brand new song ‘The Enforcer’ here:

 

Sittin’ Heavy is 11 tracks of high-octane, foot to the floor, raucous rock that picks up from where Juno Award nominated Furiosity left off. For the past two years since the debut dropped they have been hell-bent on putting Hamilton, Ontario on the rock ‘n’ roll map as they have, in true road warrior style, relentlessly been tearing through Europe, the US and Canada opening for the mighty bands including; Gun’s n Roses, Slash,  ZZ Top, and Rival Sons  as well as stepping up for blistering sets at Hammerfest and Download Festival in the U.K.

The months on the road has served to improve them as a band, just as it should, fundamentally because they looked around and learned. “Touring the last record we’ve been privileged to play with a lot of great headlining acts,” says guitarist Jeremy Widerman. “For instance, when we opened for Slash we would pick up on how accurately he controls the Wah pedal, and we wanted to include some of that in our own songs. Or touring with Alice In Chains and watching their vocal harmonies and realising that we needed to strengthen up in that area – so we did. There are so many little ways to hone our sound.”

If the album has a theme, it would be a steadfast refusal to be beaten down. Opener Why Are You Not Rocking? sets the tone, as out of your speakers it blasts the declaration “I don’t care about the weather, the band is here to play, I don’t care about tomorrow, we’re not going any way, all I see is right now, people together…rock n roll might save your life, might save your life tonight” before it throws down the battle cry “release your mind, set your spirit free”

“Yeah that’s it, basically,” Jon Harvey nods. “It’s a theme that we touch upon a lot. We’re saying don’t give up. Don’t put yourself down. I’m not a preacher but it’s important that message gets driven home.”

 

MonsterTruck1_byBrooksReynoldsMonster Truck are:

Jon Harvey (Vocals & Bass)
Jeremy Widerman (Guitar & Vocals)
Brandon Bliss (Organ & Vocals)
Steve Kiely (Drums & Vocals)