Heavy Metal Records Signing Announcement: N.A.S.H.

Heavy Metal Records Signing Announcement: N.A.S.H.


HEAVY METAL RECORDS PROUDLY ANNOUNCE WORLDWIDE DEAL WITH N.A.S.H. TO RELEASE THE SOPHOMORE ALBUM BY NEW YORK’S BRIGHTEST HOPE FOR ROCK ‘N’ ROLL

The label that brought you albums by Witchfinder General, Amebix, Scorpions and Diamond Head, together with the management group responsible for Suffocation, Origin and Cattle Decapitation, are very proud to announce their collaboration on the release of Incredible Villains, the sophomore album by N.A.S.H.

N.A.S.H

"N.a.s.H. has a strong sense of community and a desire for connection with its fan base. Now that we have partnered with Heavy Metal Records, a record label with both an impressive roster and focus on developing their artists, our band’s music and ideals stand ready to make an impact on the music world. With the Heavy Metal logo on our forthcoming album, our music will reach ears in places we would never have imagined. Nothing can stop us now!" - N.A.S.H

Following on from their independently released debut Regain the Highground, N.A.S.H. are taking their gritty blues rock sound to new heights, with Incredible Villains boasting some of the catchiest choruses in modern rock music. From humble beginnings that saw the three Nash brothers jamming in their basement through the addition of a fourth member and eventually support slots with such artists as Doyle of Misfits fame, there has been no more exciting time to jump on the N.A.S.H. bandwagon!

 

Watch N.A.S.H.’s live performance of “October” here: https://youtu.be/UkLUCE1iKMc

 

Check out the debut album Regain the Highground here: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1213103891?ls=1&app=itunes

 

Follow N.A.S.H. on Facebook for more info, links to their debut album and updates for the upcoming release of Incredible Villains. Click here for more: www.facebook.com/Nashvoice

 

N.A.S.H. is:

Bryan Nash – Vocals & Rhythm Guitar

Dylan Johnson – Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals

Joe Nash – Bass & Backing Vocals

James Nash – Drums & Crazy

Interview With Pete Kent: ClunkMag

Music | Interview | Pete Kent

ClunkMag: March 20th 2016

Written By Kieran Webber

I want to start by saying thanks for taking the time to do this Q&A! How are things and what have you been up to? 

It’s a pleasure thanks for asking me. Things are great, I’m very busy with the album release and I’ve been filming some new videos this week, between teaching and gigs. It’s all great fun.

For those who haven’t heard of you how would you explain your music to them? 

I play a style of guitar called fingerstyle. It’s basically multi tasking on one instrument. I play bass lines and percussion with my thumb whilst picking the rhythm and vocal melody with my fingers. I write my own songs and also play covers from many genres.

When was it you started to play music? 

I began playing the guitar when I was about 9 or 10.

Was the guitar the first instrument you learnt? 

My mother played piano when I was a child so that was the first instrument I played. I stopped playing piano after a few months though as I discovered the guitar!!!

What is being a musician to you ?

I feel very lucky to be a musician. The feeling of writing a good piece of music and seeing people enjoy what I play live is a buzz like no other.

Your latest release ‘The Hidden Hand’ what can listeners expect from it? 

I’m very excited about the new record. I’ve tried to mix the dynamics more on this album,there are uptempo in your face fast technical pieces, some old classic covers and also some emotional ballads. The title track has dance music, metal and classical influences.

Is there any particular influence behind ‘The Hidden Hand’ ? 

I have many influences but I don’t have one particular style that I regularly listen too. I like well written melodic pop songs but I listen to anything from Hip hop to Heavy metal so I guess there’s probably a bit of everything in my writing.

What artists or people influenced you start making music ? 

I grew up listening to heavy rock bands mainly, at this point I started copying guitarists like Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Jimmy Page etc. Later on I discovered acoustic players like Andy McKee, Tommy Emmanuel and Chet Atkins, it was these players that inspired me to improve and write my own music as a solo performer.

When writing new material how do you go about it do you let the music flow through you or is it something that is rigorous ? 

When I write I usually don’t intend to do so. Ideas usually come when I’m practising and if I come across something that touches me then I go with it. My best songs and ideas usually come all at once so I record myself playing and pick the best bits when I listen back. When I choose cover versions I usually pick songs that I like and will work in the fingerstyle method. I’ve had a lot of interest in my last video, a cover of “The Way It Is” by Bruce Hornsby. It was shared by Acoustic Guitar Magazine in USA and has opened a lot of doors for me. I now get requests from all over the world for new arrangements of covers. It’s a lovely feeling that I’m getting a lot of recognition as I’ve only been a professional player for 18 months.

Lastly, what can we expect from you in 2016?

I’m hoping to gig as much as possible and am hoping to get over to play some dates in USA later in the year.

Interview Sourced From: https://clunkmag.com/2016/03/20/music-interview-pete-kent/

Aaaaaannnnndddd….It’s Here!

Today is the day, Pete Kent’s fantastic new album “The Hidden Hand,” is released! It’s a wonderful record and quite a few of you have already bought the album! Didn’t pre-order? Never fear! We still have a few special ones left over, so you can email us at sales@revolver.coop OR call us on 01902 345 345 to order the new album at £10. You can also still bundle it with “The Sands Of Time,” for £15 FOR A LIMITED TIME!

As for other new releases, we’re working on them as we speak. A few may be revealed very very soon…

NEW RELEASE!

Here at Revolver Records, we’re always working hard to bring you some of the best and most exciting new music. A few years ago, an incredible finger style guitarist by the name of Pete Kent released his debut album, ‘The Sands Of Time,” with us and showed the world that it’s not just the metal scene that can produce incredibly dextrous and talented guitarists. Now, he’s back with his new record “The Hidden Hand,” which we can exclusively reveal will be released….

MONDAY MAY 16TH.

We’re working on some special pre-order deals at the moment, so keep your eyes out for that, but right now, we can tell you that this record will be the soundtrack to your summer. We’re not going to give too much away just yet, but when we have finalised everything, you’ll hear it here first.

Be ready to be mesmerised by The Hidden Hand.

Cadzi Just A Second Too Late

Just A Second Too Late

Just A Second Too Late

Cadzi Just A Second Too Late

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(2010)

About:

Just A Second Too Late, is an EP from the frontman of Ground Zero, Cadzi. It is an exploration in what he can do away from his band, a mix of hip-hop and industrial, 2 genres that combine well, creating soundscapes that both intrigue and haunt. This EP moves slowly through Cadzi’s solo work, keeping you hooked throughout. This is a short but sweet trip through the world of Cadzi.

For fans of: Nine Inch Nails, Mesh, Inertia

Track Listing:Revolver (classic logo) - TEXT ONLY (large)

  1. Last Dance
  2. Modern World
  3. Just A Sec Too Late
  4. Left Behind Alone

Buy Just A Second Before It's Too Late!