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From Eonian Records:

Party, Heaven, Hell, Whatever! MAD ANTHONY - Bay Area's biggest party band signs to Eonian!

Indianapolis, Indiana - Hailing from San Francisco, California, MAD ANTHONY was hands down the BEST unsigned ROCK band of the mid-'80s packing MASSIVE grooves and KILLER hooks from stacks of Marshall amps. ARGUABLY one of the most anticipated releases by the Eonian team in the past decade and that is saying ALOT!

The Bay Area has remained an important musical epic center since the rise of the counterculture movement in the 1960s. From musical experimentation to thrash, San Francisco and its neighboring areas have produced some of the most important musical groups in the last handful of decades from the Grateful Dead, Journey, Metallica, Night Ranger, Sammy Hagar, Y & T, just to name a few.

From this musical epic center, MAD ANTHONY stood at the top of the mountain of ROCK Bands. They conquered the Bay Area music scene with a vengeance and then started chipping away at the LA music scene. But, the Bay Area was home and there was no other. MAD ANTHONY shows often sold out beyond capacity. In fact, MAD ANTHONY was the only unsigned band to EVER sell out the famed Omni which had a 900+ capacity.

MAD ANTHONY was also all about a huge party, good times, the prettiest ladies, and always ended the night by pulling the crowd onstage for 'Big Ole Long Red Hot Rod!' Club owners would lock their bars at 2 am and let the band party all night long ...no holds barred! The crowds never left and only got bigger. MAD ANTHONY loved their fans and their primary goal was to give them the best show the Bay Area had to offer.

Produced & recorded by Grammy-winning producer, mixing engineer, songwriter, and arranger STEVE FONTANO whose endless recording credits include Cher, David Bowie, Huey Lewis and the News, and INXS. ALSO, recording numerous shredders from Mike Varney's SHRAPNEL RECORDS such as Apocrypha, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, Phantom Blue, Racer X, Richie Kotzen, Tony MacAlpine, Vicious Rumors, and Vinnie Moore just to name a few.

Re-mastered by mixing and mastering engineer ROB BEATON which include recording credits with Guns n’ Roses, Heathen, Sammy Hagar, The Sea Hags, Warrant, Y & T, and many more.

 

MAD ANTHONY is:

Rick Burnell on Lead Vocals

Ralph Longo on Guitar/Acoustic Guitar

Mark ‘Freeze’ Freseman on Guitar

Bryan ‘Coach’ Lujan on Bass

James Bohn on Drums

 

MAD ANTHONY Tracklist:

1. Just My Type

2. Party Town

3. I'm The One

4. Mother's Little Helper

5. Falling Out Of Love

6. Backstage Boogie

7. Face To Lace

8. Stay With Me

9. Tonight We Ride

10. When We Touch

11. Big Long Red Hot Rod

12. Rock A Little Harder

 

 

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Quick update,its set for a 27th August release date and is titled "Party Heaven Hell Whatever" sounds good to me   :)

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13 hours ago, Metal T said:

Doesn't sound to bad...The 2 guitarists and bass player were in 'Rattleshake'....another Eonian' band.

Loved that release  :)

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