AMPLIFIED HEAT continues the Texas tradition of pure, fearless rock and roll at crushing, soul-shaking volume. Hold up a match at an Amplified Heat show and it might light itself. Based on a tradition of bone rattling blues, Amplified Heat take the direct approach to intense riff slinging, pulling no punches and delivering the real deal with every sonic tsunami they unleash. The brothers Ortiz have a long and storied history of peeling paint and damaging eardrums around the country and are proud to announce the imminent release of their new record. See Amplified Heat deal out the real Texas take-no-prisoners evil blues-enslaved rock and roll and be reminded why you crave it in the first place.
American Killers’ music is aggressive, intense, melodic, heavy rock. During live performances Eddie Underwood leaps around on stage screaming lyrics at the top of his lungs while his feedback soaked, explosive fuzz rocket ship guitar tone screams and pounds mesmerizing Zeppelin on steroids style riffs. Matt Underwood’s bombastic drumming is a force to be reckoned with as he punishes his over-sized Ludwig drums like mammoths stampeding on the tundra. Joe Finocchio’s bass playing ranges from raunchy as all hell to beautiful and melodic. As a whole the group puts out a wall of sound so big for three guys that it sounds more like four or five.
Big guitar, big drums, uncompromisingly loud.