"Sacrifice it All" is jam-packed with power. “Let Me Be,” the lead single, has been selected as pick of the week by Nikki Sixx on his show, Sixx Sense.
Bay City, MI (PRWEB) March 08, 2012
Finding Clyde releases "Sacrifice it All" and it's jam-packed with power. “Let Me Be,” the lead single, has been selected as pick of the week by Nikki Sixx on his show, Sixx Sense.
"It doesn’t matter if you hear a song of theirs blasting at an arena event, pounding away on the radio, cranking on your stereo from their CD, or via your iPod it all sounds the same – great!" - Rick “The Screamer” Lindner, Alternative Revolt Magazine
"[Finding Clyde] packs a powerful rock sound" - Richie Frieman, Pens Eye View
"Sacrifice It All is a fantastic album worth every bit of your attention" - Bam Bam, Away Team
The strength that Bay City, Michigan-based hard rock quartet Finding Clyde’s "Sacrifice it All" delivers is an uncommon combination of simple, chord-driven rock melodies and innovative composition. Joe Rivard’s melodic vocals and overdrive-heavy rhythm guitar act as a solid foundation for the rhythm section of Marc Scott (drums) and Tony Rivard (bass). Jack Neymeiyer’s inventive use of effects and raw skill on lead guitar complement the rhythm section very well and help complete this formidable outfit of hard rockers. Having shared the stage with artists such as Buckcherry, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Slash, Alice Cooper, Pop Evil, Stone Temple Pilots, Egypt Central, and 3 Doors Down, the members of Finding Clyde have proved their ability to perform both on-stage and in-studio.
"Sacrifice it All" is jam-packed with power. “Let Me Be,” the lead single, has been climbing the Active Rock Radio charts from Idaho to Texas, Oklahoma, and throughout the group's home state of Michigan, reaching #39 on the charts and selected as pick of the week by Nikki Sixx on his show, Sixx Sense. The title track, “Sacrifice It All,” exemplifies the band’s use of forceful, chord-heavy guitar style, loud drums, and cleaner-sounding bass lines that are juxtaposed flawlessly against the intense guitar harmonies. “Answer Me,” Finding Clyde’s power ballad, bound to draw comparisons to Stone Temple Pilots’ “Plush” commands the listener’s attention with passion and anger along with vocals reminiscent of Scott Weiland. “Get Higher,” the album’s opening track, is destined to be right on the heels of “Let Me Be” as the next big single from this album, with a driving bass line, killer guitar solo, and soulful rock vocals.
"Sacrifice It All" was recorded, mixed, and produced by Chuck Alkazian (Trust Company, Pop Evil, Teddy Porter, Saving Abel, Bobaflex) at Pearl Sound Studios in Detroit, MI and mastered by Scott Hull (Ani Difranco, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springstein, Elvis Costello, and Sting) at Masterdisk in New York City.
If you have any questions, comments or would like to set up an interview don’t hesitate to contact Melissa Zeigler(at)Powderfingerpromo(dot)com. You can learn more about Finding Clyde and see their latest show dates on their website at http://www.findingclyde.com