Albatross Overdrive (Stay)
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Appearance Date: 07/12/2013
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Albatross Overdrive is a heavy rock band formed in early 2005. The nucleus is made up of Art Campos on vocals, Rodney Peralta on drums, Andrew Luddy on guitar and Davey Obade on bass guitar. Working hard yet naturally to write songs to accompany influences ranging from bands like UFO, Mountain, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden, to Clutch, Rage against the Machine and Pearl Jam. Albatross Overdrive hit the local bar and club scene to test their live performance. During the live performances and between studio practice, Albatross Overdrive recorded a 5 song demo with local engineer Derek Phillips loosely titled Songs for the Road. After settling into their own, the sound of Albatross Overdrive had reached a new level. Live shows seemed to prove what they were capable of and what they had to offer. In 2010 the band released a full length 11 song album. During the recording sessions Rodney has been coined the "one take wonder" and continues to awe the rest of his band mates. The guitars are nothing less than inspirational...according to the band and Davey...well, let's just say he lives the life of an 80 year old retiree that just happens to love bass guitar more than beer. After completing the recording they purchase an old tour bus named "Oh Susannah" once used by Lynyrd Skynyrd and set out to play anywhere they could book regionally. Late 2013 marks the release of Albatross Overdrive's sophomore album. The band is currently back in the studio with engineer Derek Phillips and sessions continue to motivate the band for new adventures. Non image based rock and roll...Clint Eastwood never wore make up or painted his nails and neither should you.
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