someonElse - Alternative Hard Rock from NYC(Links) Sept 7, 2012 9:56:20 GMT -6
Post by someonelse on Sept 7, 2012 9:56:20 GMT -6
David DeCeglie – Vocals
Eric Cire – Guitar
Paul Rodriguez – Guitar
Anthony Brucale – Bass
Cory Goonan – Drums
Frustrated with the downfall of their former band, Juniper Sky (Textbook music), vocalist David DeCeglie, guitarist Eric Cire, and drummer Cory Goonan decided to push forward. In order to achieve their desired heavy, melodic tone, a change in musical direction was needed. After recruiting life-long friend, bassist Anthony Brucale, they started writing material for their debut album, “The Doomed,” which would be produced, recorded, mixed and mastered entirely by the band. Shortly after the album’s completion, the decision was made to recruit a second guitar player in order to reproduce the album’s sonic landscape, and thus, guitarist Paul Rodriguez joined the collective.
Though turbulent past experiences may deter most people, someonElse manages to rise from the ashes anew, demanding attention whether you like it or not.
“SomeonElse will hit you in the face with everything they have, and you will want the beat down to continue.”
- Radio J, Radio J Show(May 31, 2012)
“The production, by the band themselves, is powerful, dynamic and nice. All in all this is a really nice album that I’d be happy to recommend to fans of modern, melodic, proggy and interesting metal.”
- Janne Stark, Stark Music Reviews (Mar 08, 2012)
“Melding a refreshing batch of modern heavy elements together with detailed song structures that challenge the listener, someonElse offers an abundance of strong material for fans of bands such as 36 Crazy Fists, Finch, Karnivool, and Fair to Midland. "
- Mike SOS, Ear Candy Mag (Apr 23, 2012)
“The song [Winter in July] is like a powerful Chuck Norris roundhouse kick and should knock many people right out.”
- Chris Gonda, Pure Grain Audio (Mar 05, 2012)
“Their debut LP is a solid punk-rock influenced record that demonstrates excellent and catchy guitar work, ferocious drums, solid basslines and powerful vocals… Definitely support this upcoming band.”
- Ilias G., Most Def! (Dec 05, 2011)
“SomeonElse should probably consider renaming themselves Something Else, as that’s exactly what they are. They are heavy, tight and best of all a f**king great band. Mixing alternative rock with post-hardcore and turning everything up to 11 is the kind of thing the industry needs right now.”
- Michael Heming, Rock Reviews 24/7 (Dec 05, 2011)