EPIC adventure | off Kilter

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off Kilter

by EPIC adventure

"A heady collective of blues & slow rock inspired riffs & rumblings that some will draw comparisons with Pearl Jam's slower moments & others may look towards the blues/riffage of Led Zeppelin, while still others may look at the blues masters of old"
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1. Rosa Roja
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2. Epic Adventure
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3. Giant Steps
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4. Dreams
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"Epic Adventure is a rock trio from Los Angeles, California. The 4-track "Off Kilter" is their debut CD, and it is already gaining a lot of attention on the American and international college radio scene. This CD has garnered airplay from the University of Alabama to college radio in Edinburgh, Scotland."
Jennifer LaytonXXIndie-music.com


Michael Viscuso (vocals and guitars) is the songwriter and driving force behind this band. His songwriting is
impressive, especially in the opening track "Rosa Roja." The stop-and-go momentum of this song punctuates the music, which feels like an attempted conversation. He asks the woman about her feelings for him, and then the music stops, as if waiting for an answer.


"The opening track "Rosa Roja" is my track of choice, having an excellent melody that will draw you into the song, as well as an unusual vocal performance that's quite edgy."


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hoodun


Epic Adventure's debut release "Off Kilter" is intense. Mike Viscuso's deep hollow voice is out of this world, literally. it sounds almost haunted as does the music which accompanies it. their songs are an interesting mix of rock and blues that wander in mood. from a deep introspective rock base Epic Adventure meanders into some wild twangy blues jams that are simply awesome. these wild jams are the real gems of the cd. mixed in though out they lift each song to a new level and are particularly noticeable in "epic adventure" and "giant steps". "dreams" takes a similar path but is a bit more straight forward, slowly working itself into a powerful closing jam. so if you are ready for a wild ride, click and enjoy... Jeff Hepfer Burn your Radio
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niwi


Man, who is that bass player? He totally rocks! When are you guys coming to NYC?
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hoodun


niwi call me 877-466-6529 book us and we will come [This message has been edited by hoodun (edited September 30, 1999).] [This message has been edited by hoodun (edited September 30, 1999).]
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mongo music man


This band rocks! I dig their website too.
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hoodun


EPIC ADVENTURE - OFF KILTER A San Francisco based 3 piece by the looks of things, who forwarded only a scant bio by email, giving me not a lot to work from in the way of background. Fortunately, the band's music stands on it's own merit, a heady collective of blues & slow rock inspired riffs & rumblings that some will draw comparisons with bands like Pearl Jam's slower moments & others may look towards the blues/riffage of Led Zeppelin, while still others may look at the blues masters of old. The opening track "Rosa Roja" is my track of choice, having an excellent melody that will draw you into the song, as well as an unusual vocal performance that's quite edgy. The remaining 3 songs here are also very interesting, putting a somewhat different spin on the sound, plus bringing in an excellent lead guitar section that puts it's stamp across the length of the ep. Pick of these 3 songs for me was "Giant Steps", which has a great slow rolling pace. The production is also of interest, primarily because there's a definite 'live' feel to the sound which reminds me of the sound of vinyl albums, for want of a better term, sounding 'warm', in the same way a lot of hi fi buffs like the sound of valve amps. Definitely a band doing interesting things. Terry Allen 'heard Magazine Australia
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