Somebody needed to pick up the torch for hard rock and heavy metal with real grit and gusto without a gimmick. Enter Who On Earth. The New Jersey quartet—Andrew Couche [vocals], Pete Rizzi [bass], Joe D’Aqui [drums], and Bruce Gatewood [guitar] —deliver a one-two punch of hard-hitting hooks and airtight instrumentation bolted down by pummeling grooves and piercing riffs. With virtuoso guest guitarist and producer Mike Orlando [Adrenaline Mob, Noturnall] in their corner, the musicians pay homage to rock’s past as they usher in its future on their independent full-length debut, Blame.
It all gestated from a question…“We wanted to fill in the blank of ‘Who On Earth is going to bring back good rock and metal?’,” explains Pete. “We grew up on the new wave of British heavy metal and classic rock. We went through grunge and other great genres of metal. We wanted to resurrect the focus on melodies, hooks, sing-along choruses and guitar solos. We went back to our roots, yet upgraded everything with modern production.”
It was a great pleasure to have Andrew & Pete on the Interview to talk on the debut album “Blame” and much more, Check out the Interview on the YouTube video below.
DOWN & OUT
WE DON’T BELONG HERE
SET ME FREE
MONSTER IN A JAR
ON THE BRINK
WATCH THE FIRES BURN