A NORTHUMBERLAND dark rock group is unveiling a monster of a second album.
Sorry For Nothing rose up from the dust of several different bands in 2001. The trio from Morpeth and Widdrington had honed their craft over time and decided it was time to set off on a new adventure in music.
Rob Lowdon (vocals and guitar), Stu Sewell (bass) and John Lowdon (drums) have since set about making rock that doesn’t compromise and their new album Psycho Monster Resurrection strides on from their iTunes featured debut everse Evolution.
The second album is classically dark and comes laden with heavy guitar riffs and rhythm. It was put together over a year’s solid work in the Mill Studios, Alnwick, produced by Ally Lee.
Influenced by the likes of Black Sabbath, Clutch, Trouble and Motorhead, ‘the Nothing’ proudly give the audience fuzzed-up elephantine grooves, screaming guitar leads and vocals with hair on them.
A CD album launch party gig will be held at the Bubbles Bar in Ashington on Sunday, January 30. Doors open at 7.30pm.
It will be released on digital services the next day.
For more information about the band, visit www.chevstar.com and www.myspace.com/sorryfornothing