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One In The Chamber Releases "Itchin' Back" Music Video, As Premiered By The Spill Magazine
Having released their debut studio EP, I've Got Something To Say..., on September 22nd, 2018, One In The Chamber has been compared to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Mötley Crüe, Soundgarden, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Guns N Roses, among others. I've Got Something To Say... was named Canadian EP Of 2018 by Canadian Beats and their readers with the music video for "Bills To Pay" being nominated for Rock Video Of The Year as a part of Dropout Entertainment's Independent Music Video Awards. Now, One In The Chamber is gearing up for the release of their second music video ever for "Itchin' Back"!
"Itchin' Back" sees One In The Chamber reunite with director Diego del Río, who also shot the video; was produced by del Río, Kathleen Fobert, and One In The Chamber; and was edited by Fobert. As a staple to the band's live show, “Itchin’ Back” - the closing track off the EP - seamlessly blends their classic rock, ‘90s, and modern alternative rock influences.
The video explores the often internal conflict between chasing one’s passion while balancing regular, conforming responsibilities. It’s a juxtaposing collision that hits all aspiring musicians, but just like Bon Scott said, “It’s a long way to the top if you wanna rock & roll”. There is a dangerous sense of liberation in being an artist; it's a risk not all are willing to take.
I've Got Something To Say... was recorded at the legendary Phase One Studios (The Tragically Hip, Rush, Alice Cooper) with producer Murray Daigle (Serena Ryder, Platinum Blonde). The EP has also racked up over 60,000 Spotify streams while receiving airplay across North America, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, France, and The UK. The band has also been featured on 94.9 The Rock as a Generation Next featured artist.
Since Forming in 2015, the band has tirelessly performed throughout Toronto - including performances at The Horseshoe Tavern, Adelaide Hall, and The Opera House - and across Ontario, along with an international performance at The MGM Grand, Las Vegas.
One In The Chamber has shared the stage with Scott Weiland, Derek St. Holmes, Super Troupe, and Darby Mills, while also appearing on the same festival bill as the likes of The Offspring, Live, Ill Scarlet, and Sumo Cyco.
Having performed at numerous festivals throughout Ontario, One In The Chamber were also a part of Epidemic Music Group's Guinness World Record Breaking Concert, which ran for over 16 days. In the last year, the band released their first ever music video for "Bills To Pay" ahead of I've Got Something To Say... and were also featured live on Toronto's CP24.
Catch One In The Chamber Live!
I've Got Something To Say... Summer 2019 Tour:
June 7 - Oshawa, Ontario @ The Diezel Room (w/Trampa & Dandy Lyon Wine)
June 22 - Toronto, Ontario @ The Bovine Sex Club (w/Drop Top Alibi, Jailbirds, Sexbeat, & The Lef7overs)
June 28 - London, Ontario @ Old East 765
July 20 - Brampton, Ontario @ Spot 1 Grill & Music Hall
August 1 - Barrie, Ontario @ The Foxx Lounge (w/The Motorleague & The Carl Rundown Band)
August 9 - Mississauga, Rock The Coliseum Festival @ Celebration Square
August 30 - Streetsville, Ontario @ Streetsville Square
September 22 - Toronto, Ontario @ The Bovine Sex Club (I've Got Something To Say... Anniversary Concert)
One In The Chamber Is:
Mike Biase - Lead Vocals & Guitar
Cecil Eugene - Lead Guitar & Vocals
Christian Dotto - Bass
Gerrod Harris - Drums
Praise For One In The Chamber:
"Edgier and quite unpredictable... A thrilling ride... One In The Chamber has something to say, and, after this, we're listening"
"Think of a cocktail combination of Led Zeppelin and Motley Crue"
"They are raw rock & roll"
"The songs feel incredibly plush with gritty riffs, screaming vocals and a beat you can bang your head to with enough swagger it would cause Mick Jagger to take notice!"
"One In The Chamber captures a very classic 1970's authentic rock & roll feel."
"Imagine if Motley Crue and Alice In Chains hooked up and had a metal baby that wasn’t as much of an asshole and wasn’t strung out on heroin. That is what you get here with One In The Chamber’s ‘Bills To Pay’"
“Drawing comparisons all the way from Led Zeppelin and Motörhead to Black Keys and Heavens Basement; this is the kind of timeless music that would fit in any decade”
“The band’s own version of hard rock adopts elements and characteristics traditional to the genre, yet manages to incorporate a slightly southern style too, something akin to that of Pantera”
"Like Queens Of The Stone Age crossed with Buckcherry"
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