- Dirty Rock & Roll Straight From The Heart Of Toronto -
One In The Chamber Releases New Single "Blow" Premiered By The Spill Magazine
Since the release of their 2018 debut studio EP, One In The Chamber has been compared to the likes of Guns N' Roses, Led Zeppelin, Velvet Revolver, Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Mötley Crüe. "Blow" is Toronto's answer to the new wave of rock & roll driven by the likes of Greta Van Fleet, Dirty Honey, Blacktop Mojo, The Wild, and Them Evils. Entirely independent, dirty rock & roll straight from the heart of Toronto throw "Blow" on rotation and crank up the stereo. One In The Chamber is best enjoyed at 11.
"Blow" sees One In The Chamber return to Toronto's Phase One Studios (Rush, Alice Cooper, The Tragically Hip) with producer Murray Daigle and engineer Mike Smith at the helm. The FACTOR supported project is the latest release from One In The Chamber, following their 2019 music video for "Itchin' Back" and is their first new track since 2018. Furthermore, the music video sees the band reunite with Director Diego del Río and Video Producer Kathleen Fobert to deliver a modern, neon haze visual that pairs perfectly with the studio recording.
"Blow" is their first release since 2018's I've Got Something To Say...,their award winning debut studio EP. Since it's release, the track has amassed over 27,000 streams on Spotify, has been featured on radio networks throughout North America, Austrailia, and The UK, and has been compared to the likes of Led Zeppelin, Mötley Crüe, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and Guns N' Roses, and has been featured on Loudwire's Weekly Wire Spotify playlist.
Previously, One In The Chamber has released their award winning and celebrated 2018 debut studio EP, I've Got Something To Say....The EP has racked up over 100,000 Spotify streams along with international radio play. The EP spawned music videos for singles "Bills To Pay" and "Itchin' Back" and would be named Canadian EP of 2018 by Canadian Beats Both music videos would be nominated for Independent Rock Video of 2018 & 2019 by Dropout Entertainment, and the band would be featured live on Toronto's CP24.
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. Their 2019 Summer Tour culminated with their sold-out Indie Week Festival debut opening for The Wild.
One In The Chamber has shared the stage with Scott Weiland, Derek St. Holmes, and Darby Mills, while also appearing on the same festival bill as the likes of The Offspring, Live, Ill Scarlet, and Sumo Cyco. One In The Chamber was also a part of Epidemic Music Group's Guinness World Record Breaking Concert, which ran for over 16 days.
With the release of "Blow", One In The Chamber are back having cut their teeth on the live circuit. With a refined and gritty take on the current new wave of classic rock, One In The Chamber are set to make 2020 their biggest year yet.
One In The Chamber Is:
Mike Biase - Lead Vocals & Guitar
Cecil Eugene - Lead Guitar
Christian Dotto - Bass
Gerrod Harris -Drums
Connect with One In The Chamber:
Catch One In The Chamber Live!
All Spring Performances Have Been Canceled Due To The Ongoing Covid-19 Outbreak.
More Summer Dates TBA
June 30th - Rock The Boat Festival, Toronto
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"
For any inquiries, please contact Gerrod Harris at
Connect with One In The Chamber: