The Heavy Hustle’s ‘Periphery’ Is Well-Done, Hard-Hitting Alt-Rock

6 15 18 The Heavy Hustle.jpgThe Heavy Hustle’s ‘Periphery’ is well-done, eclectic alternative rock. The band says they “were looking to push the genre-boundaries, by blending punk, funk, pop and prog, with a dash of each as the song progresses.” These guys do a great job of melding compelling melodies with hard-hitting grooves. The untethered guitar work which fluctuates between hardcore breakdowns and soaring prog-influenced interludes is really something new. Behind the guitars, a well-practiced rhythm section keeps everything in check. It should be noted that the vocals on here are top notch. If you’re a fan of The Mars Volta or Coheed and Cambria you should definitely give this a listen. Check out ‘Periphery’ below!

https://theheavyhustle.bandcamp.com/

https://www.theheavyhustle.com/


Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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