For a genre rooted in rebellion, Rock music has a lot of rules we're supposed to follow, don't you think? What's a genuine music junkie who still has passion, ideas, and a love for the process of making something new expected to do when they can't find enough other people to start a new band? After they've experienced all the highs and lows of over 30 years spent playing in bands do they quit, sell their gear and take up knitting? If you're Steve Dearnley you take a pragmatic approach and create Hertz Horn, playing everything but the Drums as well as writing, producing and mixing the whole thing yourself. Drumming duties are handled by the obscenely talented Joe Lazarus of Voodoo Six, whose phenomenal playing gives Hertz Horn the strongest foundation possible. The result takes in many avenues of Hard Rock and Metal, joining them up into a cohesive, uniquely blended sound. The Debut EP "Sentinels" is about to be followed by the first of three new singles which have contiguous artwork that when viewed together will create one large piece, as always created by Matt Young. "Phantom Limb" is a no nonsense, upbeat, bouncy rocker telling the tale of an imploding relationship in the style of a 30's horror movie. More singles will follow in 2022.
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