Heavy AmericA’s New Killer Riff Rock Groove

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Regular readers of The Static Dive know Heavy AmericA well. The Boston rockers first appeared here way back in 2019 with their single “Motor Honey (Peace).” That track introduced us to the genre-busting power trio of Michael T. Seguin (guitar & vocals), Dan Fried (drums) and Budd Lapham (bass). Since dropping that Metal-fueled nugget, the band has delivered psychedelic grooves on “If You Really Care” and the classic Alt-Rock vibes of “Crushed.”

“Call You Tomorrow” is the latest single and video from Heavy AmericA, released worldwide to all major streaming services on October 15, 2021. On the new track, the eclectic trio is back to basics with a big, fat Rock banger. With amps cranked to 11 the band rides a low-string riff, reminiscent of classic Black Sabbath with a touch of early STP.

As the band lays down a thunderous rhythm, Sequin sings of the general malaise and depression inherent to the confused and chaotic world of the 2020s. Or as he says, “It’s not okay, when every day feels like shit.” Michael intersperses that narrative with some smoking Acid Rock wah-wah guitar. The pulsing heartbeat of the tune is that killer riff. There is nothing more Rock & Roll than a great band riding a simple E-string groove with ample volume and distortion, and Heavy AmericA does it right.

Check out the video for “Call You Tomorrow” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with the band, and rock out.

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