One-Eyed Doll returns to NYC at long last for their Halloween Tour and brings along Stitched Up Heart, Run 2 Cover, Candy Brain and Unholy Dispute. This is going to be a fun-filled night for sure.
I’ve been a bit of a behind the scenes fan of the band Stitched Up Heart for a couple of years now based on my true enjoyment of their musical output that I first heard on their self-titled EP which was reviewed on the PiercingMetal website HERE. While that has been on the site for awhile and I truly need to add more of their works to the review database this single few tunes easily brings you into their world and with my seeing the band at long last in concert on Sunday, I wanted to share their recently released video “Finally Free” with the Metal Masses. Check it out below and then we can banter a little bit.
“STITCHED UP HEART have forged their path in sheer passion and earned their keep in physicality and volume. Both on the road and in the studio, frontwoman Mixi and the Los Angeles-based quintet face 2016 and their forthcoming Another Century debut with brazen confidence. “Finally Free” is the clarion call for the band’s day of reckoning. Recorded by producer Mitch Marlow and captured on video by director Ron Underwood (also known as the high-flying frontman for labelmates, 9ELECTRIC), “Finally Free” delivers on the promise hinted at on their self-released EP, Skeleton Key. Stitched Up Heart’s days of self-booked national van tours and Mixi being a Revolver “Hottest Chicks” mainstay was merely the beginning. Driven by a new level of sonic confidence and topped with the frontwoman’s soaring vocal verve, it’s the sound of a band unapologetically coming into its own”.
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Artist: Stitched Up Heart
Label: Independent Artist
Release Date: 11/22/2010
Genre: Melodic Metalcore
I never thought that I would thank the likes of a Social Network such as Google+ in finding out about a band and I realize that this might sound strange to you conventional music fans who do this all the time. The reason is simply based on when you are an active reviewer of the scene’s provisions you are literally bombarded by emails from press representatives, managers and sometimes bands themselves who are all vying for your time as it applies to their talents. Despite the relatively full plate I was intrigued by the California based Melodic Metalcore band called Stitched Up Heart and their tasty three track EP so I wanted to use the time to talk to you a little about them in hopes you find them of similar appeal. The band has only been around since 2010 and according to some research has done the Warped Tour along with some other notable appearances. Fronted by the energetic and very visual vocalist Mixi, they infuse some Punk angle into high energy Rock and in the end left me feeling they were a brand of Melodic Metalcore but one that does not use growling vocals and instead keep it on the clean side for the most part. I had to say that I really liked Mixi’s vocal register as well as her unique look.
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