New Rock Supergroup SOMETHING UNTO NOTHING (S.U.N.) Releases Debut Album
New rock supergroup Something Unto Nothing (S.U.N.)--featuring multi-platinum Canadian vocalist and Juno Award winner SASS JORDAN, BRIAN TICHY on guitar (Whitesnake, Billy Idol, Foreigner, Ozzy), MICHAEL DEVIN on bass (Whitesnake, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience, Kenny Wayne Shepherd) and drummer TOMMY STEWART (Godsmack, Lo Pro, Everclear, Fuel)--has physically released their debut full-length self-titled album in stores nationwide on Robo Records with distribution through Fontana/Universal Music.
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The album's first single "I'm The One" is currently spinning at classic rock radio nationwide and a recently released music video for the song has been viewed over 16,000 times on YouTube. With footage from the band's November 20 show at the Key Club in Los Angeles celebrating the digital release of the album, the video showcases S.U.N.'s non-stop, high-octane live performance. Watch it now here:http://youtu.be/7NktMr8Sjqk.
S.U.N's debut album is explosive, crushing, real and soulful with its natural fusion of blues and rock. James Wood of GuitarWorld.com raved, "S.U.N.'s debut album is reminiscent of the classic big album sounds of the 1970s. It's raw, real music from the days when records were played on a turntable and cranked up to 10." (11/28/12) A full-page review in Drum! Magazine noted, "...a slab of blues-based rock that might have been blasting from a Camaro's 8-track in the summer of '71...Sass Jordan wails like a congregant called forth to testify on the eve of judgment day. A vocalist in the Janis Joplin mold, the singer hits all the highs and lows...[Tichy] is not only an accomplished shredder; he drives the tracks with his unfussy, supportive playing...his killer guitar tone-a thick, dripping snarl-is the best thing about his playing in S.U.N....Something Unto Nothing dips deeply into the '70s canon, but in targeted, discrete ways..." (January 2013).