TANTRIC Returns with 5th Studio Album Release Titled '37 Channels
Tantric, Pavement Entertainment
The platinum-selling rock band Tantric has returned with its 5th studio release titled 37 Channels. Hailing from Louisville, Kentucky their latest album was released through Pavement Entertainment.
With more than 50 minutes of visceral, diverse rock, 37 Channels musically mines the soul of the Tantric lead singer, Hugo Ferreira by letting listeners inside the band's most personal and evocative album to date-and that's saying something for a platinum-selling group with hit singles including 'Breakdown" and "Down and Out."
Helping give life to 37 Channels are an impressive list of players and friends, including Shooter Jennings (on the quirky "Mosquita"); Leif Garrett, bluesy rhythm guitarist Kenny Olson (Kid Rock); Hinder's singer Austin Winkler (co-vocals to "Fault" and "Bullet"); Saving Abel guitarist Scott Bartlett, Uncle Kracker axeman Kevin McCreery; and drummer Greg Upchurch (3 Doors Down). But make no mistake; if Ferreira is the only original member, 37 Channels is still very much a Tantric record.
As 37 Channels makes clear, Tantric is a career band at the peak of its powers, as will be borne out by a tour later this year. While there's diversity within and among the songs, the signature Ferreira vocals and sensibilities shine through. As he concludes, "I consider Tantric a boat that I float in-it's a vessel that carries the music. So I never feel restrictions. It doesn't have any rules. Tantric music can be super-heavy, light--or both It's really an open book with no ending in sight."