The Undiscovered: Rattleface



Greatest Unsigned Rock Band

Renowned guitarist Ron Sachs, vocalist Kevin Jones and drummer Dave White together with Jon Wilson on bass make up Rattleface, billed as "the greatest unsigned rock band on the planet". Their third album, Second House On The Left, delivers blistering guitars and ripping vocals in the metal style popularized by Zakk Wylde-era Ozzy Osbourne's band. Sachs blends a hyper-speed approach with an advanced melodic sense, pushing his Flying V to its sonic limits. Tapping, legato licks, double-picking, and wah-wah drenched solos alternate with the mega-crunch with which Sachs supports his verses and choruses. If you're wondering what the heck happened to all the heavy music out there, remember it's bands such as Rattleface that continue to fly the flag for the metal minions.


In September of 2001 Rattleface entered Sachs' studio, The X-Room to record their first album "Freak of Nature". Rattleface's first release features the guitarist soaring to heights many players strive for and captures his unique style of rock, metal and blues with his classical and flamenco influences. Rattleface's second album "Hard Times", an album that must be heard to believed, was released in August of 2004. The band added bassist Jon Wilson midway through the recording of their second album "Hard Times", and he has turned out to be one of the most musical and aggressive bassists you're likely to hear.

Rattleface is currently seeking international distribution, professional management, legal representation and innovative marketing in today's music industry.

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