Rusty Eye “Possessor” released for the first time on Vinyl!

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RUSTY EYE – POSSESSOR:
Released for the first time on Vinyl!
RELEASE DATE: 12/05/2016

Newly Mastered for Vinyl.
First Edition Limited to only 500 copies
on 12” Translucent Red Vinyl !

Arguably Rusty Eye’s best album, released in 2009, Possessor is the album that established Rusty Eye as one of the most original acts in the genre, with its seamless mix of elements from Thrash, NWOBHM, Punk, Hard Rock, Speed Metal Death Metal, Black Metal and Prog Rock.
The critically acclaimed third album was Produced by Drummer/Vocalist Miss Randall, and mixed by Jeremy Blair (Guns n’ Roses), Possessor also includes collaborations from Claudio Simonetti (Goblin), Waldemar Sorychta (Grip Inc) and Alex Mitchell (Circus of Power). The artwork was done by Joe Petagno, better known for most Motörhead album covers.
Currently Miss Randall, Mr Rust and Baron Murtland are in the studio recording the follow up album to Saca el Cobre, to be released in 2017.

Rusty Eye takes on Los Angeles Metro!

Hollywood’s horror-themed Metal trio Rusty Eye has just released a commercial for Los Angeles County’s Metro. Rusty Eye is featured promoting Nextrip, which allows users to get real-time bus and train arrival information on GPS-enabled smart phones or computers. Rusty Eye wrote and recorded the music specifically for the commercial. Metro LA’s new Music Videos campaign is intended as a fun way to help folks learn to ride the Metro system and remind everyone that taking transit can be fun and/or interesting.

10487203_10152534635444806_2796501218116391913_nRusty Eye is currently promoting their seventh release “Saca el Cobre”, a cover album that pays homage to Mexican Classic Rock en Español.

Power Play Magazine UK. “Saca el Cobre” Review

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Rusty Eye are a band in transition, with this being a parting album for female drummer Miss Randall, who also shares vocal duties. “Saca el Cobre”, or to give it its English name “Bring Out The Copper”, is a homage to Mexican metal. These Hollywood residents give us their take on eight tracks that range from the utterly fantastic “Cara de Pizza” to the English spoken last track, “Mr. Cannibal”. What you get in between is some really good dual vocal songs in the native Mexican tongue, taken to the absolute extreme of the heavy scale for me.
Whilst the production is very crisp, it lends itself to the ferocity of the music and really brings home the power that these guys are going for. It is a short set, with only eight songs on here, but it hits you right where it wants to, and as the meaning of the album title says, it “shows its true self”.

Stu Torley

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Rusty Eye release “Mamá” Music Video

Rusty Eye “Mamá” [Amantes de Lola cover]
Album: Saca el Cobre (2014)

A production by Raubtier
Director: Alejandro Ordoñez
Producers: Alejandro Ordoñez y Gabriel Govela
Photography Director: Fito Pardo, AMC.
Line Producer: Roberto Jimenez
Shot in La Colonia Roma, Mexico City. Mexico. 03/09/2014

“Saca el Cobre” Album Released

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Hollywood’s eclectic power trio goes back to its Mexican roots and brings us unique versions of the great Rock en Español classics.

Just when we thought that the mighty metallers Rusty Eye could not do anything else anymore to surprise us, they return with their fourth album “Saca el Cobre” singing in Spanish for the first time in their career, bringing us their unique and disturbing take on the songs that paved Rock en Español’s way in Mexico in the years 1989 to 1992.

From Cuca‘s “Cara de Pizza” to Amantes de Lola‘s “Mamá”, to quintessential bands in the genre like Fobia, Caifanes, Café Tacuba and Maldita Vecindad, all of them transformed to Rusty Eye‘s bizarre style that includes a bit of Thrash, Punk, Death, Black, Stoner and Prog. Masterfully alternating the vocal work of Miss Randall, on her last album with Rusty Eye since she’s pursuing a solo career (she has never sounded so sensual like she does on “Perdí Mi Ojo De Venado”), with Mr. Rust‘s usual howls and guttural vocals, that bring back to life underground classics such as Transmetal‘s “El Infierno de Dante”. Always accompanied by the proficient guitarist Baron Murtland. Certainly we will never listen to Mexican rock the same way we did. As the icing on the cake we also get the remake of “Sr. Cannibal”, the Spanish version of “Mr. Cannibal”, a staple from this talented band.

Carlos Carreño
Radio Anahuac 1670 AM

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El ecléctico power trio avecindado en Hollywood retoma sus raíces mexicanas y nos brinda su peculiar version de los grandes clásicos del rock nacional.

Cuando creíamos que los poderosos metaleros de Rusty Eye no podrían sorprendernos más; regresan con su cuarto larga duración “Saca el Cobre” donde no solo por primera vez en su carrera cantan en español, sino que ademas nos presentan su particular y perturbadora versión de las canciones que abrieron el camino al Rock en México en los años del 89 al 92.

Desde “Cara de Pizza” de Cuca hasta “Mamá” de Los Amantes de Lola, pasando por imprescindibles agrupaciones como Fobia, Caifanes y Café Tacuba y Maldita Vecindad, todas ellas aderezadas con su estrambótico estilo que comprende un poco de Thrash, Punk, Death, Black, Stoner y Prog, alternando de forma magistral la labor vocal de Miss Randall en su ultimo disco con Rusty Eye ya que perseguirá una carrera en solitario, (nunca ha sonado tan sensual Perdí Mi Ojo De Venado) así como Mr. Rust con sus habituales aullidos y guturales que le dan vida a clásicos subterráneos como “El Infierno de Dante” de Transmetal, acompañados siempre de la eficiente guitarra de Baron Murtland, ciertamente nunca escucharemos al rock Mexicano de la misma manera. Como cereza en el pastel viene el tema “Sr. Caníbal”, la versión en Español de “Mr. Cannibal”, estandarte de esta talentosa banda.

Carlos Carreño
Radio Anahuac 1670 AM

“Mondo Cane” video on UVTV: Underground Video Television

UVTV Week Of Sept 26

This week’s podcast features new videos by Rusty Eye, Mastodon, Kittie, Woslom, Betraying The Martyr, Mind The Gap & The Bronx Casket Co.

 

Link: UVTV Week Of Sept 26

Hails and Horns Magazine. “Rusty Eye” feature.


WHAT’S WHAT: A product of Mexico City, Mexico, RUSTY EYE are the epitome of hard work in the music business. With a “make it or break it” attitude, the three piece could have gone anywhere when they left Mexico, but they went straight for the throat of the Heavy Metal scene in America and claimed Hollywood, California as base of operations. Nobody puts RUSTY EYE in a corner, meaning that you can’t slap a label on this band and lump them in with anybody else. The current lineup, consisting of Mr. Rust (bass/vocals), Miss Randall (drums/vocals) and Baron Murtland (guitars) broke the mold with the release of Stendhal Syndrome (2007), and followed strong with the impossible to wear out Possessor (2009), all on their own imprint Epoché Records. Constant work has earned them the respect of metal fans the world over, and also the love of critics in both the music and horror world, as they have done things the old school way, bypassing all of the bullshit and devoting themselves to standing out by writing and playing the gnarliest music possible. Now a certified legend in the Hollywood scene, RUSTY EYE have taken to the legendary Rainbow to record and unleash upon a new live album upon us. Live at The Rainbow MMX is 70-odd minutes of succulent metal, tinged with punk rock, including all the platters that matter from the fifteen-plus career of these DIY heroes. If this band isn’t already one of your favorites, they damn well need to be. (Bubbs Harris)

 

LOCATION: Hollywood, CA
CURRENT RELEASE: Live at The Rainbow MMX (www.rustyeye.com)
ROCKS LIKE: SEPULTURA, L7, SLAYER, THE LUNACHICKS


Rusty Eye live videos from SSMF at The Whisky A Go Go, Hollywood. 08.18.11

Rusty Eye live at the SSMF Sunset Strip Music Festival 2011
Hollywood, CA.
08/18/2011

01. A Poisoned Letter

02. Mondo Cane

03. Return of The Scarecrow

04. Wings of a Demon

05. Jerusalem Cricket Soufflé

06. Day of The Dead