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

The Metal Crypt. “Possessor” Review

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Rating: 4/5

Review online: October 6, 2010
Reviewed by: Christopher Foley

It’s not often you can say something is original. However Hollywood’s Rusty Eye are just about as original as they come. The style encompasses a vast range of genres, as do the vocals which are all forged into a heavy metal sound with a progressive touch. The production really has that garage band feel to it, which is quite lo-fi although it doesn’t affect any of the clarity in the overall sound. The vocal styles range from the varying vocal styles of Mr. Rust who delivers an array of extreme and clean vocals, as well as Miss Randall’s sultry female voice. Of course Mr. Rust and Miss Randall handle bass and drums respectively, with the three piece being rounded out by guitar player Baron Murtland. Continue reading

Métaluna Magazine, France. “Possessor” Review

Métaluna #6

By Fabrice Lambot

After the “Stendhal Syndrome” album which had marked the spirits, “Possessor”, the latest Rusty Eye is a great success. Always self-produced, the Hollywood trio has pulled up their sleeves and now can compete against the best bands of the genre. And I would say it plays real heavy! The instrumental “At the House by the Cemetery” immediately places the listener in the mood: right on a Revival Thrash/Heavy Metal spot and it plays fast and good. There’s barely time to recover when “11/02 Day of the Dead” kicks in, a powerful vitamin cocktail of Metal, sung by Mr. Rust, bass-growler/barker, and Miss Randall, aka Miss 3B (Beautiful Blonde Beater). Fans of horror movies will recognize the song titles (films of Lucio Fulci and George A. Romero, of course). Continue reading