NEW YORK, NY (October 11, 2011) â€“ New Jersey rock band, The Parlor Mob released their sophomore album, Dogs through Roadrunner Records today, October 11, 2011.Â The first single, â€œInto The Sunâ€ is iTunesâ€™ single of the week October 11, 2011 – October 17, 2011. You can watch the video here and learn more about the song here.Â To celebrate the release of Dogs, the band will play a special record release show on October 14th at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ.
Â Produced, engineered and mixed by Matt Radosevich (30 Seconds To Mars, The Hives, Taking Back Sunday) Dogs is the follow up to their acclaimed debut album And You Were Crow which iTunes hailed as â€œâ€¦ the behemoth sounds of bands like White Stripesâ€¦Black Mountain slowly rising from the indie rock realm, showing emo-rockers and pop-punkers how to turn their amps to elevenâ€¦A top notch debut.â€ The Sun UK said “The brooding ‘When I Was An Orphan’ and anthemic ‘My Favorite Heart To Break’ star in an album with no filler,” while The Deli NYC stated, â€œThe Parlor Mobâ€™s classic New York rock vibe and creative, peculiar album artwork cultivates a unique style, relevant to contemporary Indie Rock scene.â€Â In regard to their live show Classic Rock Magazine UK says â€œâ€¦itâ€™s stunning: staggering; a classic evenâ€¦ the audience are wholly convincedâ€¦ theyâ€™re swallowed whole.â€
The Parlor Mob, a name the band took from the notorious 19th century gang, is comprised of Mark Melicia (vocals), David Rosen (guitar), Paul Ritchie (guitar), Anthony Chick (bass), and Sam Bey (drums).
Photo by Ryan Sit