11 Songs, 46 Minutes

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5

100 Ratings

100 Ratings

refreshing

sugarbuck

Great band. They rip without hiding behind pretension like so many music projects today. It seems they built an image around the music, instead of an image first and music as an afterthought. I know it dates me, but this brings me back to when Seattle saved people like me from the dismal days of hair bands and all the other over produced garbage. Keep it up...I'll recommend this to friends and look forward to seeing a live show.

Awesome Debut!! Killer Record!

Thoughts are thought

Well guys, the wait is over and it was all worthwhile! People, buy this debut and put it in your player! It rocks and you won't care about anything else!
These guys are awesome to see live, lots of energy and volume!! Awesome album! They have a unique sound that will keep you moving and will kick your %*# !!
No Halos, Black Bleeds Through and The Mirror are some of my favorites. Best of Luck guys, BROTHER GO ON!!

HELL YEAH!!

brianbull

freaking awesome kickass rock n' roll!!

About Black Water Rising

Think the Brought Low but with radio-friendly songs or the Black Label Society with more of a Southern spin and you're close to the sound of Brooklyn's Black Water Rising. Featuring former Dust to Dust vocalist Rob Traynor, former Stereomud guitarist Johnny Fattoruso, former Boiler Room drummer Mike Meselsohn, and bassist Oddie McLaughlin, the band began gigging around New York City in 2006. By the end of 2007 they had made a video for their track "Brother Go On" and had begun considering offers from a variety of labels. The year 2008 was filled with recording sessions for their debut album. ~ David Jeffries

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