American rockers The Uneven have recently released a music video for their third single »Loud«, which was directed by Marc Hamill.
The Uneven is a Nashville, Tennessee based rock band that blends 70s heavy blues rock, 90s alternative metal, and modern fuzz/psych n’ roll.
English actor, director, writer and musician Marc Hamill is best known for writing and directing the grindhouse movie »The Wrong Floor« and numerous music production credits.
Courtesy of Metal Devastation PR:
“One thing we all want to do in 2021, is scream LOUD!”
The Uneven aspires to bridge the fuzz and sludge of 70s hard rock with the guttural ferocity of 90s alternative metal, while never forgetting the primal roots of the blues. The Uneven is influenced by iconic groups like Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Soundgarden, and Nine Inch Nails. The band’s message is to fight for truth, to self-empower, and to overcome adversity.
The Uneven made its musical debut in June 2020 with “Punching Bag” and then in August 2020, followed up with a second release, “No More Violations”. “Punching Bag” was premiered by UK blogger Outlaws of the Sun.
The Uneven’s 3rd single, »Loud« is available on all streaming platforms! Go here to stream it!
A new video directed by UK director, Marc Hamill, was just released in support of »Loud« on October 24, 2021.
»Loud« was co-written by Andrew Hooker (music) and his wife Stephanie Hooker (lyrics). “My wife and I have a special dynamic as songwriters. She will give me a lyric and then days or even hours later, I will emerge from my studio with music set to her words. Stephanie writes in a style that allows the listener to come to their own conclusions.” says Andrew Hooker. »Loud« was recorded in the outskirts of Nashville, TN at The Cave Studios in Leipers Fork, TN, and was recorded, mixed, and produced by Patrick Thrasher (Rush, Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers).
The Uneven is:
Andrew Hooker – Guitar/Lead Vocals
Michael Meadows – Bass/Background Vocals
Simona Bressi – Drums
FFO: Soundgarden, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters