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    "​The street-fightin' 80s babies in Tower may be the latest heavy metal sensation to hit Brooklyn,
    but the assorted howlers, shredders, and vibe techs behind their throwback thunder
    are far from green." - Noisey

    "... the five piece boasts a sound that feels like it's been finely crafted for years." - Outburn Magazine 

    "...soaring vocals with a Black Sabbath crunch." - Revolver Magazine

    "They rage and vibe like some gang from an alternate Universe where rock never got watered down and no mistakes of the last thirty plus years were ever made, but they also have modern punch and bite to their material. Every song I have heard them put out has a ton of soul..." - Metal Riot

    "... The equivalent of putting a 5-Hour Energy shot right into your ear canals." - Metal Sucks

    "TOWER bring the party wherever they are." - High Times

    "Every track is decorated with Sarabeth Linden’s vibrant vocals, Thin Lizzy-esque dual guitar harmonies and rumbling baselines — all delivered with a ferocious urgency. When Linden belts out her banshee wails, she’s like Janis Joplin and Tina Turner turned up to 11!" - Bravewords 


    MEDIA ALERT New York, NY (December 9, 2016) – New York City's TOWER have just released their self-titled debut album TOWER on vinyl. The LP is available now on Amazon and will be sold on the road during their next round of high-voltage tour dates. Stay tuned for updates! 

    Says the band, "This record is the result of us being fed up with the mediocrity of today's art and life in general, rolling up our sleeves and knocking you over the head when you least expect it. We're trying to bring back the melody, quality, and true grit which has been sorely missing from heavy metal lately. Join the party or run for your lives." 


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    Featuring members Sarabeth Linden (lead vocals), James Danzo (guitar), Zak Penley (guitar), and Philippe Arman (bass, backup vocals), TOWER delivers heavy rock riffs that recall the Scorpions and Judas Priest, topped with Linden’s soaring vocals reminiscent of a metalized Ann Wilson or Pat Benatar. 

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    Photo credit: Eddie Malluk