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The Rock-itt : March 2011
desert rock overtures and a potent dose of sleaze for good measure. In less than a year Heavy Heads have recorded a catalogue of music with the prerogative to test new ideas at gigs to keep their jamming chops polished, Heavy Heads are leaping & bounding as artists, with the band drawing from the sounds of Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Queens of the Stoneage and Mercy Arms. Lead singer, Will Chittick's droning baritone is a nod to the likes of Ian Curtis, Josh Homme and Jim Morison with the band attempting to revive a by-gone era of heavy rock and roll. The aspired result of Heavy Heads determination is to produce tasteful rock and roll, brewed lovingly for the likes of sweaty beer drenched gig aficionados, with live shows boasting an expansive electronically inspired sound, alluding to imaginary Australian landscapes where city, ocean and desert intersect. Heavy heads have let their mantra ring through the northern beaches, headlining a show with the Saloons and Dead Love in 2010 at Manly Fisho's, as well as recently appearing at monster house party Fish-Fest in January supporting local darlings, the Bell Whether Department (and playing to a crowd of over 300 people). The band have shows scheduled to moisten & adulterate impressionable music lovers in Sydney and Melbourne in the coming months. Heavy Heads are also due to release their debut EP late March of this year.