Hello again. here is some music from a band my brother Aaron has had the great fortune of being able to join recently called NEGATIVE REACTION - the bad to the bone brainstorn from Mr. Ken E. Bones. - the original New York Sludge lives on. Check for upcoming tour dates, new album info, available merchandise, and classic NR songs through www.myspace.com/negativereaction and www.negativereaction.info
Here is some music from a project I have been involved in since 2006. We are known as THE MAD OWLS. We currently have added Mr. Carl Nickerson to our seductively destructive guitar onslaught. We are now auditioning for a new drummer. Let us know!! More music and live videos available for viewing at www.myspace.com/madowls
Being a teenager through the late 80s and early 90s, me and my brother Aaron Baxter Habers have been fortunate to fully embrace the onset of the golden age of hip hop music where we would we would race home from school to see living legends like KRS One on MTV at 4 in the afternoon. Now teenagers stay home from school, play their PSP for 5 hours straight and watch Li'l Wayne on MTV at 4 in the afternoon. Oh well, what can you do? Here are some tracks from H.O.A.R. consisting of Aaron B Habers and the almighty Megladon who have been actively composing tracks since the 80s. More tracks and live vids can be checked out atwww.myspace.com/rampagerap
Ladies and Gentleman, the nastiest most classical of the classic heavy rock is from a band that has existed for over 10 years called THE WARM HAIR and is the band where I first started playing bass guitar. The masterful songwriting and guitar playing here is courtesy of the almighty Freebird Von Klauts. The slew of drummers who have rocked with The Hair include Mark "The Mouse" Rios, Giovanni "Juicy John Pink" Nicolini, Bobby the UPS Man, Sean "Buck" Rogers, Dangerous Danny Anderson, Mike "The Freezer" Vincenti, Bobby "The Animal" Walker, and Brian "Braciole" Berzolla. Also special thanks to Jules McMann who is currently involved in a killer band called Higgins www.higginsdearhiggins.com for the supporting guitar work. Info on how to purchase full length albums can obtained through emailing me at the address at the top of the page.
Against The Gods is a thrash metal band that was spawned from the remains of the hardcore outfit named Corrupt. This my first experience with playing this style of music and led us to make some cool live recordings at Vipen Studios in Mastic, NY www.vipenstudios.com of which I think are fun to listen to. The group disbanded due to the drummer leaving for Arizona, but shredder Terry Wohl on guitar has teamed up with myself and Stuntman Mike to form a project called Girls on Cocaine of whom you will be hearing more about in the near future.
Somewhere in the early 2000's, I heard a band playing across the street from my friend's house who I thought was sounding kickass. I rang the doorbell-met the mom and the people playing music who were teenagers at the time- I wrote some lyrics to some of their songs and we recorded them. I believe the name of the band at that time was PLACID. The drummer decided to leave the band so these tracks here serve as the only trace of this happening in my past.
At the turn of the century, I was a part of a Black Sabbath cover band called Snowblind. Me and the guitarist worked on some original songs when we weren't practicing with the full band. The result of this project is entiled Suicide Metal and consists solely of a singer and guitarist with overdubbed bass and drum machine tracking. To hear more music from the aformentioned guitarist, check out www.myspace.com/tommycat68
The Muthafunkas is a band I joined shortly after I graduated college in 1999. At this time I played alto saxophone for the Black Sabbath/James Brown inspired heavy funk rock band that swung the chain in the LI, NYC, and Philly area for a few years. Nat Funk on bass is still active with music which you can hear at www.myspace.com/thenatfunkallstars and you can hear it all at www.muthafunkas.com
In the last year of my four years of brain busting indulgence at Oswego University in beautiful upstate New York, I played saxophone and sang in a band called Tip, which was then later known as Gravity Check. We played in local bars in Oswego which were known as The Patch and Old City Hall. The recordings on this site were recorded on the Oswego college campus at Poucher Hall. If I remembered the dude who recorded the music for us, I would definitely mention his name. I do however remember the smooth bass playing of Mos Isley alumni Aaron "The Soundtank" Brundage who was also my next door neighbor in room 812 at Seneca Hall dormitory my first year at Oswego. I also remember the dynamic, mind melting guitar work of Brian Wetherby and the razor sharp, skin tight drumming of classic rock radio's favorite son Eric Lemieux. Special thanks to Heath Edward Kennedy for writing great songs such as "Forever Flyin'" and "Escape" which will be available for worldwide release in the next few weeks.