It's hard not to hear Weezer in this song, still it's a perfect combination of pop perfection, punk, and alternative music. Power chords tear, sublime chorused vocals are laid over the top, as are (as his label Slumberland Records calls them) "gnarly guitar riffs." In addition to Weezer there's a definite nod to Metallica in the chomping chord and the guitar solo. Suffice it to say, there's a lot going on with Tony Molina.
"Nowhere To Go" is from the album Dissed And Dismissed, which will be released on March 25 via Slumberland Records.
"Constantly juggling hardcore and pop projects, veteran Bay Area musician Tony Molina has won over fans in both camps. Since 2002, Molina has played in several bands including Dystrophy, Ovens, Lifetime Problems, Caged Animal, Violent Change and his current solo work. In all of this projects, Molina values lyrical simplicity, structural concision, and the emotional impact of gnarly guitar riffs," reads the description from Slumberland.
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