The Hazytones is a group of stoner rock founded in 2015 in Montreal. The trio stuns the audience with his stage presence and intensity. Riff after riff, the group is known for his fat sound and heavy destructive saturation.
The band is acknowledged for the powerful voice and guitar playing of Mick Martel (former founding member of Madcooks). Supported by the accuracy of their drummer Antoine St-Germain (current member of God Bless America) and the rigor of the bassist Frederic Couture (former founding member of Reckless Ride), The Hazytones are sanctioned for their energetic rhythm section.
In September 2015, The Hazytones began the production of their debut album recorded and mixed at ReelRoad studio located in Rosemont – La Petite-Partie in Montreal. After a few month of labor, the band launched his first single ‘’Living On The Edge’’, followed by a music video. To mark the imminent release of their first titled album, the trio got on the road across Canada(23 shows) from August to September 2016.
The band launched their first titled album on September 22nd at La Rockette bar in Montreal at the Pop Montreal festival. The album was well received by the stoner/psychedelic community in Canada, USA and Europe.
More recently, the band toured Europe (UK, Belgium, Switzerland and France) for 28 days and 10 days after they embarked on a Canadian tour that led them all the way to Vancouver and back.
Coming back from tour Frey Coaster parted ways with the band to pursue his career. The Hazytones luckily found Adam Gilbert to join the band on bass and back vocals. Since then, the trio has been playing a couple of shows and writing songs.
For the Hazytones future, a full U.S.A tour is scheduled in January and a second album is on it’s way. The band has been signed to two labels, Ripple Music and Kozmik Artifacts. Both labels will produce Cd, Vinyls and handle the digital distribution. Everything is set to be release on November 3rd.
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