Audio Weapon

Audio Weapon

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Rock - Progressive Rock | concord, New Hampshire, United States
Member Since: 2007
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"Chaos Matrix" by AUDIO WEAPON a 13 track EP is available for download purchase as single tracks or full EP at -- soundclick.com --

Robert Andrew resides on the foothills of the New Hampshire White Mountains in the Mt. Washington Valley area. With well over twenty years of nightclub/paying dues experience all over New England in various line ups from all original to classic rock, metal, and blues cover bands. All through these years, never satisfied with playing others music, took on the need of being the mad composer, writting and refining his abilities and direction of tastes. Now, after all this has presented his first realese titled,"Chaos Matrix". Under the band name "AUDIO WEAPOM" Robert Andrew has shown that all is not in vain. With a unique approach has fused the styles of progessive, metal, and hard rock to form a different and his own unique take on composing music.



Robert Andrews' instuments of choice used on these compositions were
Five, Six, and Seven-String Guitars,
Synths, Effects Processer, Mike, and a Computer.

AUDIO WEAPON can also be found/heard on the following great indie music sites.

http://www.soundclick.com/audioweapon
http://www.reverbnation.com/audioweapon
http://www.purevolume.com/audioweapon/
http://www.isound.com/audio_weapon
http://www.artistserver.com/audioweapon
http://www.bandspace.com/audioweapon
http://www.mp3unsigned.com/Showband.asp?id=18589
http://last.fm/label/Audio%20Weapon
http://www.sonicgarden.com/audioweapon
http://www.unsignedbandnetwork.com/bands/302/
http://www.indie911.com/audio-weapon
http://www.betarecords.com/audio.weapon
http://www.myspace.com/audioweapon
http://www.myspace.com/audioweapon2
http://www.myspace.com/audioweapon3

A word about copyrighting your work... While the vast majority of people are honest there are some that will, and do, steal music ideas.

It's easy to register your music with the US copyright office and well worth the modest fee of $45. There are places on the internet that will do the same thing and charge three to four times what the copyright offiice's $45.

Here's the link to gov site with the instructions and a pdf of the form to fill out. http://www.copyright.gov/register/sound.html

Thanks!