69 CHAMBERS “The Peep Hole” – Official Music Video: Stone’s Metal Pick Of The Day!
69 CHAMBERS – There’s something about that voice of Nina Vetterli-Treml. Her vocals are Metal meets 80′s New Wave and she radiates both presence and relevancy with a slickness that I find quite alluring. The newest music video from 69 Chambers is The Peep Hole; a song from their sophomore album Torque. The Peep Hole is percussion driven; while showcasing this band’s accessible appeal to both Hard Rock and Metal fans alike.
I find 69 Chambers to be cutting-edge and not about any blueprint from Rock’s storied past. Instead, 69 Chambers proves that they are a band with “an accessible sound” while still being heavy and carrying their own back alley and blue-collar vibes through song. The mainstream doesn’t know what they’re missing with 69 Chambers; quite frankly, the mainstream doesn’t deserve this talented band either.
69 Chambers is in our Heavy Music world to stay. Man, I dig this band. Take a look and listen below and see why 69 Chambers and their video The Peep Hole is my Metal Pick Of The Day.
Nina Vetterli-Treml - bass & vocals
Tommy Vetterli – guitar
Diego Rapacchietti - drums
* Torque was released on April 27th, 2012, via Massacre Records.
* For more info on 69 CHAMBERS, click the links below!
LONG LIVE 69 CHAMBERS.
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