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S​/​T (Halfway To Gone)

by Halfway To Gone

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Angelo Halfway to Gone sounds something like the hyperactive offspring of Motorhead and ZZ Top, infusing super high energy stoner metal and bluesy, southern rock.The result is the house band in the biker bar of your dreams. Approaching 20 years since its release, this is an underappreciated gem worth dusting off for a fresh spin. Favorite track: Burn 'Em Down.
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Turnpike 04:15
Black Night 03:30
Good Friend 03:07
King of Mean 02:27


Like a headache that you just can't shake Halfway To Gone are back and they're ready to beat your brain into submission with their patented brand of backwoods, bone crunching, rock and roll. Stu's at the helm this time so that beating is no idle threat. The boys from
HTG have really outdone themselves with this, their third full length release simply titled Halfway To Gone.

Since their inception, Halfway has evolved from your run of the mill heavy on the heavy riff laden stoner rock band into something
more than the sum of all its parts. “Halfway To Gone” follows in the tradition of its predecessor's (2001’s “High Five” & 2002's
"Second Season") with 1000 watts of attitude and ten times that in adrenaline, but it also hints at something more. All their time on the
road (and it has been a lot) has molded the boys into a meaner and tighter version of the band that sprung from the ashes of Solarized
somewhere along the Jersey coast.

On the rocking tunes, they rock harder than they ever have before but there are moments where the volume gets turned down and the
talent gets pushed to beyond recognition. Skynyrd inspired southern rock jams like "The OtherSide" reach out and hit you like a ton
of bricks before slipping back into the trusty grooves you know and love Halfway for. While the albums' closer "Mr. Nasty Time" will
have you thinking you're in some east village after hours jazz club circa '68.

With 20,000 miles of road behind them and many a venue in ruin after their visits these veteran road dogs are taking it easy for 2004.
That doesn't mean they won't be traversing the nations highways it just means, see them while you can. It may be your last chance to
catch them in those sleazy bars that are fast making them famous.

“In a nice neat nutshell, some good ol' fashioned Southern Rock with a metal tinge and Lou Gorra's amazing vox. Agreat listen.”
-Chris Barnes - Custom Heavy

"Halfway to Gone are folks who sincerely want to kick your dick or tits off with their power groove.” -Erik Larsen (ATP)

Halfway to Gone is:
Lou Gorra: Bass & Vocals
Lee Stuart: Guitars & Harp
Danny Gollin: Drums


released April 27, 2004

Lee Stuart: Guitars, Hammond, Keys
Danny Gollin: Drums, Vocals on track 10
Lou Gorra: Bass & Vocals

Addtional Musicians:
Billy Reedy: Additional Guitar
Phil Durr: Ridiculator
Scott Hamilton: Feedback

Recorded @ Rustbelt Studios
Produced by Produced By: Halfaway To Gone, Bob Pantella, and Robert Burrows
Mixed by Bob Pantella @ The Laundry Room
Engineered by Robert Burrows, Bobby Fostex, and Dave Allison
Mastered By Chis Gosseman @ Solid Sound
Art, Design by Mike Saputo


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