RUSTY EYE Release New Album; Announce New Lineup
April 2, 2014, 4 years ago
Hollywood metal band RUSTY EYE has released its new record Saca El Cobre, a hard rock and heavy metal homage to Mexican Rock En Español while saying farewell to longtime drummer, Miss Randall.
With Saca El Cobre, Rusty Eye is paying homage to its Mexico City roots by covering songs of some of the most prolific Rock En Español bands from the late 80s and early 90s, all reinvented with Rusty Eye’s signature hard and heavy style. The album includes seven covers in Spanish from Mexico’s most notable Rock pioneers: CAIFANES, CUCA, CAFÉ TACUBA, FOBIA, AMANTES DE LOLA, MALDITA VECINDAD and TRANSMETAL. It also includes Rusty Eye’s hit single ‘Mr. Cannibal’ re-recorded in both English and Spanish.
The release of the new album coincides with drummer Miss Randall pursuing new musical endeavors, having her throne filled by a session drummer for live concerts. As part of her farewell, Miss Randall will be participating with the album promotion, including music videos filmed in Mexico City, as well as some select live appearances.
Rusty Eye is constantly in a never-ending effort to top previous musical accomplishments. Pablo “Mr. Rust” Salido (Vocals/Bass) comments, “This marks the beginning of a new era, it's not the first time we have adapted to changes made by our musical tendencies. Rusty Eye's essence is based on the evolution of the music”. Tony “Baron” Murtland (Guitar) adds, “Our life’s journey is ever-changing, but we will always continue to reach new musical horizons.”
Rusty Eye’s new album Saca El Cobre was produced by Baron Murtland and mixed by Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, SACRED REICH, W.A.S.P), and marks a new production standard for the band. Saca El Cobre (“Bring out the copper”) is a Spanish saying that means: show your true self, defining the bands reinvention of these classic songs. This hard-hitting, high concept, cover album is a must for anyone who loves intricate hard metal!
Saca El Cobre limited edition CDs are now available at Amazon.com and digitally on most download and streaming services.