New Orleans hard rock quartet Lowerline have unveiled their first studio album in 17 years.

New Orleans hard rock quartet Lowerline have unveiled their first studio album in 17 years.

The dark, heavy-hitting new collection, ‘Heavy Waters’ is out now on RFL Records.

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Hailing from New Orleans, LA, Lowerline‘s diligence and graft in the local scene has earned them the moniker of “The Hardest Working Band in New Orleans” by a plethora of their peers. With a distinctly 00’s feel, Lowerline balance resonating drums, potent, enthralling guitars and the melodic, emotive lead vocal of Matt Mysing.

2004’s full-length ‘The Clearer I See’ saw the quartet make moves beyond state lines and into additional markets in the southern states, whilst getting regular call ups to play their hometown House of Blues and supporting Blue October.

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Lowerline went there separate ways, with members staying in touch over the years, despite their lives veering in very different paths. Having marked Katrina’s 10th anniversary with a benefit show, 2020 saw the band reunite with a greater endgame, their first studio album in 17 years.

With Ryan Toussel and Damien Starkey (Puddle of Mudd, Burn Season) behind the controls, the dynamic and powerful ‘Heavy Waters’ sees a potent return to form for the Big Easy outfit.

Watch the new music video for lead single and title track, “Heavy Waters”.

Lowerline is:
Matt Mysing – Vocals/Rhythm Guitar
Devin Torres – Lead Guitar
Jimmy Adams – Drums
Jared Ronan – Bass

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