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Genre: Alternative Rock, Rock

Website: http://www.ResinRocks.com


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Massachusetts has long been known for its vibrant rock scene. With Aerosmith, Staind and Godsmack all hailing from this state, it has repeatedly been a proven breeding ground for successful rock bands. A promising new band has emerged from Massachusetts by the name of Resin. Resin is hoping to follow in the footsteps of the aforementioned greats, by taking their music to a national stage. When listening to their music, the bands great sense of melody quickly become evident. Even after a first listen, their hook filled choruses leave an infectious imprint on you. Combining their intuitive musical talent with their poster boy good looks, it is evident they have the ingredients for a successful rock band.

Individually, they are fronted by Ron Dallaire. With powerful vocals and an energetic demeanor, he shines during the bands live performances. He has crafted his talent with highly acclaimed vocal coach Mark Baxter. Who’s long list of clients include Steven Tyler (Aerosmith), Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver), and John Rzeznik (Goo Goo Dolls).
Dualing six stringers Pat Pacheco and Jeremy Tolleson add color to the mix, with their accenting individual styles which blend into Resin’s core sound.
Rounding out the band is the rhythm section, with bassist Kevin Arruda and drummer Steve Smith (who is endorsed by the premier maker of Vistalite drums, RCI International). Their mixture of groove laden basslines married with hard rock drumming make the two of them a solid low end tandem.

A full length studio recorded album produced by Grammy nominated producer Joe Moody, is near completion. Plans are to self release their debut album sometime in early 2006, with the hopes of it being picked up by a major recording label in the future.

Whether in their rehearsal studio in Fall River, locked up in a recording studio in Providence or on stage electrifying crowds, Resin is hard at work trying to be the next great band to come from Massachusetts. And with songs screaming for radio play, energizing live performances and a rapidly growing fan base, the future looks blindingly bright for this band.