DISMANTLE is a hard-working, hard-rocking, blue-collar, straight-up rock and roll band from a city that fits that same description- Detroit, Michigan. Citing a wide variety of influences from hometown heroes like Ted Nugent, Bob Seger and Kid Rock to bands like Black Label Society, Guns N’ Roses, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Clutch and ZZ Top, Dismantle is quickly building a devoted fan base that is equally diverse. Formed in the summer of 2006, DISMANTLE started getting a lot of attention right away opening for acts like Quiet Riot and Drowning Pool and soon began packing clubs around metro Detroit on their own.
Immediately, the boys began writing and recording their first full-length album, "More Rock and Roll," (which was released independently 9/21/2007) with the concept in mind-"All killer, no filler." According to reviews from online music magazines like www.detroitrockreview.com, internet radio stations such as www.netwavzradio.com, and even several of WRIF’s on-air personalities including Program Director, Doug Podell, and most importantly, the fans, they did just that.
Simply put if you’re in the mood to drink, fight, party, or give amateur-night a try at your local topless bar, Dismantle is the band for you.
So please, pour yourself a tall one, pop in the CD and let the music speak for itself, and if you find your way to the Motor City, look us up. The first round’s on us.
Features on Dismantles debut album include “More Rock And Roll, Cathouse, and Liquor Store”, which are the hard rock side of the band. Tracks like Black Veil, Smokin' and Drinkin', and Dirty River show the bands blues base that appeal to the southern rockers. Two Timing, Give it Up, and Devil Wins are prime examples of how this band is not about adding fillers to their records. Strong hooks, driving drums and rhythms, and screaming guitar solos make up the bands repertoire of a new evolving Detroit sound.