Great rock duo with an upbeat modern electronic rock sound. With some great guitar riffs these guys hit all the highs and lows in all the right places. They also have that southern rock/country style which is very pleasing to listen to indeed. Vocally fantastic, Lyrically very good and the music is awesome.
The Fabrockators are a diverse and eclectic rock act based in southern Maryland. Consisting of two very well known musicians from the region, the band is gaining momentum on a daily basis. The duo formed in 2009 when guitarist/vocalist Craig Pavone and drummer John Wilding met while performing in cover bands around the Maryland and D.C. area. After repeated talks on the pros and cons of playing cover music, the two began discussing their respective songwriting abilities, deciding to combine those abilities and work on original material. Hence the hard rock music of The Fabrockators was born.
Since their formation, this amazingly coherent duo has written and recorded numerous rock songs in their own suburban Maryland studio. The two also produce and engineer all the music themselves. Once that initial process is completed, the tracks are sent off to Hit & Run Recording in Rockville Maryland where the genius of mixing and mastering engineer Steve Carr takes over, further accelerating the songs to masterpiece status.
With a style unlike any other, their many influences and years of playing with assorted cover bands on the nightclub circuit have helped them to develop the creative feel put forth in their albums. “The average song generally runs around three weeks in development from the time the lyrics are written until the final tracks have been laid down”, states guitarist/vocalist Craig Pavone. “It’s our combined mission for this band to create songs that bring back the real distinctive hard driving rock sound, that is painfully missing from radio today. Striving to make sure every song has that fat bottom and drive that is necessary for great rock music is what we’re all about”, states Pavone.
So how did this unique and prolific rock band get their name The Fabrockators?
Craig Pavone replies, “John was constantly fabricating custom parts for different Hot Rods and vehicles in his garage. On many occasions, John and I would go right from the garage building cars to the studio “fabrockating” songs. One day Craig mentioned that The Fabrockators might be a great name for the band. And so it was – The Fabrockators name was in place – giving new meaning to the phrase, “garage band”.
Keep your eyes and ears open for this rock outfit – They’re coming at ya – hard rockin’ and never stoppin’. For more information about The Fabrockators and to purchase their music, visit their website at http://www.fabrockators.com.