Eve to Adam Are Full of Attitude on ‘Run Your Mouth’ — Song Premiere
New York City based melodic rockers Eve to Adam may not be all over the radio yet, but they surely have the tunes and chops to get there. In 1998, vocalist-guitarist Taki Sassaris and his brother Alex were discovered by Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee Desmond Child [Bon Jovi, KISS] and signed to his production company. Child had planned to groom the band into pop stars who would perform his material. However, Taki didn’t take too well to that idea and the brothers eventually left the company.
In 1999 the Sassaris brothers formed what would become the core of Eve to Adam. Since then, the band has toured extensively and released a fistful of independent releases. Now armed with new management, a new label, and new bassist Eric Bergmann, the reinvigorated Eve to Adam will release a new album called ‘Banquet for a Starving Dog’ later this year via Universal Music Group’s distribution arm. Noisecreep is excited to exclusively premiere ‘Run Your Mouth,’ one of the tracks from the forthcoming record. The Chris Lord-Alge [AFI, Flyleaf] mix and Taki’s powerhouse vocals make ‘Run Your Mouth’ an essential song for any fan of radio-ready rock.
Listen to ‘Run Your Mouth’
Taki gave Noisecreep some background on the making of ‘Run Your Mouth’:
“It was the very first song we recorded for our new album and it set the tone for the rest of the sessions and what we could expect from working with producer Paul Lani. He helped us realize the full power of the song by getting full-on, attitude-filled performances out of us. The song is essentially about the way people talk behind other people’s backs, spreading lies and the retribution that comes along with that.
“We were absolutely thrilled to find out that Chris Lord-Alge had agreed to mix ‘Run Your Mouth.’ His talent for balancing the dynamics of a hard-hitting rock song is absolutely at play in this mix. The verses pull the listener in, creating a slinky yet sinister feel setting you up to get bashed in the face when the chorus enters. I love the way that each instrument always has its own place in Chris’ mixes, without sacrificing any effect of vocal presence or low-end feel. I truly feel he hit this one out of the ball park!”
Look for Eve to Adam’s ‘Banquet for a Starving Dog’ in stores on September 13th.