Featuring Tesla bass ace Brian Wheat, SoulMotor deliver the kind of sleazy guitar riffs that never grow out of style. Darin Wood's assured and bluesy vocal performances along with the band's crack rhythm section also help make the Northern California-based act an irresistible proposition to any fans of good old fashioned hard rock. 'Wrong Place at the Right Time,' SoulMotor's brand new album, is packed to-the-gills with killer tunes like 'Down in Mexico' and 'Bones in the Rosegarden,' and it's currently streaming in its entirety on the group's official Facebook page.

Wheat produced and engineered 'Wrong Place at the Right Time' at his J Street Recorders that turned out to be the very last production ever done within the walls of the studio. A fire in September of 2010 destroyed J Street, but Wheat is in the process of building a new studio, tentatively called The Trax. Noisecreep has teamed up with Wheat and SoulMotor to bring to you the exclusive premiere of the band's video press kit for the new record.

Watch SoulMotor's video press kit for 'Wrong Place at the Right Time'


'Wrong Place at the Right Time' is on Wheat's newly formed custom label, Good Seed Music with partner Brian Clausman, a career-long marketing pro with a history of success stories with some of the leading brands in the U.S. including Seagram Beverage Company, Dannon Yogurt, Tropicana, P&G, PepsiCo, WalMart, Home Depot, CVS and many more. Many years prior, Clausman's dad owned a management company that signed three artists including Tesla.

In addition to SoulMotor, Good Seed's roster currently includes the pop/rock band Built by Stereo and legendary photographer and published photojournalist Ross Halfin.

'Wrong Place at the Right Time' is available now on iTunes.

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