Chicago based "Low of the Low" isn't interested in being just any average, ordinary American rock band like most out today - that's obvious at first listen. Their gritty, groove driven guitar work and attitude scream through the speakers as you listen to any song off of the band's debut album "Land of Lincoln." (Coming 9/05/08)
Hailing from the infamous South Side of Chicago, comes five guys proud to represent the tough, blue collar streets of Chicago and all that they represent. Taking a stand for the common man, telling it like it is - like it or not - this is what the music of "Low of the Low" is all about. This isn't just music they make; it's a way of life!
United in 2005 with the sole purpose of putting a new face on a tired American rock scene, it's quite easy to hear that this band is driven to bash out their own untypical brand of 'take it or take it' rock n' roll. Focusing more on music and substance, accompanied by rock solid grooves, the band doesn't fall back on the typical flash and emo sob stories that are commonplace in the over processed music of today.
With their powerful songs and live performances, "Low of the Low" has developed a rabid following in Chicago and the midwest, and the national landscape is what the band will set their sights on in 2008. The band features Mark Crowley on vocals, Pat Sullivan on bass, Pete Morelli on lead guitar, Paul Jagmanis on rhythm, and Frank Schuch on drums. So, crack open a cold one, fire it up, and keep your eye's peeled in the year 2008 for "Low of the Low' - then again, it's awfully hard not to hear them coming!