Foundry (band)

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Foundry is an American hard rock band from Las Vegas.[1] The band's current lineup consists of lead vocalist Mark Boals, guitarist Chris Iorio, bassist Niko Gemini, and drummer Marc Brattin.[1][2] Their newest singles, “Waiting For You”, “Another Way”, and “Let You Go” were released in 2021 and produced by Colin Brittain. Foundry has performed with notable acts such as Godsmack,[3] Papa Roach, Scorpions, Whitesnake, Tesla, Queensrÿche, Bret Michaels, Skid Row, Dokken, Saliva, FireHouse, Winger, Great White, and others.

Foundry
Foundry in 2021. From left to right; Marc Brattin, Chris Iorio, Niko Gemini, Mark Boals.
Foundry in 2021. From left to right; Marc Brattin, Chris Iorio, Niko Gemini, Mark Boals.
Background information
OriginLas Vegas
GenresRock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Years active2014 (2014)–present
LabelsSleaszy Rider Records
Websitewww.foundryrocks.com
Members
Past members

HistoryEdit

In 2020, Foundry’s single, “Intoxicate”, spent 8 weeks in the Active Rock Radio Top 40 Chart.[4] In 2019 they released original singles, “Intoxicate”, “Not This Time”, and “Thunder Rolls”, also produced by Colin Brittain. The band came out with two remakes, “Money” in 2020 and “Poker Face” in 2019. Foundry performed a 4th of July tribute LiveStream to pioneer new technology and hybrid audiences in response to the pandemic’s effect on live music.

Foundry released the single "Vegas Baby!" in December 2014.[1] The band's self-titled album was released January 5, 2015.[5] The record was mixed by Grammy-producer Steve Thompson with multi-platinum recording engineer Matt Breunig, and features guitarist Stoney Curtis and keyboardist Erik Norlander.[1][6][7] Foundry's record has 10 songs and was recorded at Vegas View Recording.[8][9] In March 2015, the band played at Count's Vamp'd in Las Vegas, where Keeling was inducted into the RockGodz Hall of Fame.[10][11] Foundry was featured on Radio Narcea, 107.5 FM out of Oviedo, Spain, in January 2017.[12]

SinglesEdit

Peak chart positions Album
US
Main.

[13]
Vegas Baby! 2014 Non-album single
Thunder Rolls 2019 Non-album single
Poker Face 2019 Non-album single
Intoxicate 2019 40 Non-album single
Not This Time 2019 38 Non-album single
Money 2020 Non-album single
Let You Go 2021 Non-album single
Another Way 2021 Non-album single
Waiting For You 2021 Non-album single

DiscographyEdit

Foundry, released January 2015

No.TitleLength
1."Blinded"3:18
2."Mind Radio"2:31
3."Get Over It"3:09
4."Rolling Stoned"3:06
5."Calling Allah"6:03
6."Hell Raiser"3:09
7."Shake"2:55
8."False Alarm"3:41
9."Television"3:24
10."Vegas Baby!" (Released as a single in December 2014)2:52

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Las Vegas Rockers Foundry Featuring Kelly Keeling Release "Vegas Baby!" Single For Free Download; Full Album Due in January". BraveWords. December 22, 2014.
  2. ^ Bobby Caughron (September 16, 2015). "Foundry Interview". Sleaze Roxx.
  3. ^ "Godsmack and Foundry play The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino". Las Vegas Music Guide. July 19, 2019.
  4. ^ Metal Meyham Radio (December 22, 2020). "THE ACTIVE ROCK CHART DECEMBER 2020". Metal Meyham Radio.
  5. ^ Taylor Carlson (February 16, 2015). "Foundry - The Debut Album From Kelly Keeling's Latest Band Has Arrived At Long Last!". ZRockr.
  6. ^ "Rock Band 'Foundry' Releases Debut Self-Titled Album". Broadway World. April 4, 2016.
  7. ^ "Kelly Keeling's Vocal Energy". Voice Council Magazine. July 5, 2015.
  8. ^ "Foundry Releases Debut Album Mixed by 7X Grammy-Winner Steve Thompson". Jammerzine. February 2015.
  9. ^ "Grammy Producer Steve Thompson says 'Foundry' Record is explosive". Complete World News. July 2015.
  10. ^ "RockGodz Crowned in Sin City". Sin City Presents. April 2015.
  11. ^ "Rock Godz Hall of Fame Second Induction Ceremony at Vamp'd Las Vegas". Vegas News. March 27, 2015.
  12. ^ "Morgana". La Corredoria Suena.
  13. ^ "Mainstream Rock Charts: Week of May 8th, 2021". Billboard. Retrieved May 4, 2021.