Victoria’s Hot Hot Heat rocketed up to relative fame in 2002 with their infectious and catchy dance-punk sound. People loved it and with good reason! That year marked the release of their EP Knock Knock Knock and followed by the full-length album Make Up the Breakdown, produced by Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden), which spawned hits “Bandages” and “Talk to Me, Dance With Me”. Things were looking up for the group.
By the time 2005 rolled around, the group had seen the departure of guitarist Dante DeCaro, signed a major label deal with Warner Bros and released Elevator with modest success. It still afforded them supporting gigs on the Foo Fighters/Weezer ‘Foozer Tour’ and an opening slot on the Killers‘ Red Rock Amphitheatre performance in 2007. Later that year, they released Happiness Ltd. and toured with Snow Patrol.
Now after laying low and writing/recording, Hot Hot Heat are poised to release their new album Future Breeds, produced by Ryan Dahle (of Limblifter, Age of Electric) and featuring new bassist Parker Bossley (of Fake Shark – Real Zombie!). The album hits stores on June 1st, 2010 through Dine Alone Records.
Check out “Zero Results” below and make sure to download your free mp3 copy courtesy RCRDLBL.com;