New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the premiere of “Romeo & Juliet” by Remember The Monsters. The song takes on the vision of the famous tale, twisting it with a frantic rhythm pattern and discordant guitars. Aside from the soaring vocals in the chorus, the harsh vocals help give the song a more chaotic presence. When Remember The Monsters hit their stride with melodies, the song transforms into a hook friendly release. “Romeo & Juliet” has a theatrical side to it, gifted with sharp strings embracing the atmosphere and keeping the mood dark.

“My sick and twisted take on a literary classic.” – Ashten Banks (guitars/vocals)

“This song makes me feel all of the feelings all at once, intensely, and when the song is over I feel as if I was just beaten senselessly in a masochistic fashion. It’s fucking bizarre in the best way.” – Cameron Mizell (producer)

Blending the wide range and dynamic sounds of their many influences, Remember the Monsters combines the sleazy glam and soaring melodic hooks of Rock N’ Roll (think Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses) with the hard-hitting edge and soulful introspection of their modern contemporaries. Genre defying and passionately driven, Remember the Monsters delivers a listening experience unlike any other.



This is a rock n' roll takeover.

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