The Burn & Cry: Faith Molester

When the hot new Hard Rock Band the Burn and Cry needed a no holds bar music video to kick off their debut album Rust was happy to oblige. Anthony Cupo worked with the band to bring their vision to life in the form of “Faith Molester” look for it here and on their Myspace page later this month.

NYC metallers THE BURN & CRY have just released their highly anticipated video for their song, Faith Molester.

The band is currently being featured in Revolver Magazines Meet & Greet at this link:

The B&C’s music is also being featured on Headbanger’s Ball, MTV2’s Rock Block, Reverbnation, Metal Messiah Radio, Hollywood Music TV and MetalHeadRadio, as well as many more. The band was recently interviewed by Jose Mangin of Sirius Hard Attack, and they also won Metal Edge magazines Does Your Band Suck contest, which earned them a track on a recent Metal Edge CD sampler.

Born in the crucible of NYC, THE BURN & CRYs basic elements began with musical chemistry. Mike Marco had to start a metal band. Quickly spawning a handful of deep groove oriented songs with the rhythm section of Eric Eckelman and Kevin Mackall, who were already tightly conjoined as a working drum and bass unit, they completed the quaternity with the addition of guitar virtuoso Pancho Garza.

Thus evolved THE BURN & CRY. The four members each embody distinct ingredients of THE BURN & CRY elixir. Metal, Punk, Hard Rock, Thrash, Jazz, Reggae and Hip Hop spanning several decades of influence and all finding confluence in THE BURN & CRY music.

Mike Marco (Lead Luminous) – vocals
Kevin Mackall (Vaporworm) – bass & backing vox
Eric Eckelman (Salt Piranha) – drums
Pancho Garza (Etherwulf) guitar