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Anyone who rode shotgun during Worshipper’s blitz to their 2016 Rock And Roll Rumble crown may have caught a few covers blasting out of the speakers of ONCE Ballroom. Now the Boston rock band is taking those tributes and putting them on record, releasing Mirage Daze this June 1 via Tee Pee Records.
The four-song EP includes Worshipper’s take on Uriah Heep (“Easy Livin'”), The Oath (“Night Child”), Pink Floyd (“Julia Dream”) and The Who (“Heaven and Hell”). And if you’re lucky, maybe, just maybe, they’ll bust one or four out tonight when they play Koto in Salem with I Was Awake, Cortez, and Set Fire.
“The Mirage Daze EP is a labor of love,” guitarist Alejandro Necochea told The Obelisk last year. “We recorded it live in the studio very quickly last fall to give ourselves something to do while we settled back into our regular-life schedules after releasing Shadow Hymns and experiencing the fanfare that went with it. The idea was to make our own Garage Days revisiting the music from bands that inspired us to get together. Old groups like Uriah Heep, Pink Floyd, and The Who along with The Oath, a band that is relatively recent but their LP was one that brought us all together however long ago. Big fans.”
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“Boston Rock Band Updates Uriah Heep, The Oath, Pink Floyd and The Who on Cool Cover Collection” Proud to say we are releasing Worshipper’s ‘Mirage Daze’ covets EP on June 1st. Read all the pertinent details below via the always awesome ACTION! Public Relations. Pre-order it at the link in our bio! “Boston hard rock band Worshipper will release a collection of cover songs titled Mirage Daze on June 1 via Tee Pee Records. The four song EP, a boisterous bash through songs by Uriah Heep ("Easy Livin"), The Oath ("Night Child"), Pink Floyd ("Julia Dream") and The Who ("Heaven and Hell"), sees the award-winning quartet put its shredtastic spin on some of its personal favorite rock songs a la Metallica's The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited.” #worshipper #pinkfloyd #uriahheep #theoath #thewho