GRAVEL, a hard-hitting, in-your-face rock ‘n roll band from Southern Colorado, took the music world by storm with their debut album “Let’s Do This,” released by Stryker Records in September last year. Produced by Saving Abel’s Scott Wilson at Sunshine Studios in Colorado Springs and distributed worldwide through Ingrooves, a Universal Music Group company, the album has garnered widespread acclaim and set the stage for what promises to be an exciting journey for the band.
Comprised of talented musicians, including vocalist and rhythm guitarist Troy Kammerdiener, lead guitarist Joseph Vallejos, bass guitarist Cory Kyles, and drummer Philippe Franco, GRAVEL is known for their distinctive sound and electrifying performances that integrate visual elements into their hard rock shows. Their music has been described as hard-hitting and aggressive, with driving rhythms and memorable riffs that captivate audiences from start to finish.
In 2023, GRAVEL will embark on a nine-month-long US tour with Texas Hippie Coalition, featuring highlights such as Daytona Bike Week, Thunder in the Valley Rally, and the Texas Hippie Coalition Family Reunion in Oklahoma City. The band has already toured the United States with some of the prominent names in the music industry, including Slipknot, Alice in Chains, Hollywood Vampires, Five Finger Death, Punch, Breaking Benjamin, Marilyn Manson, Rise Against, and Korn, and has shared the stage with fan favorites such as Bullet for My Valentine, Skillet, Nothing More, Queensryche, Scott Stapp, In This Moment, All That Remains, Sick Puppies, Like a Storm, I Prevail, Adelitas Way, Avatar, Butcher Babies, Wednesday 13, Bullet Boys, Bobaflex, Loudness, Bang Tango, Fozzy, Salvia, Lita Ford, Buckcherry, and Steel Panther.
GRAVEL is also no stranger to the US Biker Rally circuit, having performed at Sturgis, Crater Rally, and Farmington NM Hawg Fest, among others. With more exciting events on the horizon, including a reunion with Blacktop Mojo, GRAVEL is eager to continue sharing their music with the world.
As a testament to their commitment and passion for rock ‘n roll, GRAVEL’s debut album “Let’s Do This” marks a milestone in the band’s journey, and they have many more milestones in their sights. Headlining shows, conquering national stages, and cementing their name in rock history, GRAVEL is truly a force to be reckoned with. So, if you’re a fan of hard rock music and want to be swept off your feet by the driving rhythms and unforgettable riffs of GRAVEL, don’t miss their 2023 US Tour with Texas Hippie Coalition.