Monday, June 27, 2016


"We first became acquainted with [Eddie Gobbo] via the power and fury of noise rock crushers Jar'd Loose. That band is sadly no more, but Gobbo's new act, Something Is Waiting, picks up right where Jar'd Loose left off."

"A stripped-down racket so snotty and unconcerned with the niceties of mainstream society, it would have scared the shit out of The Sex Pistols in their prime."

Newest Chicago supergroup Something Is Waiting – ex-Jar'd Loose frontman Eddie Gobbo, ex-(Lone) Wolf and Cub drummer Idin Alexzander, Bricktop Recording owner/engineer Pete Grossman, and Barren Heir bassist Eddie Limperis – has revealed new song "Cult House" today via Decibel Magazine.

Listen to "Cult House," here:

The song appears on debut album The Something Is Waiting Band, coming July 22nd on The Path Less Traveled Records.

"Our goal with this band was to write the most aggressive, paranoid music that we could, rooted in garage rock and '70s rock. Today Is The Day meets ZZ Top, if you will," states frontman Gobbo. In his harsh, Axl Rose snarl, Gobbo spits poetic yet brutal lyrics, while his band rides deep, raw, garage-rockin' grooves. It is a fresh sound, brimming with realness and wit, existing purely outside of today's trends.

The Something Is Waiting Band was recorded and mixed by Pete Grossman at Bricktop, and mastered by Carl Saff (Red Fang, Coliseum).

Something Is Waiting, live:
Aug 12 - Chicago, IL @ Reggie's Rock Club w/ Mouth of the Architect