Picture it - In the cutthroat world of music, a band stands so far above the rest that they've undoubtedly earned the label, "The future of Hard Rock" (WRHU 88.7FM). In late 2003 the New York born and raised Pfeffer brothers Rob (Vocals, Guitar) and Dan (Guitar) set out to create an original hard hitting sound that would incorporate aggressive melodies, in your face guitar driven crunch and ear grabbing, radio-ready hooks. FEFF's lineup solidified with the additions of Long Island native Brian Struse (Drums), and New Yorker Adam James (Bass). The band hit the New York club circuit and beyond with an incredibly powerful, high energy show that won them a loyal following of hard rock fans all over the country.
The bands early demos began receiving airplay on NYC’s 92.3 K-ROCK. Due to the overwhelming amount of requests, K-ROCK invited FEFF to their studios for an on-air interview with DJ Matt Pinfield. After K-ROCK began playing FEFF, Q104.3 and 102.3 WBAB quickly followed, making them the only unsigned band to be played on all three of NYC’s major rock radio stations. In just three months the band sold out of all 3000 copies of the demo. After this FEFF decided it was time to head into the studio to record their debut album “Question The Motive”. Released on Oct. 20th, 2006 to anxiously awaiting fans all across the world. The new CD further proves that FEFF is a force to be reckoned within the hard rock world. With no label, the band has used Myspace as the hub of operations to get the attention the CD deserves. Early sales of “Question The Motive”, and tens of thousands of online hits to the website a day has made FEFF possibly the biggest unsigned hard rock band in the United States. Needless to say this sort of attention did not go unnoticed. Sirius satellite radio’s The Howard Stern Show took a liking to the band by consistently plugging FEFF on the air and using tracks from the bands brand new album as bumpers and intros’ to the show. XM Satellite Radio also jumped on the FEFF bandwagon recently labeling them as one of the top twelve unsigned bands in the country following a long run as one of the most played and requested bands on XM channel 52.
Even with all this, it’s the live show where FEFF really shines. This fall the band headed out on a 3 week tour of the east coast capping it off with a sold out show to 3500 people at the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia with Artie Lange of the Howard Stern show. The planning is currently underway on a national tour for the spring and summer to support the new CD. So keep your ears open and your eyes peeled for when FEFF rolls through your town. Amidst a mob of apathetic, passionless competitors, FEFF has proven themselves as a band with the attitude and the brains to get what they want. Editor Mike G from Metal Maniacs, said it best, "They’re smart, they're talented. Those are the ones who make it, those are the ones who last."
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