Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 2:12PM
Mechanism is the combined talent of four of Seattle’s most respected and always ingenious rockers; Ryan Renfield (Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar), Tony DeLisio (Lead Guitar), Bobby D’Angelo (Bass) and Rob Rotermund (Drums). Formed in late 2007, Mechanism’s www.mechanismweb.com/ unique blend of modern and classic metal immediately set them apart; the band’s ability to create a distinctive sound and mind-blowing experience continually garners attention from the industry and fans alike.
When asked about signing with Rage on Stage Management, lead guitarist Tony DeLiso said, "Mechanism is VERY excited to be working with Frank James and Rage on Stage Management! Over the past year we have been looking around for quality representation and after reviewing the level of talent and success of the artists being managed by Frank, Rage on Stage www.rageonstagemgmt.com/ was the obvious choice."
Although often categorized with bands such as Disturbed, God Smack, Sevendust, Kill Switch Engage and Black Sabbath, followers of Mechanism never shy away from touting the band’s ability to create and play outside the rock box. There is no question that Mechanism is one of Seattle’s most popular bands and is in high demand as direct support for National acts touring the Washington area; sharing the stage with greats such as Michael Shenker, Y&T, Sanctuary, Where Angels Suffer (former members of W.A.S.P. And Metal Church), Dokken, MindFlow, and will share the stage with Dope on July 14th at the renowned BackStage Bar & Grill www.reverbnation.com/venue/backstagebargrill.
Couple the band’s already impressive resume with the announcement of their signing to Rage on Stage Management there is immediately a frenzy of anticipation and speculation as to the new and broadened path being carved out for Mechanism’s future.
"Mechanism was one of the first bands we fell in love with years ago, say's Frank James (president of ROSM) when we had them rock the stage for an International tour we had passing through. We've been friends ever since and I guess the timing was right for them to come under our management. At this point I couldn't be happier!! Not only are they the kind of act that we want to represent, but we're close friends and there has always been professional respect between us which is imperative to any bands success".