Los Angeles, CA - Mickey Kravitz worked with guitarist Hyland Church ( Harlow, DC4, Electra ) to write and record along with bassist Yanni Barakos ( Harlow, Electra ) and drummer Dan Welby ( Hostile Groove, Electra, Time and the Dragon ). Recorded at Stagg Street in Los Angeles mixed by Ross Stein produced by Kravitz/Stein. "Down on the Devil" is just a rock song, straight ahead rock! “After being locked up for 2 years with all this Corona nonsense they wanted to just do something fun without really thinking too hard about it, something with a cool 70s rock vibe and feel". They are looking forward to getting back in the studio soon to write and record another couple songs.
Harlow was formed in Kansas City Mo 1986 with Mickey Kravitz Vocal, Hyland Church guitar, Matt Cascio guitar, Mike Rubyor drums, Gregg Hurla Bass. The band signed with Greenworld Records with the help of then manager Eric Greif, released the first record "We do what we wanna do" and the single "Rock the Box". Harlow was picked one of the top 50 bands from Kansas city coming in at number 50. Cleopatra records re-released "Rock the Box" on the Hollywood Rocks box set in 2005. Harlow reformed in 2009 to play the ROCKLAHOMA festival and released another single "Fear on the radio" with Cherie Currie ( The Runaways ) singing backup vocals on Retrospect Records from the full length record "Now and Then. Also released the holiday classic "Snow all night" for the Stanta's Soundtrack on Main Man Records. 2011 Harlow was nominated for an AVN award for best original song in an adult XXX movie.
Links to "Down on the Devil" Video: https://youtu.be/4n47Uxx2Bi4