This year has taken a significant toll on us all. As such, many have had to make decisions as to how to move forward. While the members of The Fulcrum are sad to see friend Dean Burlon Jr. exit the band, the time and effort he put forth was appreciated and he will be missed.
Luckily, Mr. Bill Seidman has chosen to fill his seat. The members of The Fulcrum are happy to welcome him into the band and excited to continue on their boundless rock experiment. Recording of a full length release is set to begin in the coming months.
The band has been quiet, but not motionless. The members of this new iteration of The Fulcrum have been using their time in the new world system to create, introspect, and plan their next move.
When it was safe to do so, they reconvened, and began hashing out a new sound, feel, and new level of creativity to push the band. And through a beautiful stroke of luck, they’ve been honored with a radio spot on their home rock station — Long Island’s own 94.3 The Shark.
All the members of The Fulcrum are extremely grateful that they will be able to hear their creation “Must Be a Dream” Sunday 10/4 between 7-9 PM on The Shark’s new music show ‘Fresh Blood.’Being avid listeners and lovers of rock radio, it is truly an honor to hear, for even a few minutes, their song come over the airwaves and grace the ears of fellow Long Island rock fans.
No doubt, this is not the last update of the year for the band, as they head into the pre-production phase of their next release – and await the day their live energy can flood a venue once again.
The members of The Fulcrum are pleased to announce Dean Burlon will now be playing drums in the band. Dean brings hard-hitting, versatile, and powerful rhythmic energy to the table, which fits well with The Fulcrum’s no-rules experimental style.
In the same light, The Fulcrum would also like to thank former drummer Joe Santangelo for his time with the band. Joe was a tried-and-true rocker who showed up to every gig and practice ready to impress. His exit was simply due to significant geographic challenges, which he always did his best to overcome. But life has a way of moving all of us in our own direction, and in some instances, away from where we’d prefer to be.
The Fulcrum wishes Joe the best and is thankful for all his contributions to the band.
The Fulcrum have just released a new music video for the song “Brilliance” off their Light Peeking In EP. This is the third in a string of DIY videos the band has released since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing quarantine. It is, however, the first that includes footage shot specifically for the video, albeit under auspicious circumstances due to the state of world affairs.
Brilliance is one of the more mellow, intricate songs on the EP, but it no doubt ends with a bang. The new music video parallels that sonic dynamic.
“Old Guys Talk Metal and Sometimes Punk” is A Saturday night show on FM radio in Phoenix, Arizona. It’s now also a podcast. How The Fulcrum became graced with knowledge of their existence is, of course, thanks to social media. They were kind enough to feature two of the songs from the new EP on the show this past Saturday night — “Blight of ’71” and “Casualty of Gravity.”
Since they focus on genuinely well-done heavy music, the show was also packed full of other really awesome metal bands, plus fun commentary by the guys. A radio program like this is a breath of fresh air to listen to. All the members of The Fulcrum will definitely be tuning in again.
You can listen to the show on the station’s website or with the Listen2MyRadio app. You can also follow the guys on Twitter and Instagram for pics and links to featured artists, as well as show updates.
The Fulcrum have recorded and released a new EP as of April 2020. “Light Peeking In” is the second EP from the band and the first release with four members. The band also put out two music videos, created in quarantine with stock footage and some live clips.
While the band is incredibly proud of “Light Peeking In,” they are already hard at work on their first full-length album, not to mention chomping at the bit to play live again.