Richmond, VA, January 25, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Virginia’s indie-rock band scene is growing rapidly due to the city of Richmond’s support of fine arts, culture, and expression. Bands that have long flown under the radar, like the rock band Satori, have been gaining momentum as a result of the city’s unique fascination with basement blasting rock bands.
Satori, founded in 1999, has been playing venues across Virginia one by one for many years in order to gain fans, impress new crowds, and most importantly, have a good time. As the band moves forward with the release of their yet-to-be-titled new album, they have launched a new website www.satoriVA.com for the fans.
“We believe in putting on a great show, giving back to the crowds, and staying relevant,” stated hard-hitting drummer Chris Barr. “The new album is going to reflect our aggressive approach to music, live energy, and past struggles…not just as a band, but as humans. We are excited to be playing rock music, and we are excited about connecting with new people through our new website www.satoriVA.com.”
The official Satori website offers lots of great features for fans and visitors. At the site visitors are offered free stickers, free mp3 downloads of the band’s most popular tracks, and a gallery of photography to browse through in a streamlined layout. The site offers in an in-depth look into the band’s sound, personality, beliefs, and live concerts. Virginia music fans have a new reason to rock.