Blacked Out

by Out of Bounds

Released 2018
Out of Bounds Rocks
Released 2018
Out of Bounds Rocks
A blend of driving hard rock riffing guitars, soulful melodies and vocals. Each song is edgy, melodic and catchy.
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Whether you like your rock on the field or “out of bounds,” one high-energy rock band out of Central Jersey is sure to catch your attention. OUT OF BOUNDS mixes riffing guitars with driving power and soulful melodies. Singer Sean McCoy leads each song with a hard-rocking soulful vocal on songs written by guitarist David “The RockDoc” Rosenfeld, which are edgy, melodic and catchy. The RockDoc also sings lead vocals on a handful of OUT OF BOUNDSsongs making him and Sean the Gene and Paul or the Paul and John of OUT OF BOUNDS.
Bandmates, David Rosenfeld and bassist Steve Pasqua, performed in a local cover band called In Transition. After a chance jam session in 2015 with one of Steve’s co-workers, guitarist and singer Sean McCoy, they realized their chemistry was undeniable and OUT OF BOUNDS was formed with David’s son Daniel on drums. After only four weeks of playing together, OUT OF BOUNDS earned themselves a spot performing at the inaugural Rock Carnival in Clark, NJ.
For OUT OF BOUNDS, the ride has been amazing ever since with a slew of amazing shows at venues around the tri-state area sprinkled in allowing the band to network with many of Jersey’s best musicians. In 2016, Daniel would have to vacate his drum seat for college right before OUT OF BOUNDS’ repeat performance at the second Rock Carnival in Lakewood, NJ. Drew Sosa is currently behind the kit for OUT OF BOUNDS solidifying their lineup once again.
May 2018, OUT OF BOUNDS will release their debut CD, Blacked Out, featuring “You Still Hold My Heart”, “Comin’”, and “Bleeding Away.” Blacked Out was produced by Black Label Society bassist John “JD” DeServio.
Fans of bands like Alice in Chains, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Velvet Revolver and Stone Temple Pilots will really enjoy OUT OF BOUNDS and their debut CD, Blacked Out. Moving forward, OUT OF BOUNDS looks to build their online presence and make merchandise available to their growing fan base, while possibly finding management.
After all, this can’t be a rock ‘n’ roll band if they played within the lines. Rock ‘n’ roll was meant to be played OUT OF BOUNDS!