MASON HILL album preorder and new single launch

Hotly tipped Scottish rock outfit, Mason Hill, release their new single “Against The Wall” today via 7Hz Recordings (ADA). The track is taken from their debut album, also entitled “Against The Wall” which will be released on 5th March 2021 in Cd, Black heavyweight Vinyl, 3 additional striking colour Vinyl versions and an uber-fan collectable Vinyl picture disk, all available for pre-order via the following link: PRE ORDER HERE

Lead singer, Scott Taylor, commented: “It’s finally here! Our debut album Against The Wall is the culmination of 5 years of literal blood, sweat, tears and everything in between! The whole process has been beset by about everything known to man but we’ve finally prevailed and couldn’t be happier. Now if only we could get out and tour again in 2021 – it’s going to be a great year for us either way and we can’t wait”

To trace the Mason Hill story to its origin, Scott Taylor and James Bird met at school in Glasgow. At the age of 14, Bird was already an accomplished, award-winning, gifted guitar prodigy, who’d shared a stage with Ozzy Osbourne/Black Label Society man Zakk Wylde, a personal hero, toured across the UK, and secured endorsements from leading music brands. The teenage Taylor already harboured dreams of fronting a rock ‘n’ roll band, and the pair’s friendship and shared aspirations led them to form a band. In 2013 the pair formed Mason Hill, adding drummer Craig McFetridge, bassist Matthew Ward and guitarist Marc Montgomery in due course.

Five diverse, colourful characters, the members of the group were instantly bonded by a shared, singular vision for their band: Taylor relinquished long-held plans to become an Olympic swimmer in order to focus on music, while Ward withdrew from a degree course at the University of Glasgow, where he’d been studying microbiology/virology. For these ambitious young men, Mason Hill was and is priority number one.

Mason Hill are Scott Taylor (lead vocals), James Bird (lead guitar), Marc Montgomery (guitar), Matthew Ward (bass) and Craig McFetridge (drums)

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