What is Gallons of Pork like?
“̶I̶ ̶k̶n̶o̶w̶ ̶a̶b̶o̶u̶t̶ ̶y̶o̶u̶r̶ ̶c̶o̶u̶p̶”̶ – RFK to JBL.
Gallons Of Pork blurs the lines between genres with versatile music that’s highly addictive, loaded with chemicals, packaged and ready to serve. April 2016 marked the release of their sophomore album ‘It Might Be Beans,’ a sonic-adventure that ranged from the weird to even more bizarre. The album features songs that incorporate their improvisational & multi-genre instincts into the freshest new sound you could hope for from farm to table, blended with the concept of a never-ending jam told in snippets of musique concrete.
Stumbling into a chance opportunity after a friend booked them headlining a live show at a local house party; Gallons Of Pork quickly legitimized themselves after beginning as a comical concept shared only between four friends. After dominating the show, the rush of support for their brash new sound inspired this group of music students from SUNY Oneonta to continue jamming and hamming it up in the studio and on tour, all in pursuit of bringing the Pork to the people! They released their debut EP ‘Meat The Band,’ recorded in their school’s studios in April 2015.
With intense music-theory backgrounds and an attitude fueled by sarcasm and perversion, Gallons of Pork combine extreme elements of metal, jazz, punk, funk and more into massive instrumental jams and innovative, improvised songs designed to shake the hanging meat right off the hooks. Currently comprised of the ruthless talents & skills of Joe Kaplan (Vocals, Guitar), Mo LaMastro (Guitar), Frank Cicciarello (Bass), Mike Sanbeg (Drums), and producer Peter Grancio (Vocals, Misc.) – Gallons Of Pork are making meaty music for mass consumption.