The past 12 months have been really exciting for RC Static. Since resolving to make a real push toward their dream, the quartet has put Pittsburgh on the map as a center for modern rock. With several headlining shows, featured spots on 105.9 The X, 102.5 WDVE, and 92.1 WPTS, and support slots for nationals such as Cartel and MxPx to their credit, the boys took the summer months off to enter the studio and record their debut album.
Get What You Came For is a collection of 11 tracks full of sing along choruses and hard hitting breakdowns. The album's opening track "How About Now" is a testament to RC Static's ability to blend pop sensibilities with hard rock. "Matt lays it out pretty clearly in that song. We have a really diverse variety of influences but we have one common goal," says guitarist Eric Biel, speaking of band lyricist, producer, vocalist, and guitarist, Matt Rosemeier.
The album's title track “Get What You Came For” could be summed up by the simple idea of victory at any cost. "It’s a pretty explosive track that says a lot about who we are as a band and what we’re trying to do. I tried to write a song that resonated inside the listener from the first hit of the first note of the opening guitar melody all the way to its final choked crash three minutes later,” says Matt. The production of the song showcases Rosemeier's continuously evolving mastery of the recording studio.
When taken as a whole, the album is a perfect showcase of what makes RC Static Pittburgh's most unique rock band. Bass guitarist, Donny Cortese, explicates, "We really pushed ourselves over the past two years to create the best possible record without any professional help. We were already moving in a new direction before the release of our former pop-punk-centered record “Miles From Far Away” as Three Sided Circle. Along with the change of our name came a change in attitude and a new found pride in our fresh modern-rock sound"
RC Static is currently seeking management and legal representation.