Welcome to the Rockers Behind the Badge Project! We are INSITES, national recording artists comprised of law enforcement officers, making music since 2008. We are currently touring and performing in support of our latest endeavor, The Rockers Behind the Badge Project, promoting PTSD and suicide prevention awareness for law enforcement and first responders everywhere. Insites is currently signed to Melodic Revolution Records out of Orlando, FL, www.mrrmusic.com. We have recently released three new singles, “Tattoo”, “Etched in Stone” (a tribute to law enforcement), and “Wait”. The latter, which was produced by Grammy nominated Brian Lanese of Los Angeles, CA, is featured on the documentary “Code 9 – Officer Needs Assistance” written and produced by Deborah Louise Ortiz and Dangerous Curves Productions of N.Y. This award winning film, is a powerful documentary that explores and brings awareness to the darker side of law enforcement as it tells the stories of police officers and their families who are now suffering the mental anguish of the careers they chose, which unfortunately has led some to suicide. We are proud to work with and perform in support of Code 9, please stop by and visit them for more information at Code9Project.org.
We are currently in the studio recording new songs for this, our new EP, with Robert Dante of Velvet Basement Studios in Miami, FL, who over a decade has worked with numerous Platinum recording artist. We are also happy to announce that this new EP will be mixed and mastered by Brian Virtue, an American Grammy-nominated music producer, engineer and mixer based in Los Angeles, California who has worked with artists including Jane's Addiction, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Audioslave, Deftones, Puddle of Mudd, Chevelle, Hawthorne Heights and Crazy Town. In the early 1990s, he began working in recording studios as an audio engineer which later developed into working as a producer. Virtue worked with producer Bob Ezrin on Thirty Seconds to Mars' self-titled album in 2001 and 2002, and developed into more work with Ezrin on Jane's Addiction and with Rick Rubin on Audioslave. In 2007, Virtue moved from Los Angeles to Nashville where he worked from his own studio, including recording Chevelle's Sci-Fi Crimes. Virtue also worked on the Jane's Addiction song "Superhero" which is the opening theme to the TV show Entourage. Welcome and thank you Mr. Virtue, for sharing your amazing talent with us, we are both grateful and humbled!
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Thank you all for your continued support!