The coolest nights, you know, happen by chance. For THE HORNETS and the subsequent release of this first album, it was more or less like that. A band formed almost out of boredom, for fun, for leisure, to get out of the usual work routine, to give voice to some love failures, or to flip off a bad day, or simply to escape from other musical projects. The rest is easy: it was enough to attach the guitar to a Fender Supereverb with the volume at 8, a couple of badass drum fills, oh well, the bass (because there must be one...) and Heavier Than A Stone was born. These are the simple points from which the idea of the record starts: raw elements, belonging to the each of us, sincere, alive, waiting only for the hands of some asshole (in this case The Hornets) to make them shine and give them a musical life and, of course, they could only be pronounced to the sound of Rock'n'Roll, plain and simple. Everything is seemingly easy, smooth or obvious, that’s nonsense! The realization of all this, and of what has been said, was long, heavy, but at the same time lustful, and the result that was born out of it is just as much!
Why should you listen to this record? Simply because everyone and anyone once in their life should say: "Yes... I like Rock'n'Roll!"