Moisture Fuel‘s birth took place in 2002 when Ric Loriot returned to the studio with producer Dave Holloway. The result was the Blood Everywhere album released in June 2004. In July 2004 Moisture Fuel went live performing several tracks from Blood Everywhere plus some early 70's classics. The live shows received a positive response and as a result new original songs were introduced to develop the sound created on Blood Everywhere. In early 2006 the band returned to the studio with the result being the 3 track Piece of Me EP. Piece of Me was released on the Podsafe network in June 2006 and gained airplay on numerous Podcasts across the U.S including Adam Curry's Daily Source Code out of San Francisco The Big Break from Charleston, South Carolina, Bad dawg radio from Chicago as well as Dave Rabbit's Radio First Termer Experience. Florida based Raven Entertainment Promotions compared the band to U.S bands Candlebox and Better Than Ezra.
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