Launched in the late '90s in San Diego, California USA, with a reputation for heavy-Rock, inciting lyrics and insane stage performance Mower is driven by Dominic Moscatello and fellow lead singer Brian Sheerin; the line-up also features guitarist Matt Wannamaker, bassist Chris McCredie and the band's original drummer Ryan Toth.
The San Diego-based powerhouse began a frenzy of networking and managed
to find their way onto some big bills traveling around their hometown;
early shows with GWAR, HED
p.e., System Of A Down and
a Vans Warped Tour date in 1999 raised eyebrows in the music industry.
Momentum grew steadily and the list of prominent acts they had performed
alongside grew with it, shows with Deftones,
Linkin Park, P.O.D.,
Monkey, Nonpoint and others fueled
the band's desire to tour and progress toward bigger things.
It wasn't until 2003 that the band was able to sign to Suburban Noize Records, release their self-titled debut and begin touring nationwide.
Mower's next CD, "Not For You" was released in May 2006 and the band toured for a month with HED p.e. in support of the disc which included the single "Road Rage" and the free MP3 audio track "Broken Hands".
"Make It A Double" followed in July 2009.