Within a few years ATP was at the vanguard of the new Southern Heavy/Stoner Rock scene. Releasing 3 albums (Rise Again-1998, River City Revival-1999, Constellation-2000) on famed poster artist Frank Kozik’s Man’s Ruin Records and already touring internationally before signing with metal juggernaut Relapse Records in 2001. The band would continue their Road-Dog work ethic matched with a prolific and unique musical crusade for an additional 4 albums (Staring at the Divine-2002, Fulton Hill-2004, Open Fire-2007, Live at the Contamination Festival-2008) by the time they disbanded in 2008, leaving a legacy that continues to influence countless artists and musicians to this day.
Now, for the first time in 14 years, the band has resurfaced for an exclusive hometown performance Saturday December 3rd at the Richmond Music Hall. Embracing a selection of songs from their entire catalog, the show will be a celebration of loud Heavy Rock in that distinctive Alabama Thunderpussy flair. Support provided by New Orleans underground legends- Suplecs and local Motorriffic Kings- Loud Night.