Never rest on past success is a good philosophy to live by. The guys in Message To Venus must agree with this and then some.

Message To Venus is a four-piece based out of Miami, FL and is comprised of Jandre Nadal (vocals/guitar), John Feliciano (guitar), Edgar Ramos (bass), and JuanMa Font (drums). Formed in January 2009, the guys have drawn praise from established artists such as Godsmack and Halestorm for their music and style. There is a new album coming soon, Victims & Villains, and it was recorded in the band’s native San Juan, Puerto Rico with producer, Leo Alvarez.

Over and Done is a song about the internal struggle we all go through at some point in life – an escape from yourself, from being your own enemy.” ~ Jandre Nadal

Message To Venus began the year with a successful crowdfunding campaign for Victims & Villains and several tours already in the books. Fans who contributed to the Indiegogo campaign last year have already received their copies of the new record. Along with other crowdfunding perks, they also received a limited-edition Message To Venus comic book.

“We’re blown away by all the support we received through our Indiegogo campaign. Fans really embraced the new album and comic book projects. We can’t thank everyone that contributed enough!” ~ John Feliciano

The big news, though, is the release of the first lyric video in support of the newest project. “Over and Done” was released to great fanfare and has so far been doing quite well on YouTube. The band shot the music video for the song with director Andrés Ramirez Molina.

Message to Venus – Over and Done (Lyric Video)

When the album drops, National Rock Review will be your place to catch the early review. In the meantime, Message To Venus is preparing for a performance at WJRR’s Earthday Birthday, set to take place on Apr 25, 2015, in Orlando, with the likes of Slash, Bush, Rise Against, Nothing More, Flyleaf and more. So, give the video a spin and let us know what you think.



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After getting the photo bug in the far, past days of black and white film, Erich continued to develop his eye for photography which lead to stops in the sporting, art, wedding, and eventually concert music worlds. Now, doing more writing for National Rock Review, he has entered into the journey of getting to know the artists and the industry, not just the faces on the other side of the lens.

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