SBC at House Of Blues Hollywood April 4th at 9pm

Posted 03 Mar 2011 in News, Shows

Slow Burning Car will be performing on the mainstage of The House Of Blues Hollywood (8430 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA, 90069)  opening for Steel Panther on Monday April 4th at 9pm Discount Tickets ($5.00 per ticket PLUS a free guest) by contacting us on either our website, facebook, or myspace page. Please leave first and last name and an e-mail address we can contact you at to confirm your request.

Performing at the Live Loud N Local Festival

Posted 12 Feb 2011 in News

SBC will be performing at the Live Loud N Local Festival on May 7th, 2011 at 8pm at The Bamboo Lounge in Lancaster, CA (1009 West Ave. I, Lancaster, CA, 93534) Tickets are $5.00 and can be obtained by going to or at the venue. Over 60 bands will be performing during this 3 day festival which begins 6pm, Friday May 5th and lasts til 11pm on Sunday May 8th.

Live Review: Campus Circle Magazine (Feb. 2011)

Posted 04 Feb 2011 in News

Los Angeles ends at the Santa Monica Freeway, or at least it might as well. The fact is, you can always get people to drive up from the South Bay or the beach for a night of music in Hollywood, but almost no one has the gas to go the other way. Pity those poor Hollywood types. They are missing out on bands who are truly pushing the envelope; bands who are intelligent, bands who rock, bands like Slow Burning Car. This guitar-driven machine plays full-throttle rock like you seldom hear further north. Call them metal if you will, but this is metal that’s been tempered with the heat of passion, fun and the kind of intimacy that just isn’t possible...

Interview: / 2-3-11

Posted 03 Feb 2011 in News

Check out the interview with Troy Spiropoulos of Slow Burning Car with Robert Saul of Nightviews Radio. You can download the interview from either the  or site

Live Review: The Brixton Southbay 11-20-10 by Charlie Steffens (

Posted 30 Jan 2011 in News

Slow Burning Car Live at the Brixton South Bay (11-20-10) Redondo Beach, CA By Charlie Steffens (of A guitar-driven machine, known as Slow Burning Car, played full-throttle rock show with a fun, garage band attitude and great musicianship to a most appreciative crowd at the Brixton. The Los Angeles quartet fronted by singer/bassist Troy Spiropoulos, played an impressive set of songs from Blowback, their debut, and the recently released Vol. 2 — The Scattering. Guitarist Brian Butler plays with a passion, emotion, and intensity characteristic of the greatest axesmiths in rock. Victor Bishop adds a whole new element to the hard rock genre – intimacy — with his keyboard playing. Under it all, drummer Mike Zimmerman holds propels the songs with a rare...