Jared Mullins and Joe Brooks formed San Diego-based power rock trio Heavy Glow in August 2008. The group recorded its first EP at Velvet Revolver’s Studio in Los Angeles with legendary producer Stevie Salas, who has worked with artists such as Rod Stewart and Mick Jagger.
The self-titled debut EP’s six songs capture the band’s ability to communicate raw, visceral music. It was released to favorable reviews and international airplay. FOX’s new detective series “Good Guys” used Heavy Glow’s “Grinnin’ in the Dark” in the soundtrack for its second episode.

HEAVY GLOW is frequently compared to Queens of the Stone Age, Band of Skulls, and Blue Cheer. The band has released two EPs over the past year and a half, their first produced by Stevie Salas at Velvet Revolver’s studio.
They have recently released a follow-up EP entitled, “The Filth & The Fury.” The EP’s single, “Hot Mess” was featured in Classic Rock Magazine’s July Edition. The Filth & The Fury was also nominated for Best Rock Album of the Year in San Diego.