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RatFarm is a hard hitting heavy metal band based out of Pitman, NJ featuring Greg Rubin, Rick Mitchell and Jon Tropp (formerly from the band "No Warning Shots") and Scott "Stanley" Pustilnick (formerly of MCA recording artist "Familiar 48" aka "Bonehead", whose major label album "Wondering Nothing", with the hit single "The Question", charted on both the Billboard Rock and Hot AC charts.)

The group met while recording at Audio Alley in Pitman, NJ where Scott introduced them to his experiences recording with Grammy-nominated producer Don Gehman (John Mellencamp, REM, Blues Traveler), Mark Dearnly (AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne), and touring with such artists as Creed, Nickleback and Rob Zombie.

RatFarm takes the aggressive lyrics of "New" Metal and combines that with the addictive guitar and bass from such greats as Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden, to produce what it calls "Smart" Metal. RatFarm does not scream to confuse the audience; rather, RatFarm screams to be understood. Gone are the 10 minute endless confusing jams that no one can comprehend. Gone are the dog barking lyrics that no one can understand. RatFarm re-defines metal in 2013, bringing back the addictive guitars and adept song writing that is lacking today.

The first two singles from the self-titled album, RatFarm, are now available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and 15 other digital media outlets.
Music and downloads coming to a computer near you, on 17 different digital media outlets.

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Bands Who Influence Us...
Sabbath, Megadeth, Tool, Lamb of God, Metallica, Yes, Coheed & Cambria, Kansas, Kamelot, Nightwish
We are RatFarm...

Greg Rubin-Lead Vocals
Rick Mitchell-Guitar
Scott "Stanley" Pustilnick-Bass
Jon Tropp-Drums
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