Hank Stone finds himself at the renowned Battery Studios in London, UK, a hallowed ground with a storied history in the music industry. This studio, formerly known as Assault and Battery Studios, was co-founded by acclaimed producers Flood and Moulder, whose combined credits include iconic albums from artists such as U2, Depeche Mode, and The Smashing Pumpkins. The studio’s transformation from Assault and Battery to Battery Studios marked a new chapter in its legacy.
In this musical haven, Hank Stone, an accomplished session bassist, songwriter, musician, and producer, weaves his magic with a 1969 Les Paul Custom Bass, crafting melodic basslines that resonate with pure euphony. Beyond his studio endeavours, Hank Stone offers his exceptional talents for remote session bass work through L.A. Gold Records, a testament to his unwavering commitment to the craft. Amidst the vintage studio equipment and the warm, inviting atmosphere, Battery Studios has seen the creation of countless major records, a tradition that continues to thrive, thanks to the artistry of talents like Hank Stone and the studio’s rich history as Assault and Battery.