Atlanta rock band, Nashville Pussy are preparing to release their EarMusic label debut on September 7th, titled "Pleased To Eat You." This is also the band's first new music in four years. The band's new 14-song album, begins with the raw, high-energy attack of "She Keeps Me Coming" as this 20 year old band show no signs of slowing down. They continue with the southern boogie of "We Want A War" and the pounding drums of "Go Home And Die." Nashville Pussy speed up the tempo with the punk-like feel of "Low Down Dirty Pig," then show off their swagger with "Testify." The band go all-out heavy metal on "Drinking My Life Away," before finishing up their latest release with blues-based "CCKMP" and the spoken word poetry of "Blaine's Bedtime Stories." Nashville Pussy are currently touring in Europe. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album "Pleased To Eat You," please visit nashvillepussy.com.
Arriving September 21 through Rise Records is the new self-titled release from the Australian hard rock band, Dead Letter Circus. They begin their new 10-song release with the steady pace of "Armour You Own," as the song's chorus continues to grow with intensity. Next, they deliver the perfect recipe for mainstream rock success with "The Real You," then keep the energy flowing with the shout-along chorus of "Running Out Of Time." The album continues with the raw, hard rock buzz of "Heartline," before slowing down for the political ballad "Ladders For Leaders." Dead Letter Circus wrap of their new album with the high, energy-fueled rocker "Say It Won't Be Long" and the powerful, mainstream anthem of "Home." To find out more about Dead Letter Circus and their new self-titled release, please visit deadlettercircus.com.
Then next month, in October, we get the Rise Records debut release from Briton rockers Black Peaks. Their new album "All That Divides" features nine hard hitting rock anthems, beginning with the intense attack of "Can't Sleep." The album continues with the high energy delivery of "The Midnight Sun" and the hardcore screams of "Electric Fires," which showcase the band's full potential. Black Peaks begin to display a more progressive rock side with the build-up of "Across The Great Divide" and "Slow Seas," before wrapping up their new album with the emotion fueled epic "Fate I & II." To find out more about Black Peaks and their latest release "All That Divides," please visit blackpeaks.com.