Arriving in early March is the new full-length album from the hardcore punk band, Svetlanas. Their new release titled "Disco Sucks" features ten tracks that get the adrenaline flowing right off the bat with the aggressive attack of "Jump." While most of the members of the band have a Russian background, the one American, Nick Oliveria (Queens Of The Stone Age) brings his guitar expertise to the Svetlanas underground punk sound. They speed up their music with the quick, two-minute blasts of "All I See Is Red" and "Spit On Your Mother's Face." Nick throws in some nice guitar work on "Karma Soldier," while singer Olga rallies the troops with the song's shout-along chorus. Svetlanas close out their new album with the high-powered attack of "Tear It Down" and the sonic rage of "Never Sleep Again." To find out more about the Svetlanas and their latest release "Disco Sucks," please visit facebook.com/svetlanas77.
Finally, from Germany comes the new three song EP from hard rockers Silent Agreement. Their new release titled "From The Amusement Park" comes bashing down your door with the pounding rhythm and shredding guitars of "Solid." The band pick the tempo up with the chugging metal riffs of "Dream World," before closing out their new short release with the raw, head-banging attack of "Judas," which only leaves you wanting more for this rising hard rock band. To find out even more from Silent Agreement and their latest release "From The Amusement Park," please visit facebook.com/officialsilentagreement.