New Music Friday – A Fistful of Rock

snippetIt’s Friday. And as we have been doing lately, we’ve decided to celebrate with some killer new hard rock that has just recently hit the streets. A few tracks from some big names and a few from some bands you probably need to get to know. Check them out and enjoy!





All of these tracks can also be heard on our new Spotify Playlist, “RARAs Crank It Loud” which is linked below.

  • Tesla, “Save That Goodness” – Yes sir, they are still making new music, and it sounds pretty damn good, highlighted by Jeff Keith’s gritty vocals.  This anthem is the new track on their recently released live album  Mechanical Resonance, Live!  The song was written and produced by Def Leppard’s Phil Collen.
  • Bad Seed Rising, “Fighting Gravity” – Fresh off of an eye-opening summer on the Vans Warped Tour this Baltimore quartet delivers artsy hard rock with sweet female fronted vocals on the first single from their soon to be released debut album.
  • Letters From the Fire. “Perfect Life” – Ferocious drums and riveting guitar riffs power this single featuring another up and coming female-fronted band, in a year that is quickly becoming the year of the woman in rock ‘n roll.
  • Highly Suspect, “My Name Is Human” – A filthy song, heavy fuzz, distortion and soaring vocals on a song that harkens back to early 90s hard rock. Good stuff from the Brooklyn trio and a sign of promise for their forthcoming album.
  • The Comfort, “Your Heart” – I love the guitar in this one, a nice contrast between clever hooks and heavy distortion.  The vocals drip with passion in a song about a total infatuation.  Good stuff  from this Brisbane duo.

 
And, check out some other killer new music we’ve dug up for your enjoyment here: RARA’s Fresh Crops
 

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Rock On!
Cretin





 

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