Tuesday, January 30, 2018

New Hard Rock Releases From Pop Evil, Cavo, Turbowolf, For The Fallen Dreams And Jungle Rot

The hard rock band Pop Evil will be releasing their fifth studio album on February 16th through eOne Music. Their popularity has continued to grow since their debut ten years ago and they are ready to deliver their best album to date. They kick off their new album with the juggernaut attack of the album's lead single "Waking Lions," which has already cracked the "Top 10" Mainstream Rock chart. Their album is filled to the brim with hard rock anthems like "Colors Bleed" and "Art Of War" as Pop Evil will certainly get your adrenaline pumping. Pop Evil still know how to capture the mainstream with the hard rock theme "Be Legendary," before experimenting with the electronic beats of "Nothing But Thieves." They wrap up their new album with addictive chorus of "When We Were Young" and "Rewind," which should become gems on modern rock radio. Pop Evil will be hitting the road in February for a two-month tour of the U.S. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album, please visit popevil.com.

Arriving February 23rd through Pavement Entertainment is the return of Cavo with their brand-new studio album "Bridges." After a four-year hiatus, the band re-grouped and wrote over 50 songs to appear on their next release. They whittled that down to 12 and the music of Cavo continues to impress with this latest release. The album kicks off with the addictive, alternative, hard rock appeal of "Nights" as the band will win you over with this opening track. They keep the energy going with the modern rock groove of "Just Like We Want It" and the raw, grunge appeal of "She Don't Care." Cavo will find their way into your heart with the ballad "On Your Own," before returning with the arena rocker "Get Away" and "Weather Rolls." The album closes with the thunderous rhythm of "Straight To The Bottom" and the mainstream, alternative sound of "Take Me Home." To find out more about Cavo and their latest release "Bridges," please visit cavomusic.com.

Returning with their third album is the U.K. hard rock band Turbowolf. Their new release titled "The Free Life" arrives on March 9th and showcases a raw, punk-like attack as in the album's opening track "No No No." Turbowolf continues with the guitar buzz of "Capital X" and then switches gears for the more alternative, Jane's Addiction-feel of "Half Secret" as Turbowolf's music crosses many different musical genres. Their new 11-song release continues with the garage rock appeal of "Last Three Clues" and the aggressive punk attack of "Black Hole," before closing their new album with the acoustic strumming of "Concluder." To find out more about Turbowolf and their latest release "The Free Life," please visit turbowolf.co.uk.

The hardcore metal band For The Fallen Dreams are preparing to release their new album "Six" on February 16th, through Rise Records. After four years between albums, For The Fallen Dreams are ready to return to the limelight with their new 10-song release. They begin with the thunderous pounding of "Stone" and the screams of "The Undertow" as their music will simply takeover your speakers and put them to the test. The growls of "Forever" and the intense, attack of "Burning Season" will certainly get the adrenaline pumping, before For The Fallen Dreams wrap up their new album with head-banging rhythm of "Hypnosis" and the high octane of "The Storm." To find out more about For The Fallen Dreams and their latest release "Six," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/forthefallendreams.

Victory Records is preparing to reissue the long, out-of-print album "What Horrors Await" from American death metal band Jungle Rot. The album was originally released in 2009 on a limited basis and was quickly snatched up by fans. Now, the original album is being re-released on CD and vinyl and features the amazing cover art of Gyula Havancsak (who has created every Jungle Rot album cover since 2009). This release will also tide fans over until the arrival of Jungle Rot's tenth studio album arriving this spring on Victory Records. To find out more about this new re-issue from Jungle Rot and Victory Records, please visit victoryrecords.com/junglerot.

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