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The Krueggers release music video for new single “Freak Out”

Brazilian post-grunge alternative metal band The Krueggers have revealed a new music video and single for the song “Freak Out”.

This is the third video and single from their new full-length album entitled “Hysterical Cold Side and Dark Memories”, which will be released worldwide on January 10th, 2020, via Eclipse Records.

The video was directed by Tiago Pavarini. Watch the video for “Freak Out” below.

Dead Original

Always a pleasure meeting up with you guys. Thanks again for the opportunity to talk to us about everything that’s coming up, including the new album, “Bought and Sold”.
 
Paul: No problem man! Yeah some things with the album got pushed back. But we’re on track with it now.
 
 
Have you been signed to a label now, or are you going independent?
 

The Krueggers to release new studio album “Hysterical Cold Side and Dark Memories” on January 10th 2020

Brazilian post-grunge alternative metal band The Krueggers will release their new full-length album entitled “Hysterical Cold Side and Dark Memories” on January 10th, 2020, via Eclipse Records. The album was produced by The Krueggers and mixed by Diego Castro.
 

The Krueggers sign worldwide deal with Eclipse Records

Eclipse Records is thrilled to announce the signing of The Krueggers, a post-grunge band from Sao Paulo, Brazil to an exclusive worldwide deal. Formed by Randy Fiora and Rikke Galla in 2011, the band’s sound is heavily influenced by the great rock bands of that decade, and brings a new, modern sound to the global modern rock scene.

Spread Eagle - Subway to the Stars

Spread Eagle are an edgy streetwise band from NY (actually moved there). They signed on to MCA and released a couple of albums, but coming out at the tail end of the 80s and debuting in the 90s, meant that they got caught in the whole “grunge” craze and they took a break in 1995, after touring their second album, a break that extended over a decade with the band part reuniting in 2006 and remaining active since, but with only singer Ray West and bassist Rob De Luca, from the original line up.

Salt River Shakedown releases new single “Numb”

Dispatching slamming rock thrusts and engaging hooks with stout muscular riffs, Salt River Shakedown pool from the classic rock groove of Free and Deep Purple and the modern edge of Rival Sons and Audioslave to craft a sound that is unique and engulfing. The Scottish four-piece reveal their new EP, “Road to the Sacred Island”, on Friday 19th July, 2019.

King’s X enter the studio to record first new album in over a decade

Rock legends King’s X are thrilled to announce that they are entering the studio to record their highly-anticipated new album – the first to be released in over a decade – scheduled to drop this year via Australia’s leading international independent record label, Golden Robot Records. The label announced their global signing of King’s X in December.