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Superseed release first official music video for new single “My Time is Now”

Bristol UK based rockers Superseed have released their first official video and radio single for the song “My Time is Now”!

Watch the music video below.

The track is taken from their self-titled debut album, which will be released on February 8th, 2019, through ROAR! Rock of Angels Records.

Diamond Dogs announce comeback and new album “Recall Rock & Roll”

Reload, Rewind & Recall Rock n Roll - Swedish glam boogie blue-eyed soul rockers Diamond Dogs are back to set things straight!

After the loss of saxophone player and longtime band member Magic Gunnarsson (who died in a drowning accident 2014) Sulo and the rest of Diamond Dogs called it a day. They released the album “Quitters & Complainers” in 2015 and went on a farewell tour ending in Oviedo in October together with Iggy Pop.

Superseed to release self-titled debut album on February 8th 2019

Superseed announce the release date and tracklist of their self-titled debut album!

With a varied melting pot of rock influences proudly worn on their sleeves, Superseed manage to deliver an epic initial opus that will be released through ROAR - Rock of Angels Records physically and digitally worldwide on February 8th, 2019.

You can pre-order the album in Digipack CD or LTD. 2LP Orange Vinyl (300 copies Worldwide) here.

Imperial State Electric nominated for Swedish Grammy Award

Imperial State Electric have been nominated for a Swedish Grammy Award for their “Anywhere Loud” album which came out on Psychout Records/ Sound Pollution in February 2018 and crashed the Swedish national charts at Number 1 on release!

The band stated:
“We were stoked to hear our double live record "Anywhere Loud" was nominated Best Rock Album in the Swedish Grammis 2019! The award ceremony will be on February 7th. In the meantime, hope you all have a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year!”...
 

Imperial State Electric - Pop War

Many fans would have missed Nicke Andersson’s music, if he had also called it a day, after The Hellacopters break-up in 2008. Thankfully, Nicke remained active, leaving the thoughts of going solo aside and he started working with several musicians… on what it was about to become Imperial State Electric.