Tuesday, January 9, 2018

SUBSTRATUM needs no Permission To Rock!!

When the clock strikes two, three and four
If the band slows down we'll yell for more.
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight
We're gonna rock, rock, rock, 'till broad daylight
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight.
---Bill Haley
Traditional heavy metal troop Substratum (Seattle) hit the ground running with a new album fated for January 23, 2018 and it is called Permission to Rock. But wait a minute friend, you don't have to get so mad that the date is still so far away because right now you can already hear two songs at the first link below. It's not the same as hearing the full album, but you know sometimes you have to take what you can get. Did you know that folks from Noisey declared about this band?:"Pound for pound the most tuneful and raucous old-school metal band in Seattle, Substratum are already a headlining local act and have been tapped for a slot on the Ragnarokkr metal fest—even though they've only got a single demo to their name. Vocalist Amy Lee Carlson established her crust punk bonafides on the folk punk touring circuit as both a solo artist and part of Leonhardt and Company with Chris Ruetledge of Antique Scream. Her voice lends the band a hard, streetwise edge, and musically, Substratum splits the difference between Accept and early Iron Maiden. Their songs hit hard, but never skimp on riffs and hooks. On guitar, Max Nazaryan and Jonny Haynes work as a lead-trading duo in the vein of Judas Priest's K.K. Downing and Glenn Tipton, whereas most other Washington bands use dedicated rhythm and lead guitarists."
Permission to Rock is:
1.Rough Rider
2.Cemetery of State
3.Locked and Loaded (You'll Never Live Again)
4.To Nothing, To None
5.Exxtremer (Permission to Rock)
6.Zero to Infinity
7.The Source of All Creation
8.Triangulum
9.Up on Wheels
substratum-seattle.bandcamp.com/releases
facebook.com/substratumseattle/

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