Oslo Ess will release their first ever acoustic album “#199 Live Akustisk Fra Rockefeller” on August 30th, recorded live from Rockefeller before Christmas last year.
It features songs from both latest albums, recorded live in an intimate atmosphere in the cold winter of Norway. The songs come to life in new form, with everything from partial to complete transformation from the original recordings.
– “We have had a huge demand from our fans for an acoustic album, but to go into the studio and fine-tune this is a little off for a punk band. Giving an acoustic gig however felt very achievable and we feel we have managed to recreate the atmosphere from the roof in the Old City.The album is a kind of celebration of the 200 concerts we played during 2012 and a tribute to our dedicated fans. “- says the singer Åsmund Lande
The title of the record “# 199 – LIVE ACOUSTIC FROM ROCKEFELLER” refers to the band’s past concerts in 2012 when they played their concerts numbers 199 and 200 in Norway within a year. Since their record release last year, the band did not rest but maintained on an extensive tour covering not only Norway but also Germany, Switzerland, Austria or Sweden.
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“Songs of Iron” from Northern Ireland melodic rockers TRUCKER DIABLO will be released May 14th through Ripple Music.
Heavy melodies firmly planted on a foundation of steamroller rock n’ roll aggression is the fuel behind the latest offering from Northern Ireland export, TRUCKER DIABLO. “Songs of Iron” picks up where the breakthrough hit album, The Devil Rhythm left off, blasting listeners with the sonic fury of modern heavy rock mixed with a road worn southern swagger. After releasing two viral videos (“Drink Beer, Destroy,” and “Voodoo“) taking the stage at Hard Rock Hell, Download, and opening for The Foo Fighters amongst others, TRUCKER DIABLO surged to new heights of popularity in 2012.
Now 2013 finds the band upon their international acclaim by cranking out another set of pile-driving melodic rockers. Songs of Iron, ups the ante on heaviness, crunching guitars and sing-along chorus, and is sure to please TRUCKER fans the world over, new and old.
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