September 13, 2018, and Real Rock And Roll have your fresh track picks!
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Tracks by Monster Truck, Crimsons, and Average Sex!!
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MONSTER TRUCK – Thundertruck
There’s a brand new album coming soon from Canadian rockers Monster Truck (a review is coming soon from me), and holy cow, it’s an awesome release. “Thundertruck” is one of the kick-ass tracks taken from the new album “True Rockers” – set for release on September 14th from Dine Alone Records (Canada) and Mascot Records (Rest of World).
This track has everything Monster Truck: riffs galore, great vocals to get you moving, and those freaking awesome keyboards. Love it.
A tour is coming as well, and you can find all the gigs on Monster Truck’s website.
CRIMSONS – Headlights
by Maria Savva
I first heard of Crimsons last September when I caught them at the Head Above The Clouds charity gig at The Camden Assembly. They were amazing, and since then I’ve been looking out for any new music from them or news of any gigs, but they seemed to have disappeared as I was unable to see any activity on their social media. I was excited to find that they released a single last month, “Headlights”. It’s a brilliant track and an easy choice for my track this week.
Unfortunately, I’ve just found out that this will be the last song from Crimsons as they’re splitting up.
I’m hoping that the members of the band will continue in music in some way because I’ve enjoyed all of the music they’ve released.
You can get a copy of “Headlights” on iTunes.
If you like the song, check out their other music on
The band members will be announcing new projects in the next few months. Keep an eye on their social media for updates:
AVERAGE SEX – Ne M’oublie Pas
And let’s go this week with a track that switches effortlessly between English and French lyrics. Why not?
Average Sex are from London and are signed to Tim Burgess’ (of Charlatan’s fame) record label. I heard one of their early singles ‘Ice Cream’ earlier in the year and it almost made it onto Track of the Day for me back then. Glad I waited though because this is even better. It sounds very post-punk, new wave to me. But Summery too, if that isn’t some sort of a misnomer.
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