September 27, 2018
27. September 2018 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has Fresh Track Picks Real Rock And Roll Music Blog Edition September 27, 2018

September 27, 2018, and Real Rock And Roll have your fresh track picks!

September 27, 2018

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 Tracks by DIEMONDS, Tales of Autumn, and Black Foxxes!!

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by Maria Haskins

Canadian band Diemonds has just released a brand new kick-ass video for the track “Our Song”, taken from their new, self-titled album. It’s a spectacular album, full of heavy, rocking tunes and you can check it out right now in all the usual places, like Spotify and iTunes, online.

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TALES of AUTUMN – Worthless

by Maria Savva

I found out about Tales of Autumn on Twitter when a fellow rock music fan mentioned them to me. Thanks Dunc, aka @rockmonster999! Today’s track pick is “Worthless”, taken from their excellent album, “In Madness We Trust” (great title!).


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by Neil Schiller

So, funny story. I saw Black Foxxes had a new song out and listened to it without paying much attention to what it was called. And then sat there thinking ‘wow, this sounds so much like The Cure, they’ve let themselves be too heavily influenced there’. Except I’m a muppet… because it is The Cure. They’ve done a cover of ‘Lovesong’, obviously. It wasn’t until we got to the vocal that it dawned on me. What can I say? It was a long week.

This a really decent band by the way. Their latest record Reiði (Icelandic for ‘Rage’) was album of the week in Kerrang! magazine. Not that the band are Icelandic, they’re from Exeter. They have a lot of songs I could have picked for Track of the Day as I like them a lot. But this one had the edge as I’m also a massive fan of The Cure so it seemed like a two-in-one deal to me.


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