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From imperiumi.net:

Finlands own merry metallers, RECKLESS LOVE are carrying the torch of fun loving melodic hard rock and boy oh boy, they are doing it right. The band has been churning out insanely catchy anthems of wild parties, crazy nights and of course, girls girls girls for a better half of the decade now. There is simply no stopping this four piece.

Since day one, this brilliant quartet has been known for their shameless, colourful and high energy live performances which they have taken all over the world. Relentless touring in their home territory Finland, and also in the United Kingdom has helped them reach a steady following in both countries. In fact, the British fans showed their love in 2013 by raising their previous album "Spirit" on 11th place on the british rock charts. In Finland, their fans went a little further and made Reckless Love a gold selling artist.

March 11th marks the day Reckless Love will release their fourth studio album titled "InVader".
Pepe Reckless, the bands guitarist, describes the album as their boldest and most versatile so far. He also adds that this time the results didn't come easy and it really meant shedding some blood, sweat and beers.

The band says: "We took a break from extensive touring in order to focus all our time and energy in songwriting. We wanted to stretch our musical muscles and genre limits more than ever before and experimented outside the box of our comfort zone. This way we wrote the greatest batch of songs we’ve ever written. In the end we came back to the core of our joyous brand of rock n roll and the results are fresh and original."

Reckless Love truly has an extraordinary talent for intertwining completely different musical worlds together as one intriguing fresh sound. A perfect example of this can be heard in their latest single "Monster". An ode to modern kind of female figure, in all its glory and gor

Reckless Love will start their 2016 European/UK tour on 3rd of March from Bristol UK, with their fellow Finns Santa Cruz as their opening act, finishing off at Moscow Russia on 4th of April.

 

 

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Samples:

 

Destiny

 

Monster

 

We Are The Weekend

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Hope this is better than Spirit, that was a step backwards..

What may have been a step back was still better than most albums in the last two decades.

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It sounds like Reckless Love....me likey!

 

I hope that song they released a few months ago is on this release, that was a fun one.

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It sounds like Reckless Love....me likey!

 

I hope that song they released a few months ago is on this release, that was a fun one.

 

Did I miss something?

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Hope this is better than Spirit, that was a step backwards..

What may have been a step back was still better than most albums in the last two decades.

 

yeah, imo just slightly less excellent than the previous albums.

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It sounds like Reckless Love....me likey!

 

I hope that song they released a few months ago is on this release, that was a fun one.

 

Did I miss something?

 

 

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http://heavyharmonies.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=33786&p=719389

 

 

Oh, yeah. Completely forgot about that. Damn, I thought that was early 2015. Seems so long ago.

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From the samples and the first track Keep It Up All Night (which I'm happy to see will be on the release), this one looks to be the bands funnest album.

 

Each release has had some genuine killer tracks and some filler, let's hope this one with only 11 tracks is filler free.

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You can always sign me up for a new album from these guys. They're one of the best bands to come out in the last 20 years. These new clips don't sound like the best songs that they've done, but I'm sure that the whole songs will be more enjoyable in their entirety and that it'll be another good album.

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Not sure what to make of the lyrics either....are they praising fake boobs and ass?

 

The song is OK, not as good a lead off single as were Beautiful Bomb, Hot or Night On Fire. Still thinking the release as a whole will be another winner.

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Not sure what to make of the lyrics either....are they praising fake boobs and ass?

 

The song is OK, not as good a lead off single as were Beautiful Bomb, Hot or Night On Fire. Still thinking the release as a whole will be another winner.

Hope so!

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