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Junkyard Drive - Sin & Tonic


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The new album out 0n February 17th (MIGHTY Music).

 

 

From FB:

Junkyard Drive is the new Cock-Rocking Rock N' Roll act, influenced by legends like Guns N' Roses and AC/DC. With their head banging riffs, high pitched voice and tight ass rhythm, your ears will beg you to stop, but your heart will force you to rock.

They will release their debut album ''Sin & Tonic'', which reflects Rock N' Roll from the 80's, with a modern twist. The record is mixed and produced by Soren Andersen (Glenn Hughes, Dead Daisies, Electric Guitars), recorded live in Medley Studios in Copenhagen.

The vision of the album is to bring honesty back to the music industry, and get rid of X-Factor, Fashion Shows and DJ's. The lyrics refers to the society where people are watching concert through a smartphone, instead of using eyes, ears and brain.


Junkyard Drive have toured all over Denmark for the past two years, and have played in Latvia, Netherland and Germany as well. In October 2016, they toured USA and Mexico to perform songs from their debut album in Florida, Texas and Mexico City.
Junkyard Drive have supported Lizzy Devine (Veins of Jenna, The Cruel Intentions) and shared stage with legendary Primal Fear.

The attitude is in the main focus when they performs high energetic shows including: sweat, blood and beers. So if you are into straight honest Rock N’ Roll Junkyard Drive will ROCK your socks off!




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Tracks:

01. If You Wanna Rock Me
02. Bone Dry Jessie
03. Drama Queen
04. Natural High
05. Take It All
06. B.A.D
07. Danger Zone
08. Stone Cold Lady
09. Geordie
10. Slave To Technology



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What on earth is that song about? Possibly a decent band, but that seems like a shit track to start with... and I'm not sure about those vocals either. Could understand very few of those words...

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