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HighWay - IV


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Great first single featuring Jeff Scott Soto.

 

 

From highwayrocks.com:

 

HighWay...four guys who sold their souls to Rock'n'Roll to make you sing, dance and headbang!

The band comes from Montpellier (south of France), and was created in 2000 by brothers Ben and Romain Chambert (guitar and drums).

Taking from their influences of AC/DC, KISS, Whitesnake, Guns N' Roses and Aerosmith, the band delivers up the goods on four albums.

"Have a Beer!", their first E.P was released in 2002 after winning a national "Rock contest". A young, rough and wild first shot!"Goodbye Money", released in 2005, allowed "HighWay" the worldwide distribution of their two CDs by French label "Brennus Music Records".

"United States Of Rock 'N' Roll" was unleashed in 2011 with a new bass player, Sam Marshal, a real incarnation of Rock 'N' Roll.

This record was due to a very hard and long work, in wich ervey member of the band had put all of his energy, faith and passion.

It is also their first step to conquer the USA thanks to their new deal with Californian label "Demon Doll Records".

With now more than 300 gigs under their belt and having shared main European stages with bands like Michael Schenker Group, Jeff Scott Soto, Crucified Barbara, Nashville Pussy or Gotthard, France's Hard Rocking stars on the rise are highly motivated to make 2017 the year they welcome everyone to their United States Of Rock 'N' Roll!

Their fourth album, simply called "IV", will be released on Sept. 29th 2017 and it', by far, the most powerful and devastating of the crew!

The band worked with famous French sound-engineer Brett Caldas-Lima (known for his work for Ayeron, Devin Townsend, Megadeth...) to create a wall of sound and a real sonor identity. It's heavy, it's groovy, it's sexy and melodic...everything Rock Music is about!

Band:

Benjamin Folch (vocals)
Ben Chambert (guitars)
Romain Chambert (drums)
Sam Marshal (bass guitar)

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