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Saw this posted over at another far inferior site.

 

Really like this band though.

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Sounds very nice. 

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New song from the band Denman. I thought their EP was pretty good. This track is off the upcoming album called Raw Deal which looks to have producer Michael Wagener involved again

 

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I really liked the EP a lot. News of a new album is very exciting. Okay new song... though not great, lol. I hope the rest is (a lot) better. 

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American hard rockers DENMAN just released their debut full-length album "Raw Deal". Founded by brothers Ben (Vocals, Guitars) and Dakota Denman (Guitars), the four-piece released an EP a couple years ago, and now it's time for a full disc of completely new material recorded with the help of legendary producer Beau Hill.

If you’re looking for a band which sounds exactly like the 1980s, then you will want to listen to Denman. There isn’t an American act out there right now that sounds more ’80s than Denman.


Tracklist:

01. Higher
02. Alive in Overdrive
03. Another Day
04. Call of the Wild
05. Nighttime Jungle
06. Dreams Stay Alive
07. Down Comes the Wall
08. Gunslinger
09. Pedal to the Metal
10. Prison City

Ben Denman - Vocals, Guitars
Dakota Denman - Guitars
Ted Karol - Drums
Robbie Crede - Bass

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Cool, I'll have to check this out. 

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I love these guys and look forward to getting their new release.  I've liked the samples that I heard so far.  For some reason, this is a band that I have really taken a likening to.  I love their sound.  It's nothing new but it kicks ass.

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I was actually really disappointed with this. Such an average album of poor hard rock and even poorer metal. Such a letdown after that really cool, authentic 80's commercial hard rock EP. The quality of songs has dropped immeasurably.  

These are my (weak) favourites of a bad bunch;

 

 

 

 

 

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    • Not bad. I hear the D2 Ted in this.
    • Agreed. Very disappointing. The few Dynazty type tracks are probably the best of the bunch but I am not really liking this disc at all. I want the debut band back pronto!
    • Sure does. What an insanely weak year.
    • The band has no identity either, which I'm surprised I care about so much. Feel like the current bunch will just vanish someday and we'll see new faces without a word mentioned!
    • Mine finally arrived today,over a week late along with new Art Nation...a few days early? This is pretty good,not amazing...but just sounds like Eclipse to me doing what they have done for a while,it will probably work its way into my top 10 somewhere or other,after repeated spins of course...but my goodness its a short disc runtime wise isn't it?
    • Jeepers...what happened to these guys,loved Revolution,wasnt  mad on Liberation but this a different kettle of fish,they sound like theyre tryin to be H.E.A.T at times and Dynazty at times without actually hitting it,also on this they have a few that remind me of Evanescence...   can safetly say I'll never listen to this again.
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    • This is not the same singer that appeared on the album, that was Henry Rundell. Daniel was the singer prior to the album and can be seen on the video for Time to escape (although you would barely recognise him compared to the new video).   I saw Dan last year perform with Ben Christo's side project, Shot Through The Heart, which is an 80s hair metal cover band. Was great seeing him back behind the microphone as I always slightly preferred his vocals to Henry's in Night By Night.   Glad to finally have him back. (and despite the different name, that bassist looks a lot like Johnny Thornton from Night By Night as well)  
    • Love that,his def lep influences are certainly coming through,dont hear the Perfect Plan comparison myself,think its more Danger Danger as he sounds a bit like Ted Poley on this to me...which is great,and a wee bit of Jagged Edge towards the end. Will now look forward to 24th JAN  
    • Here's a video I really enjoyed watching!  I'm sure some of you probably have seen it before, but I wanna share it anyway   [https://youtu.be/JONL0CwZXxY/url] (Btw this is a post I just copy-pasted from thepetrazone.net, but it's still my OP)  https://www.thepetrazone.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=57726&p=175868#p175868
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